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dickmartin 07-12-2010 06:57

Sources for Inert Training magazines
 
Does anyone here know of sources for inert training magazines? I'm specifcally looking for one that fits a G21 and does not lock the action open when the slide is racked.

Sam Spade 07-12-2010 11:35

http://www.blueguns.com/products4.ph...&select2=GLOCK

But frankly, you'd probably be better off making your own.

Metzger22 07-12-2010 11:55

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Originally Posted by Sam Spade (Post 15625580)
http://www.blueguns.com/products4.ph...&select2=GLOCK

But frankly, you'd probably be better off making your own.

How do you make your own? I've seen some training magazines in Glock Store cataloge.

TknoGeek 07-12-2010 13:41

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Originally Posted by Metzger22 (Post 15625685)
How do you make your own?

Just a thought, but have you considered removing the spring and follower from a standard mag?

Tango191 07-12-2010 15:44

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Originally Posted by TknoGeek (Post 15626190)
Just a thought, but have you considered removing the spring and follower from a standard mag?

and spray painting it blue

matteblack 07-12-2010 17:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by TknoGeek (Post 15626190)
Just a thought, but have you considered removing the spring and follower from a standard mag?

Bingo, this is what you do if wish to have a training magazine that will not lock open the slide. The base plates need tape or glue to keep them in place however. Something that can keep them from popping off once they hit the deck during a speed reload drill for example.

MB

Mushinto 07-15-2010 18:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sam Spade (Post 15625580)
http://www.blueguns.com/products4.ph...&select2=GLOCK

But frankly, you'd probably be better off making your own.

I use his fakes for a 1911. Great product and company.

Using a modified real mag is a pain because without a follower, it sometimes catches on the mag well and may not have the weight to drop the same as a live mag.

HK Dan 07-16-2010 13:08

Streichers, Midway, and Brownells all sell dunny mags for most guns. They are Rings (the blue gun address above takes you to their site), but you'll save a few dollars at the above stores.

Don't expect a perfect fit, they rattle a bit. I wound up making dummy ammo and using "real" mags for practice.

FillYerHands 07-21-2010 10:52

I took a 10 round mag and took out the spring and follower, filled it with play-dough and fishing weights to get it to weigh the same as a full normal mag. Then I taped the base plate in place with blue painter's tape. It works for me.

I did one for my G21 and for my G17.

MTPD 07-22-2010 08:51

I thought all mags were "inert"?


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