Best Deal on mags currently?

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  1. EAdams

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    Who has the current best deals on Glock mags?
     
  2. Milezenji

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    I'd watch gun broker. You find some great stuff for cheap sometimes if you keep your eyes open. I recently purchased a Jarvis G21 barrel for 169.00, shipping included (happened to be from a LWD auction). Regarding magazines, I just won a G21 13 rd (for $20, shipping incl.) and a G36 mag (for $15, shipping incl.) from someone.

    Hard to beat some of the deals to be had...
     

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    www.cdnninvestments.com is usually pretty competitive. They also have used and Korean mags, so you can pick up a couple cheapos for the range, etc.



    Otherwise, you know, teh interwebz has teh google.... :supergrin:

    "buy glock <model number> magazine OEM" works pretty well.
     
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    KCI Korean real bad??? Get oem only? Noticed that the CDNN site has real cheap Chinese military mags... Bad idea?
     
  5. Milezenji

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    My G17 jams occasionally with KCI mags. Never had any problems with OEM. I also had to take a razor and shave excess plastic off the inside of the mag on a few of them. I won't buy anymore. Just my experience...
     
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    For OEM, CDNN has some good prices.

    For the Korean, check Cheaper than Dirt. 2 for $10.
     
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    Botach has them for $22, 10% off when you use coupon code "stimulus" and then free shipping over $100 today and tomorrow.
     
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    Sorry, wrong forum.
     
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    Has anyone bought any of the used Glock LE mags offered by several suppliers. Just wondering how beat up they are and if it's worth picking some up since they are OEM clips.
     
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    show up and shoot the GSSF match in NC this weekend

    Ed's will have great prices
     
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    I bought 4 sets of KCI (Korean) 9mm mags from Cheaper-than-Dirt. They were $9.95 for 2 mags AND a double nylon belt pouch. $5/mag is not bad.
    Not sure I'd bet my life on them yet; but have tested all of them on the range and they work fine. Time will tell.
    Tried some KCI's from another vendor at $10/each (maybe they were older versions) and about half of them were a little tight ejecting.
    The new KCI's are fully metal lined and don't seem to have the problems the older versions were said to have on many internet posts.
    T still feel better with genuine Glock mags - $30 each BUT I KNOW they work - every time.

    Anyone reading *** I'm curious about KCI's 40cal mags; anyone tried them.***
     
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    Don't plan on using Korean mags for serious use. It's not worth the risk.

    natchezss.com has some OEM Glock mags pretty cheap. Not all though.
     
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    5 for $105 shipped is the everyday price at Ed's.

    Weagle
     
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    I've bought a batch (10 in both cases) of used LE mags from AIM Surplus, and a different batch from CDNN.

    CDNN was cheaper by $3 per mag.

    Most of the mags from AIM had (I assume) initials and badge numbers in paint marker on them. It will scrub off, but that takes a decent bit of effort.

    I checked every mag to see if they dropped without me having to pull them. 9 out of 10 from AIM dropped with no issues. 7 out of 10 from CDNN dropped without issue, so functionally, AIM wins by a small margin.

    All of the above was specifically with used G22 mags being advertised by both sources as used or LE trade ins.

    Both purchases were within the last 60 days.
     
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    Thanks for the link!