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Posted: 12/29/2002 7:12:35 PM EST
I go pick up my first Glock next Monday.Its a Second Gen Glock 17.Paid 375.00 with one HiCap and no acc.I know factory Glock HiCaps are high so whats my options on other HiCaps?Who makes good after market mags for them?Ill get atleast one more Glock Mag for carry purpose but would like to find some range mags for it.Any Suggestions?Thanks,45B10
Link Posted: 12/29/2002 7:20:04 PM EST


Either go to: www.cdnninvestments.com or look at gun stores/shows. I wouldn't buy anything but Glock mags.
Link Posted: 12/29/2002 7:50:03 PM EST
Buy Factory Mags!

Nothing else will do, and believe me I tried.

Drop free mags are the most expensive - which is why most of mine are non-drop free. This means that a loaded mag will tend to stay in the magwell when the mag release button is pressed. An empty mag will fall out on it's own. These were actually the original design and were made to prevent accidental removal of the mag.

If you look around and are patient you can usually find NDFs for around $50.00 a piece. DFs run closer to $100.
Link Posted: 12/29/2002 8:00:04 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/29/2002 8:00:45 PM EST by Aimless]
Link Posted: 12/30/2002 11:28:36 AM EST
As stated above, use only Glock factory magazines. Aftermarket Glock mags are junk just like they are for AR-15's.

Hint: www.ivanhoeoutlet.com has pre-ban NFML Glock 17 mags for under $55 (free shipping) right now. I've gotten stuff from them before and they are a reputable on-line dealer. Functionally, NFML mags work just as well as FML mags, although I have both types.

For range mags, post-ban 10 rounders are fine. Enjoy your Glock 17, that's a fine weapon.
Link Posted: 12/30/2002 12:14:50 PM EST
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