I don't think that would be an issue.Nice! I haven't found a good way to mark them that works for me. Leaning towards using a gold sharpie on the narrow side of the mag the faces the back of the weapon. Just using Roman numerals and my last name or initials. Do you think that would be an issue?
Just realized this got moved, and to a much more appropriate place I might add. Thanks to the person who moved this. I'm still getting used to the forum, lol.I don't think that would be an issue.
Remind me to come behind you at the range!Ummmm...sorry...but I have NO CLUE about what you guys are talking about. If I find a mag that doesn't work, it gets tossed in the garbage pail at the range. WHY are you marking these mags? Are you firing blanks in them or what???????
Remind me to never have you as backup in a firefight. I don't want ANYONE farting around with possibly bad magazines that I am depending on to shoot when it's time to shoot.Remind me to come behind you at the range!
Marking them is helpful in finding the issue if there is a malfunction. Not all failures are caused by the magazine
Could be ammo related. Could be a grip problem. Could be a problem with the firearm.
Marking the mags offers more insight as to when and why a failure may be occurring.
LOL...who was it...balance...who couldn't understand why people are still using wheelguns. He needs to be shown this thread.Deputy, That is because you are now living in the twenties.
Oh well, I just use plastic Ziplocks to keep mags of different calibers seperated.chill out, grumpy.
some of us mark our mags because we have more than one caliber of the same platform.
Any semi auto can be limp wristed.