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Mag Ruger P85 9mm 30 Round Blued Steel Fits P89 and P93 and P-94 and P95

 
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P30-0035
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MAG-428
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High-capacity magazine
Mag Ruger P-85 9mm 30 Round Blued Steel, Fits P-89, P-93, P-94 and P-95 Aftermarket & NOT made by Ruger. Fits Ruger P-series 9mm auto guns. Sold as 30 round capacity, but may hold more than 30 rounds. Blued steel with plastic follower, baseplate. Magazine extends 3" below gun's grip. 
Total number of Reviews: 38

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5.0 5
"Mine actually holds 33 and functions flawlessly in my P95DC and in my buddies P95DCS.330 + rounds and counting."
5.0 5
"LOT OF FIRE POWER!! WORKS LIKE A FACTORY RUGER MAG OR MAYBE BETTER!!NO TROUBLE AT ALL."
5.0 5
"I own a Ruger P95, yesterday I unloaded 350 rounds out of it using this clip (33 rounds at a time). A little modification is required, when I first shot it the clip droped to the ground after approx. 4 shots. No big deal, I simply wraped some electrical tape around the 10 & 15 Mark and now it seats more properly, and never falls out agian. This is a great aftermarket part, works great, doesn't jam. I would reccomend this item to anyone, great buy, cant beat it."
2.0 5
"Great concept but the cartridge carrier gets jammed inside the magazine. I can load 15 rounds but after 15 cartriges jam in the magazine, even after properly aligning the rounds against the rear of the magazine. Doesen't provide a proper feed either. Thumbs Down!!"
4.0 5
"This mag will not cycle 115 gr. FMJ's. You must run the shorter hollow points or the flat nose rounds like UMC leadless. With the hollow points I can load 34 rounds and run them high speed with no problems. If you own one of these forget the FMJ's."
2.0 5
"This magazine needs to me modify a little to fit on my P-95You need to select the kind of ammo to use in this magazine.Monarch 115 GR from Academy do not fit god.Winchester 147 GR JHP fit perfect, because its a shorther bullet.None of this problems exist on the original 15Rds Magazines.Best Regards."
5.0 5
"I just bought 2 more of these mags. Mine hold 32 rounds, no feed problems on my dk95 w/fmj or hp."
1.0 5
"bought this item. shipping was fast but the mag does not function properly. after putting 3 rounds in the mag it jams and rounds get stuck in the mag. I do not recommend to anyone."
1.0 5
"Good luck getting these clips to even load more than 15 rounds much rather actually shoot more than 5 or 10. These make better trotline weights than they do 9mm clips. One word...JUNK."
4.0 5
"i got 1 .2 months ago frm here for my p89 buying more tonite .shot 30 rounds 4 times in one shooting worked very well . was very mpressed. every thing i have gotten here so far has been good products"
1.0 5
"Magazine jams before I even get 15 rounds loaded in it. Then it does not feed properly with more than 10 rounds in it. The follower is very sticky and alot of brown residue inside. These were a complete waste of money."
5.0 5
"I'm not sure what the other reviewers are doing wrong, but I have shot hundreds of rounds out of mine with no jamming, falling out, or any other problems. My only problem is I don't have more! Buy 'em before they are made illegal."
5.0 5
"I have a P89SS. At one point I figured I might as well try one of these, though my expectations were pretty low. I was thoroughly surprised, the first one I ordered was well built, fit snugly, and performed flawlessly. I then ordered several more, and now all four of mine have had hundreds of rounds through them without any real issues.The only, quite minor, problem I have run into is that after putting 32 rounds through the same magazine several times in a row the slide will lock open and one more round will be in the magazine.Try them for yourself, you won't be disappointed."
5.0 5
"i bought one several years ago. the only thing i had to do was clean it up and stretch the spring alittle. i've shot several hundred rounds from it with no problems!"
