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Spare G43 Mag and Flush Mag Base

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Looking for the best place/price to pick up one flush fit mag. I also want to replace the extended mag base with a flush fit. If I can't find the mag base I guess I will just buy another flush fit mag. Any suggestions? TIA!
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Well after much google-fu no one has mag parts for 43's, not even Glock. Couple of good deals on ebay for multiple mag purchases with the lowest single being 27.99 + 2.00 s&h. Oh well guess it will take a few months. Thanks for the replies.
 

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yeah I was about to say, I knew there was some one on ebay selling the 43 flat base delivered for 28.
That's not too bad considering the newness, and if when you do find them retail locally it will be 30 + tax...that's 33 bucks all day in my parts.
 

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$21.95 each for G43 flush mags
$29.95 each for G43 with extension mags

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I checked there when you mentioned them. $7.99 shipping for 1 mag to my location. $29.94 total.
OIC. They have a store close by me so I just pay sales tax. Still, if you buy 2 or more, you are ahead of the cheapest eBay price.
 

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Are any of these mags the 01 version that corrects the sticking issues? I would guess those aren't out to retailers yet.
The earlier ones I bought from GT Distributors did NOT have the 01 under the 33388 mark (now replaced by GLOCK). The last time I was at my local GT Distributor store, the G43 mags are now marked 01 under 33388.
 
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