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    Post1911 GLOCK magazines

    Who has a deal on GLOCK 22 mags these days?

    I ordered a new GEN 2, 40 CAL KEL-TEC SUB 2000.

    Uses the same mags as my GLOCK 23.

    Need to pick up a couple cases of .40 CAL ammo while the prices are better too.
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    MUSIBIKE I am not familiar with the mags or what they go for but just spotted this one. Hope it helps.

    Factory GLOCK 22 15-Round Magazine .40S&W
    "Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781


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    Their on sale with the vendor right here.

    Glock Gen 4 Glock 22, 35 .40 S&W 15-Round Factory Magazine
    "Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781


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    CDNN Sports, in Abilene Texas usually has factory Glock mags for $19.95 (new hi-cap). May be worth looking. They have quick shipping too.

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    CDNN is where I got my 22lr conversion and spare mags for the AR. Good prices and good service. Been a customer for years. Rarely say the words but two thumbs up on them. Ouch that almost hurt! CMMG is the unit.
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    I wonder if them 31 round Korean mags would work well in the SUB 2000?

    But, I want to count on a sure thing rather than a cheap HI CAP alternate.
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    I've been told the Korean mags need a little tweaking to be a hundred percent but I've never had a glock so I never delved into it.

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    Them KOREAN mags seem a little too cheap.

    Might be best to stick with the GLOCK ones instead.
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    I've used the Korean Glock mags. I stay with the factory Glock mags for competition, but I did buy 10 of the Korean mags just out of curiosity when mags were hard to get. I had trouble getting more than about 11 or 12 rounds in the 17 round magazines - but they always worked fine for me when I was practicing. JMHO

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