I went to the bank tonight after hours with my carry weapon. I got home and 30 minutes later when I went to take it off I notice that it is a lot lighter. I am now on the verge of freaking out. I am a responsible gun owner never had problems. When I went back to the bank parking lot it wasn't there. Only good thing is that it is late at night and the 21 plus drinking crowd is using that parking lot so I don't have to worry about children finding it. I searched my car and all the chairs and couches I have sat in since. I am hoping it will turn up in my yard or driveway when it gets light in the morning. I called the police department in the city where the bank is asking if anyone had turned it in. It is just that pit feeling in the stomach knowing that it is somewhere with 14 rounds in it. I can't remember if I heard the plastic click when I seated the magazine earlier today. I think when I got into my car the magazine could have slid out of the end and got caught up in my shirt. When I got out of the car it could have fallen on the ground. Being a plastic Glock magazine I probably didn't even hear it fall. The police department said when I come in tomorrow to fill out a missing report it may be returned by then. They said unlike watches, cash and valuables gun magazines are usually dropped off at the police station. My lesson learned tonight always listen for that click and then try to pull the magazine out.