4.0 5
"I purchace 22 of these 30 rd mags at the end of May 09 and got them 7 days later I could not wait to try them out. I loaded them up and took them along with my Ruger PC9 carbine to and out door range,set up the target,insert the mag and cocked the bolt and let her rip with rapped fire,all 30 rounds fired great without jamming one mag after the other,all 22 mags worked great.I recomend these mags there are a great buy,thanks ceaper than dirt Ill be buying more of these great mags"
5.0 5
"i have purchased several of these over the years. this one is a some what different model than my others, but it functions just as smoothly. as soon as i opened the package i took the 30 round mag as well as the 2 15 round mags i ordered with it and stripped them apart and buffed the well with a dremel. put them back together loaded them , went out back and fired 3 full from each. no malfunctions jams or errors. thanks CTD"
5.0 5
"These are very nice fitting magazines for p-89. They Drop free when the mag release is pushed!! They are semi-blued steel but that doesn't effect the function."
4.0 5
"I put the clip in and was excited.It had a great fit and feel. I love it. But i wish having this clip made my ammo cheaper, but thats not the case."
1.0 5
"I'm astonished at how quickly this mag got from Texas to Georgia to my dumpster. Very poor worksmanship. There was a crack that extended from the top to the bottom of the back of the magazine, straight down the middle. The 'blueing' looked more like spray-paint, & the fit was horrendous in my P95. Absolutely terrible. The mag would simply fall out if I tilted the weapon downward. I'd give it 0/5 if I could. Glad I only flushed a few on it. Cut & dry : Do yourself a favor & buy a better quality product."
4.0 5
"Well, I got it, looks like it was old military surplus construction, tried fitting my regular 9mm ammo in, didn't fit, so I had a box of slightly shorter 9mm, and some hollow points, they fit just fine, and i can put in 35+ rounds!!! Tight spring, decent metal work. On my P93DC you need to put it in and back to get it to lock into place, so like put it in and pull the mag towards you. Cant beat the price, you get what you pay for. Im going to buy another..."
1.0 5
"Just purchased,had loading issues at home. Got to the pistol range and this magazine jams,misfeeds,and fits very loosely.Enjoy CTD ,but this is a bad product,gonna try the pro-mag version,a friend says it will fit my p-95."
5.0 5
"I bought this at the store via the catalog desk for my Ruger P85-MkII. I didn't even think of trying it until:1. Compared it to a factory 15 round magazine- YES, it is not a perfect match to the factory mag. With 5 minutes of my time & a pair of jeweler\uFFFDs pliers I had it VERY close in alignment of the top fingers & proper spacing of the same. The factory magazine loader is a great go/no-go gauge.2. Disassembly & cleaning of the Magazine/- This magazine is heavily coated with cosmolene (tacky tannish goop used for preventing metal from corroding. The ole Breakfree Cleaner/Lube got things cleaned up nicely.3. Exercising the spring.After assembly, I sprayed a generous coating of breakfree into the magazine & cycled the spring about 5 times. I then loaded & unloaded 30 rounds 4 times before inserting the magazine in my P85 (It clicked the first time and stayed!) and manually cycling the 30 rounds through the gun. Not an issue. And the magazine dropped straight to the carpet without hesitation.After leaving it loaded for a week I went out to the land and fired 120 rounds through this magazine with out a hitch. And yes, I lost count one time and fit 32 rounds into this mag.This was a great find for lest than $13 and a little bit of time/effort. I'll be stopping by again this weekend to grab one or two more. What a hoot ripping off 30 rounds without reloading."
5.0 5
"I bought this clip last week. It arrived in two days and it fits my Ruger p95 perfectly. It looks bad ass! I\uFFFDm itching to take it to the range this weekend! If you don\uFFFDt have one you need one."
5.0 5
"This fits my S&W 5903 great and works flawlessly."
4.0 5
"Bought this item for my P-95DC and so far it works great. Feeds rounds nice and fits in the gun great. Only problem has been that the clip didn't want to stay in the gun. So after locating a small screw driver i bent out the top of the retainer hole and bam problem solved. Now it's working great in every way imaginable. would recommend."
