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National Magazines Inc Taurus PT-92 Magazine 9mm Luger 30 Rounds Steel Matte Black Finish P300051

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National Magazines offers quality aftermarket magazines for many popular firearms. This particular magazine is designed to fit Taurus PT-92 style pistols and similar pattern variants. This magazine is made from durable steel and features a nice matte black finish. National Magazines Inc. has a long history of building quality magazines to fit within the shooting enthusiasts budget.

Specifications and Features:
National Magazine Inc. P300051
9mm Luger
30 Round Capacity
Steel Construction
Matte Black Finish

Taurus PT-92 or similar pattern variants

Total number of Reviews: 10

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1.0 5
"This clip would not hold more than 8 rounds and when inserted into the pistol, it would not eject. It scratched the inside of the magazine holder. Neat to look at but I would highly recommend NOT to buy this product."
4.0 5
"I have this for my Taurus PT98 and I like it because if I wanna just lay into something and cut the heck out of it then you have plenty of ammo on store. It's heavy but it's a fun change to the gun. I recommend. Haven't had a problem with it and have shot hundreds of shells through it."
5.0 5
"I've had one of these for years. Shot 100's of rounds thru it in my Taurus PT 92. Never had a problem. I used it when I was qualifying for my concealed carry. When the instructor saw it, he said, 'where'd you get that?' Never saw one before. Would definitely recommend. You can keep shooting & shooting & shooting & ..."
1.0 5
"UNFORTUNATLY this is my very first bad review. I just received these today and im gunna try to return them today. Upon taking them out, I realized the texture is ruff and feels like it scrathes the hell outta the mag well. I tried to load it but couldn't load more than 6 rounds. I took it apart to oil it up thinking that would help. NOPE!!!! The mag follower GOT STUCK INSIDE THE CLIP AFTER 5 ROUNDS!!!!. I have a mag loader that makes it real easy to load other clips, I CANT LOAD MORE THAN 6 ROUNDS WITHOUT EVERYTHING GETTING STUCK AND THE BULLETS FELL OUT!!. DO NOT BUY THIS. I buy my 30s from gun shows and no problems with those. these arent worth a dollar!!!!"
4.0 5
"Bought 2 of these for my Taurus PT-92 Loaded one up and tried it out, worked perfect. All 30 rounds fired. Loading it gets quit hard after about 20 rounds, would recommend it if you want a lot of fire power. Get them while they last"
5.0 5
"I bought this mag thinking that the shock value alone would be worth the price, what a steal! It was pretty hard to load more than 26 or so rounds, but every mag I've seen has a stiff spring right out of the box. The spring got stuck once, but I broke it down and unjammed it without scratching the mag that much. For the price though you really can't knock em."
2.0 5
"These clips work good with Winchester ammo, using Tulammo they suck, binds up after 5-6 bullets and fall out. Those are the only types of ammo I have put through them."
5.0 5
"I started by buying 4 of these for my Taurus 92fs.. Got em, and loaded them no flaws. So I ordered 5 more. 4 of them actually held 32 rounds. For the price, you can't go wrong. Get all of them you can. I want 6 or 7 more, can't wait until they're back in stock!"
5.0 5
"i ordered 2 , as suggested i made sure they loaded properly first and they did, so i shoot them both stop n start and then as fast as i could pull the trigger,,, nom problems at all even with the cheap tull ammo no problems at all with either.... very happy"
5.0 5
"I was very sceptical about this product being that a 20 round magazine from a local big box retailer and would have my Taurus PT99 jam up on me after the first 50 rounds. I put 500 rounds down range and only had 3 instances of the round not doing a complete feed. The great thing about this is due to the exstended spring size in this product all I had to do is bump the bottom of the magazine like you would bump a foward assist on a AR and I was back in action in less than a second!"