Brent Chambers said:All the above magazines sure will work in your Springfield.
FWIW, from an IDPA perspective the standard 9 round magazines are the way to go- 9+1 gives you a nice even number to work with.
I bought a Target II in 9mm and it wouldn't work until I pulled all the internal firing pin safety crap out of it. It runs fine now.Joe D said:Go with the Kimber. Everyone I have talked to that has one loves it.
Order the mags from the orange sheet that comes with the gun, you wont find them cheaper anywhere else. You can order basepads for them from brownells and other places if you want basepads.hkfooey said:Dumb questions - I just bought the SA 1911 Service 9 mm, would all the above mentioned magazines works in it?
What do the mags run if ordered from SA? Brownell's has stainless ones for something like $17.00 each.MrChicken said:Order the mags from the orange sheet that comes with the gun, you wont find them cheaper anywhere else. You can order basepads for them from brownells and other places if you want basepads.
Sorry abut that. I guess you don't get Brownell's LEO/dealer discount.MrChicken said:$15.00.
The ones that I see at brownells are $35.57.
The few examples of Springfield's 9mm I have seen have been nice pistols.WESHOOT2 said:I just picked up a used SA P19134L (because I didn't want to chase brass at matches, yet I wanted a 1911 platform).
Bought THIS ONE because it was a great performer for prior owner.
Brought it home yesterday, stripped it into every littlest piece; nice gun.
Gonna 'tweak' it some, but nice.
Or, nice enough (paid $625 with eight mags) :rock: