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Mec-Gar SIG Sauer P226 10 Round Magazine 9mm Blued

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Mec-Gar have been designing and manufacturing high quality affordable magazines since 1965. As a family owned business they have been able to maintain control of the manufacturing process keeping cost down. Since they own their own stamping facility and tool shop they have successfully entrenched themselves as one stop shopping center. Unlike other manufacturers Mec-Gar is 100% dedicated to manufacturing firearm magazines only. With this dedication to perfecting magazines they are worthy of your next magazine purchase.

The world's finest magazines deliver superior quality that manufacturers and professional shooters demand. State-of-the-art technical design, stamping, and tooling make Mec-Gar mags the number one choice of military and law enforcement agencies. Superior performance is guaranteed by the continuous improvements, 35 years of experience allow these mags to continuously feed and function flawlessly. Made in Italy.

Specifications and features:
Heat-treated housing
Polymer follower and floorplate
Music wire spring
Corrosion resistant

Item#: 48178
Total number of Reviews: 2

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4.0 5
"Just got my p226 and had some feed problems using these. The p226 was used but never shot (go figure) so it could be breaking in or user problems. First feed problem was when I let my girl try it out and she is not firm on the trigger. I cleared the problem and rapid fired the rounds down range. Hmmm...Same thing happened to someone else a few minutes later and again I emptied it rapid fire down range with no problem. THEN it happened to me. Kind of strange... Over all these are okay but I'll hold final judgement because I have nothing to compare it to for now."
4.0 5
"The are good mags for your P226. I have had no feed issues with hundreds of rounds down range. I have only used FMJ ammo, of the less costly names of UMC, Eagle, and Wolf. I have no issues with these mags."