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ProMag 1911 Extended Magazine, .45 ACP, 15 Rounds, Blued Steel

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ProMag's extended 15 round magazine for full-sized 1911s is the best way to get the most bang out of your 1911. This magazine is constructed from strong, heat-treated steel and uses a follower spring wound from chrome-silicon wire that maintains its tension over time. This extended magazine will let you continue to have fun without having to switch magazines every seven rounds like with a traditional 1911 magazine.

Features and Specifications:
Caliber: .45 ACP
Capacity: 15 Rounds
Body Material: Heat-Treated Blued Steel
Extended Magazine Tube
Spring: Chrome-Silicon Wire
Base Plate: Polymer, Removable

Fits: Full Size 1911 Government/Commander Models And Similar Pattern Clones

Item#: 77683
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"I just purchased this magazine 11/11/11. I did have to use a dremel to shave off some of the side of the clip for the bullets to eject without much force than use a file to smooth out the edges!! Just got back from the range 11/15/11 & This mag worked FLAWLESSLY!!!!! Fmjs Or Horandy Critical home defense rounds NO Stove pipes,misfeed,jamming NOTHING I am a 24year old took maybe 1 hour to do. iI'm no gunsmith but if you have a chip mccormick power mag just go off that pattern for your dremel or drill motor with remming attachment but be careful you don't take to much off!!!FYI I have a Kimber Warrior .45 Acp LOVE THIS MAG...AFTER I WORKED MY MAGIC LOL."
2.0 5
"Got this for a Taurus 1911, and on its first run, we decided to nick name it the jam-o-matic. Constant failure to feed. It needs to have some tweaking to feed correctly. As suggested in the other review, you'll need to dremel it a little bit. I haven't had time to modify it yet, so this may work yet. The problem is that the feed lips don't appear to be \"letting go\" correctly. Based on looks though, not much looks more ridiculous than this mag hanging out of your 1911."
2.0 5
"I've had problems with the bullets feeding into the gun. I have a pair for Ruger SR 1911's both fire anything I've ever put in them bullet wise, but theses clips don't work when they're filled with 15 rounds. Take a couple bullets out they seem to work OK then, but they don't work the way they should. Dissapointed me a lot for pro mag's. I can't figure out what the other guy shaved down to make them work. I tried multiple things nothing worked for me I'm calling Pro Mag."