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At $650 my wallet would have friction burns from pulling it out so fast. Nice score!



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I'm currently sitting on 3, GD good price

Best I could do was 875.





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Once I realized what it was it did take a bit of effort to not act a little giddy when I went back to get it. Wasn't planning on another 10mm after selling my Glock 20 but it would have been foolish to pass on it.

Need to do some reading up and take an afternoon to dial it in as it was hitting about 10" high shooting at 20 and 40 yards.
 
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Reading about the 10mm mags being a Litte different than the .45s to prevent FTFs, are the current mags the same as the very early production mags? Mine hasn’t been out of the safe for quite some time. When I did shoot it more regularly FTFs we’re not uncommon. I know that some ammo was worse than others but now I’m wondering if there has been an improvement to the mags.



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Reading about the 10mm mags being a Litte different than the .45s to prevent FTFs, are the current mags the same as the very early production mags? Mine hasn’t been out of the safe for quite some time. When I did shoot it more regularly FTFs we’re not uncommon. I know that some ammo was worse than others but now I’m wondering if there has been an improvement to the mags.


Yes, the 10mm magazines supposedly got a slight change near the feed lip which made it load easier around the magazine catch and in some cases I read that the magazine fed more reliably.

I don’t know if this was a design change or if some simply made it out of production without the intended dimple.

In my current stash, 21 mags have the dimple, 8 do not. Though I haven’t had any issues with any mags I’ve used.






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Here is another view of the magazine improvement. The early 10mm mags did not have that "indentation", and exhibited some difficulty seating them. They tended to sort of snag on the magazine catch, but a hard slam would seat them fine. The indentation allows them to ease past the magazine catch, and makes seating the mag very smooth.
 
The P-220 .45 mags have had this feature forever, making me wonder why it was not incorporated into the 10mm mags from the git-go.
 



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