Magpul Magazines

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jonyrotten

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i'm used to paying more than that for anything else in 30 rd, cheapest thing i've ever got was around $14
 

Schultz

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That's the cheapest I've seen, Last deal i saw on Magpul mags was around $14.50.
 

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I went to the gun show in Charlotte this weekend and say the20 round magpulls. They were $10 each and 2 for $18, best price.
I was not really looking at the 30's but theywere all over the place.

I found a Fobus holster designed to fit my Keltec P3AT. it was $32. I almost bought it. the guy opened the package and put my Keltec in the holster and we almost had to stand on it to get the gun back out of it. the package says it has an adjustment screw, but I was not comfortable with the experience.

Probably should have bouthg it.

I was mostly looking for somethin for the Glock 27, though.


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jonyrotten

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Pops said:
the package says it has an adjustment screw
the screw was probably torqued down much too tightly. if you'd have backed off the screw, you could adjust it exactly where you want it. i've got my 101 in that type of fobus for when it rains. i think those with the screw are called evolution.

one word of caution, when you buy any fobus, be sure the holster is actually designed for your gun. he may have been just forcing it into something it wasn't made for.
 

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That is what it sounds like to me, a cram job.
I have several Fobus holsters and they work well.
You do have to draw them like you mean it though.

Pops next time you are in the low country you can try my P3AT Fobus holster and see what you think.
 

jonyrotten

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Frost said:
You do have to draw them like you mean it though.
you are definitely correct there, it requires a solid inline draw. that's the fobus retention feature, if you don't draw it directly and forcefully, you can't get it out. it can't be worked out at an angle from the back or front without a fight. in other words, as we used to say, that's not a bug, it's a feature :D

i have a lot of them, as well as many without an adjustment screw. i love them, they are not on a par with super high dollar leather, but they are not meant to be. i use them for high humidity environments, and for quick and dirty carry. and they work like a dream for what i expect of them.
 
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