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Discussion in 'P-3AT' started by rkflorey, Mar 27, 2010.
Does anyone out there have any experience with these. Found them at a local gun show, $20
Almost everyone thinks the promags are a turd. I have one for a P32 - it runs the same as the original mag. ymmv.
i have 2 for my sig p6, they run, but do not lock the gun open....
i have 2 for my g26, they SUCK!
I had them for my beretta, I had to send the beretta back to the factory to get the mag removed.....
they work in my hi points ok.
YMMV. take your chances
+1 I also have had good luck with one Promag in my P32.
I bought one at a gun show a couple of months back. Unfortunately, last time to the range, I forgot to take it along so I have not tested it. FWIW, they also make a 15 rounder. Once I test the 10 rd version, if it works, I'll grab a 15 rounder at the next show. I'd never carry either one but if they work, they'd make good range mags.
TX, is there any chance you could post a pic of the 10 round mag in your P3? Or maybe compared to a factory mag?
I was just going to ask this myself. I would love to see some pics please.
Sure thing. They are pretty darn long and come with the finger extension on them.
Promag 10 rd in the gun.
Promag 10 rd next to KT 6 rd.
The 15 rounders are really long, probably pushing a foot.
Wow! Too long. Didn't expect that.
Like I said earlier, it would mostly only be useful as a range mag, assuming it works.
Thanks for the pics.
Dang, that key board is dirty. Ah well, it is 10 years old. :-[
I bought a couple for my G-19 before the ban expired; a total POS; one is still in the pouch, I was going to sell it on ebay (yeah, I know, but there are ways around it) but I felt I might put somebody in a bad situation, so they are in the drawer. I use one as a stripper.
It is true that promag does not enjoy a great reputation. The gun community is repleat with tales of POS promags. At the same time, you will find that promags for some guns apparently work quite well. I have yet to see a report on these P3AT mags but promag does make P32 mags and the few reports I have seen on them have all been good, IIRC.
Thanks for the pics TX, I think I'll be looking for one at the next gun show. I could maybe see using it as a back up mag when carrying my P3, if it's reliable.
Like I posted earlier, I have a Promag for my P32 and it's been 100% for several years.