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School me on 9mm 1911 magazines

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Bret, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. Bret

    Bret Crimping Master

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    I have a 9mm Kimber Stainless Pro Carry II with aluminum frame on the way. I'm told it only comes with one magazine (that's cheap in my opinion), so I'll need to get a couple more. I'd prefer stainless magazines, but that's not a must have. For those who have 1911 9mm's, which magazines have you found to be most reliable?
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  2. Quack

    Quack Rent this space

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    I use Wilson ETM's (10rds) and Springfield/Metalform (9rds) mags. no problems with either. both are stainless.
     
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  3. WellArmedSheep

    WellArmedSheep NRA Member

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    I've used some borrowed Tripp Research magazines and some of my own and all have worked flawlessly in my STI Trojan in 9mm.
     
  4. cdunn

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    whatever you get,first remove your slide and insert a loaded mag. and make sure it isn't going to cream your ejector like mine did in my kimber(that I don't own anymore) with anything but kimber mags. good luck
     
  5. beretta-neo

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    Tripp makes the best 9mm mags in my opinion. I have 4 of them, and will only buy that brand for 9mm 1911s
     
  6. 21 shooter

    21 shooter

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    I have some of the 10 rd. Tripp mags and for a few thousand rounds they have worked flawlessly. That is what I will purchase when I get some more to add to the collection. And the are used in a Springfield if that makes any difference.
     
  7. Bret

    Bret Crimping Master

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    What about the followers? I've heard that metal followers can damage aluminum frames.
     
  8. WellArmedSheep

    WellArmedSheep NRA Member

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    The follower shouldn't be contacting any part of the frame.
     
  9. The Check-Mate mags have the type of follower that cannot move forward to ding the frame.
     
  10. Cobra64

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  11. Wade-19

    Wade-19

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    Not a problem, because the Pro Carry has a ramped barrel. I have a 9mm Target II and had a 9mm Pro Carry. I have used Wilson, Metalform, and the factory Kimber mags. All of them have worked just fine.
     
  12. cyberiad

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    I have 6 Tripp 10 round 9mm magazines and all have been flawless in my Kimber. I have also used the Springfield/Metalform magazines with no "issues" but when I buy more magazines it will be from Tripp.
     
  13. Cobra64

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    Joe, did you get my email regarding the GGI class in May?
     
  14. cyberiad

    cyberiad

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    I did, yes. I sent you a reply a few minutes ago. Thanks for keeping me in mind.
     
  15. GLShooter

    GLShooter

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    I'm a dinosaur. I got 10 Colt mags in 9MM and 10 in 38 Super and run them in my 9 MM 1911. No issues after several years.

    Greg
     
  16. doc540

    doc540

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    as stated previously: Virgil Tripp, Texican
     
  17. hrt4me

    hrt4me Millennium Member

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    Do you have any issues with the .38 Super magazines in your 9x19mm 1911 pistol?

    I use Wilson Combat ETM 10-rd magazines in my stainless 9x19mm Springfield 1911A1 Loaded.
     
  18. GLShooter

    GLShooter

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    It seems to run pretty well with them. I use 124/125 gr RN bullets. I might see an issue if I were shooting the short 90 grain screamers.

    Greg