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This is a discussion on Korean glock mags within the Autoloaders forums, part of the Armory category; anybody have any experience with Korean Glock mags. They are super cheap, so cheap that it seems they may not be any good?...


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Old January 8th, 2014, 04:19 AM   #1
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Korean glock mags

anybody have any experience with Korean Glock mags. They are super cheap, so cheap that it seems they may not be any good?
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Old January 8th, 2014, 04:55 AM   #2
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No where near the repeatable manufacture quality of real mags... just like pro-mag M&P mags. You may get lucky and get a good one, but you're just as likely to get an unreliable crappy one. Buy 3... 1-2 will be serviceable!

Don't depend on them to save your life. For the range, why not?

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Old January 8th, 2014, 05:05 AM   #3
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that's what i was thinking just range use, but didn't just want to buy crap even if its super cheap. i found them for 9$ but if they don't work the're not worth that even just for the range

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Old January 8th, 2014, 08:26 AM   #4
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that's what i was thinking just range use, but didn't just want to buy crap even if its super cheap. i found them for 9$ but if they don't work the're not worth that even just for the range

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I bought 3 for my Glock 19 several years ago. Two worked perfectly and the third's only problem was not locking the slide back after the last round all the time. They work more than well enough for range use.
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I have a few of the G19 mags and a few of the 32 round mags just for the range. The KCI brand sold through CDNN seems to be better than the other Asian brands out there.
The springs seem to be a bit weaker than Factory Glock mags, but for the range, they do just fine.
If they're going to be carry mags... Don't skimp.

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I think that that there have been reports of the bases cracking when dropped on hard ground..
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I stay away from Korean magazines in general. I use genuine Glock magazines. I'll save money somewhere else. As far as Korean AK-47 magazines, same deal. A very knowledgeable AK guy once told me never to buy AK mags from a country that doesn't produce the weapon. So I stick with Romanian and Bulgarian AK-47 magazines.
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