4.0 5
"Some of these mags may need to be tweaked to fit better. If they do not fit well they WILL NOT feed well..! Make sure the latch holds it snugly. You may have to bend metal a bit to get a good square fit. Mine fit & feed absolutely perfectly but some are loose.Also make sure the inside is clean! Wash out all preservative & lightly grease along follower path. Do not store any magazine with rounds in it, especially extended mags, or the spring will prematurely weaken.My mag holds 32 rounds & has a nice durable matte finish. It has count numbers along the side but NO holes past 15 to count the rounds through..?.? I have to say, the pistol looks awkward with so much magazine sticking out & I only bought the 30 rd in case they revived the ban on large mags. But the bottom line: It holds 32 rds, Fits & releases as well as my factory mags, & Functions as well as OE mags. Biggest drawback - hard to fully load. Easier with a LULA but the spring gets STIFF at 30 rds... Honestly I feel 2-15 rds is a better option especially to carry, though would cost twice as much.. These are more like TOYS than spare magazines"
4.0 5
"Great Value fit my P-95 almost perfect. All you need to do is to bend the retainer hole with small screwdriver. This will prevent the mag from falling off. Get one while they are still available. This is great fire power."
5.0 5
"I just purchased of of these clips and they fit my P89 perfectly and look to be very good quality. I did not have to make any adjustments to them. I took the clips apart to clean them before using them but did not need to be cleaned. I am able to fit 34 rounds into both clips and they run through my gun with no problem at all."
5.0 5
"Bought 2 of these a while ago for my Ruger P95 DC, and I'll be buying more when I can. The 2 I got worked right out of the plastic, no modification to the mag release hole or cleaning needed. (Maybe I got lucky) I did however have to modify the round count holes a bit. Nothing a ruler, drill bit, etching dremel and nail polish didn't fix, now I have reads from 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, and 33 (Yes mine could squeeze 33 in, no feeding issues, but man my thumbs hurt.) I'm using an old AK mag belt pouch that's the perfect height for them, can hold about 12-16 of these. I'd imagine it'd be a bit heavy on my belt, but 400-500 rounds in arms reach, why not?"
4.0 5
"I bought this because it was cheap 1st and 2nd because it was high capacity. This is the cheapest mag out there for the Ruger P series. I cleaned it up with some oil, spring seemed a bit stiffer than normal. Loaded up 34 9mm FMJ rounds, 35 would not allow the mag to stay in the gun. I didn't have to do anything to it. It ejected all 34 rounds without a problem, I have not shot it yet. I just ejected the rounds out of the gun without a problem, and I don't think I will have a problem shooting it. Hey it is big, feels a bit cheap not as high quality as the factory Ruger mags. A good buy."
1.0 5
"I purchased 2 of these mags to use in my ruger p95. Big mistake! First of all the bullets would wedge between the front and the back of the mag after loading about 5 and wouldn't allow the spring and follower to push them towards the top of the mag. Finally after explicit language and hours i got them to load. Went out to shoot. Both mags felt loose in the handle, lone behold the bastards fell out upon firing! All in all, big mistake, they're in the burn pit, buying the promag."
1.0 5
"Bought this mad 6 months ago and right off the bat i had to bend the piece that engages the gun out or else the clip would fall after the first round. All was well and i put about 100 round through it. Now the thing jams after putting about 3 rounds in it. Moral of this story spend the extra 20 bucks and get the clip with the lifetime warranty."
5.0 5
"Works Awesome, no jams, no problems, works perfect with the kp95 speed loader. I couldn't possibly ask for it to do anything else."
5.0 5
"A nice mag. You can not beat the price, no jams, and excellent construction. It fits like stock except for the 6 inches of iron hanging out!"
5.0 5
"Got it in a week, fast, no problems or failures, great with my Ruger P-85!"
3.0 5
"The first time I used this magazine it fell out of the gun after 4 rounds. I slapped it back in, thinking that maybe I hadn't seated it all the way the first time, but after a couple more shots it fell out again. I had to hold the magazine in to finish emptying it. Later, I put it back in the gun while it was empty and it caught fine, but after cycling the slide by hand several times it just fell out again. I have made some minor adjustments to the magazine in hopes of solving this problem; it seems to stay in fine now, but I have to take it to the range for a functional check."
5.0 5
"I must say I love these mags, perfect, tight fit, feed well also. Held 32 rounds, I'm shooting a P95DC."
4.0 5
"I had no problems with this mag.My mag holds 35 rounds. Its a good mag for a great price"