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Posted: 9/10/2005 8:08:22 PM EDT
Hello all.

I decided to demo a couple of Glocks today at my range. One was chambered in .45GAP and the other .357 Sig.

I was very impressed with both, however both magazines were nearly impossible to load.

Both were 10-rounders and I practically had to beat the rounds into them after about 6 rounds.

I'm really thinking of buying one of these someday, but not if the mags are that hard to handle.

Is this normal? Do they "break-in" after a while? Was I missing something?

Thanks all.
Link Posted: 9/10/2005 9:16:58 PM EDT
The mags will break in. To a certain extent.

I've always avoided buying anything larger than 9mm. Cheaper ammo allows me to shoot more often.
I dumped my .40 S&W Glock and now only own 9mm.

Either way, buying a Glock is a good thing.

HS1

Link Posted: 9/10/2005 10:07:43 PM EDT
thier mag loaders will help w/ loading the mags and saving the thumbs

they all eventually break in....
Link Posted: 9/10/2005 10:42:19 PM EDT

Originally Posted By ALPHAGHOST:
thier mag loaders will help w/ loading the mags and saving the thumbs

they all eventually break in....



Its also kind of a 10 round mag thing, My G21 10 round mags can be a pain to load. My high capacity mags load like a dream except for the last round.
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