"Good enough" in terms of function is not the only issue for civilian carry. It is widely believed that use of aftermarket parts and modifications other than, say night sights -- no matter how functionally practical they may be -- can be manipulated by opposing legal counsel to weaken legal defense in the hopefully unlikely event that armed self-defense results in the self-defender facing legal charges. Hence best to stick with OEM mags for carry.Seems they are good enough for the military! I carry my G26 with their Pmag12. Never had an issue with them.
I’d rather use that, then a +2 extension
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Certainly, the fact that OEM vs non-OEM *could* matter in a legal proceeding is precisely the point, and I raised it for mags because it was not a part of the thread up to that point. Why should CCW holders "pre-stack" the deck against themselves in the event that hopefully never-to-happen incident does actually occur?Your argument has merit, but I chose to digress. Opposing legal counsel will do everything and anything in order to weaken your case and throw some doubt into a Jury's mind. The fact that you may have changed out a connector, or a trigger or polished some internals will not matter if its a bad shoot. In a good shoot, all of the aforesaid is defensible with the right expert(s) providing supporting testimony...