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Anybody know how hard it would be to convert a sig 226 9MM mag or beretta 92 mag to work in a P-99? To me it looks like you just need to cut a magazine catch in the Beretta or sig mag and it would work.
 

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Not likely. It's hard enough to get an aftermarket "P99" magazine to work correctly.
 

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Quote[/b] (MLB @ Jan. 22 2006,21:42)]Not likely. It's hard enough to get an aftermarket "P99" magazine to work correctly.
Very true my brother....F#$K pro-mag...Damn things never slide lock..
 

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I have seen somewhere where someone did convert som Beretta mags by dremeling a new notch. He said they worked fine, but I believe that they didn't fit flush. I can't remember where I read about it though.
 

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that sounds right,I tried a beretta mag and it seemed like all it would need is a notch put in it for the mag release. It did stick out a little bit.but not much. I am going to have a friend who's a machineist put a notch in the beretta mag. If it works it would be great because Beretta mags are very cheap and easy to get
 
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