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ProMag, Browning Hi-Power Magazine 13 Rounds, 9mm Luger, Blued, Steel

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These magazines were designed for professional shooters and law enforcement personnel whose lives depend on a perfect shot every time. Expertly machined for exceptional quality and guaranteed to feed and function for every shot. All magazines come with a lifetime guarantee. Shoot away into realibility with Promag.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: BRO-A2
Caliber: 9mm Luger
Capacity: 13 Rounds
Material: Steel
Finish: Blued

Browning Hi-Power


Item#: MAG-189
Total number of Reviews: 6

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5.0 5
"I bought two of these a while ago and both work great no problems at all I am ready to buy more."
5.0 5
"These mags kick butt! they load very well,feed good, and eject good. Thanks to Promag and thank you CTD. Russ"
5.0 5
"With ProMag`s lifetime warranty, you cant go wrong."
5.0 5
"Purchased two of these magazines. I carry on duty as a back up weapon. Been L.E.O for 24 years. I recently purchased a new Browning hi power mark 3. These magazines work flawlessly. The freely drop when released and have cycled/fed everything I put through it. I will be purchasing more in near future. I hhighly recommend these magazines."
5.0 5
"I carry my hi-power as a backup weapon and off duty. I recently purchased two of these magazines. They work flawlessly. I fed it several types of ammunition and it cycled everything. My hi-power is a new one, the mark 3. These magazines dropped freely for rapid magazine changes. Why spend more for the Browning magazines. These pro mags are excellent."
4.0 5
"I bought three of these mags for my Hi-Power. Two worked fine but the third one had issues. The follower hung up at the top. I had to take it apart and remove some material from the follower in order to make the mag hold open the slide on the last shot. Seems to be ok now but on a new mag I shouldn't have to work on it. New had this issue with Browning mags."