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betyourlife 12-23-2009 18:19

How are the Korean GLOCK mags holding up?
 
Checking up on this again. Inquirying minds want to know...

robin303 12-23-2009 18:28

I have 20 15 rnd KCI's and never had a problem.

TheRogue 12-23-2009 19:24

The KCI G17 & G19 mags are still working great.
The KHAN 33rd. magazines are holding up too...

I just got the 31 rd. .40 S&W "Victory" brand magazine, so haven't yet had a chance to try it.

robertwh 12-23-2009 21:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by robin303 (Post 14403003)
I have 20 15 rnd KCI's and never had a problem.

That is quite an endorsement. I have one... I will hopefully get to try it tomorrow...:cool:

cole 12-23-2009 21:37

My 6,000+ round review.

Glock 17L 12-23-2009 21:38

I too have thought about getting some of the Korean 33rd 9mm magazines..
Quite a bitt cheaper than the OE G18 magazines..
I'll have to give them a try..
Gary

CTM_357 12-23-2009 22:38

all of mine are great

raw6464 12-24-2009 07:01

Ditto on the no problems... KCI 17 rounders. Their "finish" is not as good as Glocks but doesn't affect the functionality. I got 2 mags with a free dual mag carriers for $28 from www.widners.com

HighwayStarPP 12-24-2009 07:25

i would totally choose the victory over the scherer, i have both the 30+ rd mags in 40sw, and my victory has had 1FTF vs the scherers 8+ FTF. :steamed:

Glock 17L 12-24-2009 08:26

Centerfire Systems in Kentucky has the Korean Magazines at great prices
here's the Link.. http://www.centerfiresystems.com/glock_mags.aspx
My Buddy was there yesterday & bought a Dragonov @ a Killer Price..
Wish I would have known, I would have had him pick me up some of these magazines
Gary

Richard Simmons 12-24-2009 10:36

My Kahn G17 and G18 mags (drop free) all function flawlessly. Even accidently dropped a loaded 33rd mag from waist high onto a hardwood floor. Nothing happened. No damage, no cartridges spraying out the top, no floorplate popping off, nothing.

KS_Pyro 12-24-2009 11:08

Copes has them for $11.99 each right now. Just got 4 in. Haven't had a chance to take them out of the wrappers yet though.


Dave

Peter95 12-24-2009 11:31

i dont have one, but i have only heard good stuff about them.

greatwun 12-24-2009 12:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by Peter95 (Post 14407146)
i dont have one, but i have only heard good stuff about them.

same here

frankt 12-24-2009 19:50

I have four KCI G19 mags that I have been using at the range in both the 19 and a G26.

I have never had any problems at all with them and I am doing drills that cause them to get dropped in the gravel and dirt.

I honestly can't tell them apart from the Glock mags and I believe I payed $9 bucks apiece for them.

Gallium 01-02-2010 16:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by raw6464 (Post 14405687)
Ditto on the no problems... KCI 17 rounders. Their "finish" is not as good as Glocks but doesn't affect the functionality. I got 2 mags with a free dual mag carriers for $28 from www.widners.com

Your profile says you are in NY. Are you LE?


'Drew
:cool:

crzn01 01-02-2010 19:55

Bought 3 40 S&W 31 rd mags from Centerfire & have had no problems so far.......

Super G23 01-02-2010 20:12

Good for practice but not for critical situation.

onelowtruck69 01-02-2010 20:18

I have a 33rnd mag thats worked great,one day it did cause one failure to feed in maybe 500 rounds. It was the last of several mags i fired back to back as fast as i possibly could just to see what she could do! well worth the $20 bucks.gunna grab a couple 15 rounders next chance out.

arclight610 01-02-2010 21:35

Korean made is definatly not the same as Chinese made, that's for sure. I only have one KCI mag. I haven't had a chance to use it yet, but it feeds fine and I can't tell the factory from it from a distance.


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