JR, A while back I discovered that the 13 round magazines I use in my G32 (all of which are marked .40) have had a couple of problems. Not only do the round count indicators not match the number of loaded rounds in 3 of the 4 magazines, but all 4 of them were capable of being loaded to 14 rounds of .357SIG. Thinking that I had a case of weakened springs (the magazines are all used and came with the gun, so I have no idea for the age of most of them), I ordered new magazine springs. I just installed the replacement springs - and the problems persist. Three of the four magazines are standard (IE: no LEO markings) mags, the fourth is a LEO-marked Clinton ban era 13 rounder. This LEO-marked magazine is the only one of the four that actually displays the correct round count in the indicator holes. The other three always indicate one round LESS than what is in the magazine. All four can be loaded to 14 rounds (I keep them at 13, however). Any ideas about what could be causing this? Is it somehow related to the fact theyre marked as .40? These magazines also were giving me some issues with not locking the slide back on empty, so I am hoping that the new magazine springs have at least fixed this issue.