That's all I need to know. I'm still sorting out the wheat from the chaff in this area. Ask me about good bbq pits and gas grills, I'll steer you to a great purchase. Firearms are my new hobby, so I'm still learning. I have several BBQ pits and make some great brisket, butts, and ribs. About 7 years ago I entered a local BBQ contest and won a 56" screen TV for first place. Still have the pit and the TV.For less than $10 more you'll get a magazine that will work. You'll find several posts on here from people who have tried promag to no success. That seems to apply for most guns actually.
Not to hijack this thread but you just don't find good brisket around my city...I traveled for cross-county for 6 years in the late 90?s and one thing for sure, I miss traveling through Texas and Oklahoma because I could always find some great brisket.I have several BBQ pits and make some great brisket,
While I agree with you.. this only applies to the 15 round mags......I agree about Mec-Gar being quality; however, the Walther P99 mag bodies have some ridges and such in them which seem to provide additional stiffness to the magazine, and the followers seems to move up and down more smoothly with less possibility of tilting than the S&W SW99 magazines.
Just an observation since I have several of both (in 9mm).
I would not buy promag as a general rule but I gotta say I picked 2 Promag AK clear mags for cheap and they have been flawless - seems to be the case with several folks on the various AK forums. I still use the Bulagarian mags mostly but the promags have yet to fail.Promag sucks
You've got a fairly decent amount, to be honest. The only thing I'd say you DON'T need is a 30rd mag. I'd purchase two more 15's or three more 10's before i'd ever buy a 30.How many mags are enough to have for one gun. I just bought my P99 which came with 2 10 round magazines. I bought 3 15 round magazines. I would like to find at least one 30 round magazine. Do I need more?