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ProMag, S&W Shield Magazine 10 Rounds, 9mm Luger, Blued, Steel

 
ProMag
SMI 28
708279012051
MAG-428-161
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$15.97
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A 10-round magazine for the Smith & Wesson Shield in 9mm. Constructed from heat-treated blued-steel, components molded from our proprietary TECHNAPOLYMER and our anti-fatigue spring, so you can keep the magazine loaded and ready for up to six years without concern. Our magazines are made in Phoenix, Arizona.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: SMI-28
Caliber: 9mm Luger
Capacity: 10 Rounds
Material: Steel
Finish: Blued

Fits:
S&W Shield 9mm Luger Platforms

 

Item#: MAG-428-161
Total number of Reviews: 12

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5.0 5
"Purchased 4 of these mags for my shield. I had to cut away some of the plastic off so they would go into the pistol easier (won't have to slam them into the gun to seat) I just finished shooting all 4 and they worked great no complaint. I hope they come out with one for my 40 shield."
2.0 5
"Don't waste your money. I thought it was worth trying to gain 2 more rounds on a spare mag. The spacer was a little too big causing some seating issues, which I could overlook. But I had failures on every single mag with this. The follower catches and the last 3-5 rounds have no spring tension unless you remove the mag and tap it."
5.0 5
"Works great. No issues."
1.0 5
"I received today & ran to the range. I ordered/received two 10 rd mags. The 1st mag kicked the out of the gun 1x out of 20 rnds fired and I thought I accidentally pushed the release button. I switched to the 2nd mag, it was terrible. Every shot kicked the mag out of the gun when fired. Looking at the sheet metal btween the holes the catch seats in I see that it is indented along the length of the mag between the holes due to bad forming process. The S&W mags are totally flat in this area?"
1.0 5
"This is the second time that I have ordered magazines from pro mag. Very disappointed ordered two of these and neither of them worked properly in my Smith & Wesson Shield M&P 9 mm."
4.0 5
"Works great for my shield. Everything is works great fires great. Ran over 200 rounds in that may and not one fail the only thing that stinks about it it gets really really hard to load after 8 rounds but other wise it's great :)"
5.0 5
"I purchased 2 and I did not expect them to work after reading the reviews. They work perfectly every time I have shot with them at the range after 500 rounds, I purchased 2 32 round magazines for full size S & W M/P. Both of them work perfectly also. The lesson I have learned is maybe some of the reviews are not truthful. Try them for your self."
4.0 5
"I bought one of these despite reading a bunch of bad reviews about them. I had to sand a little of the material off of the extension piece to get the magazine to seat in the gun better. After I did that I shot 200 rounds through it and didn't have a single problem. I just ordered another one."
1.0 5
"would not recommend. just purchased it, does not fit so i sanded it down like every1 was saying, now it fits, but bullets getting stuck"
5.0 5
"Came in withing 3 days of ordering it, very quick to get here. Could have made the plastic piece a little shorter so the clip would fit perfectly without having to hit it in hard but still fits. Ill be ordering more 2 isn't enough. Overall perfect review couldn't have asked for a better product for the money, great deal."
1.0 5
"Bought 2 and both have failed after about 100 rounds each. I will only buy Smith and Wesson made mags. Very disappointed."
1.0 5
"I ordered 2 of these. I tried loading one of these Mags and could only load 9 rounds. I unloaded the mag to make sure I didn't miscount and the follower got stuck. I tapped the mag to release the follower and tried to reload the mag at which point the follower got stuck in the body of the mag again. I can not trust a mag that does not function properly out of the box."