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CZ 26 round mag?

Discussion in 'CZ Club' started by Diesel McBadass, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. Diesel McBadass

    Diesel McBadass Tactically Epic

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    These reliable, any good? Think it would be fun but their pricy, a factory mag so must be decent but want to hear your experiences.
     

  2. clarkstoncz

    clarkstoncz

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    Works like a charm.

    CZ-USA sent me two of them when they were fresh into the states.

    I've not used mine very much but, Even my RAMI runs fine.
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    Gave my other 26er to a good friend, who has nver had a problem.

    I only load 24 or 25 though.

    The new Nickle plated mags are stellar as well.

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    KEV
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  3. B.Reid

    B.Reid

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    Will they drop free when empty on slide lock?
     
  4. clarkstoncz

    clarkstoncz

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    Yes, mine acts like a higher capacity 75B mag.

    Kinds of reminds me when I worked housing authority.

    Other officers would tease me when they seen that I didn't carry
    a double mag pouch up front for my issued 92F.

    They took notice when I pulled out the extended Beretta magazine from behind my back.

    My current CZ 26 rounder resides in my go bag these days.

    As for the Nickle plated mags, It's a good thing you asked.

    They have sticky extraction in my RAMI P but not in my RAMI or P-01.


    No doubt they would feed well, just be harder to extract.

    I usually rip my mags out when possible though.

    Your experience may vary I guess I learned a new thing today.
     
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2011