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Mag Identification

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by steve4102, Jan 9, 2010.


  1. steve4102

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    I had my DW CBOB rebuilt awhile ago and the Smith installed this Mag. I would like to purchase a few more, if I knew what it was. Can you guys help me identify this mag? Thanks.
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  2. MD357

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  3. steve4102

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    Perfect, thanks. BTW, is this a good one or do you recommend something else for my 10MM?
     
  4. MD357

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    Tripp research or Wilson. Both make excellent mags IMHO.
     
  5. Jason D

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    Metalform are damn good magazines.
    I would rather have them, over Wilson or CMC magazines.
     
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    I believe that Metal Form built mags for Colt including 10mm mags. If there is a small "M" stamped on the base plate. Here is a pic -- upper left corner "M".
     
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    Correct.