Mine Pro CDP looks almost the same after roughly 1200 rounds through it, but with more wear on the rails.Sniper said:Here's a pic of the damage caused by McCormick style followers. This is mild compared to others I've seen. Thanks to the dump truck full o' sand drivin' game master for letting me take pics of his CDP.
In this case the answer is yes. In other cases depening on how the magazine follower is adjusted the upper, or both leaves can impact the frame. When the upper leaf impacts the frame it can be high enough to score the feed ramp. There are also magazines with metal followers that have a step arrangement to activate the slide stop, these can also impact the frame either below the ramp or on the ramp. I have seen ramp scoring that did not look all that bad that actually was rough enough to prevent FMJ ammo from feeding.ontarget said:Is that from the lower "leaf" of the follower (the part that engages the slide stop) shifting forward?
Hiya Skunkie!Skunkabilly said:So is the 8rd mag that comes with the Kimber Tacticals the McCormick?
Wilson mags require a different spring and follwer replacement set than all the other mags on the market.MadDog said:Has anyone tried to put a Wilson plastic follower in a CMC Shooting Star or Power Mag? If so how did you get the Wilson follwer into the mag body? My wilson followers have to be removed from the bottom by taking the base plate off. All of my CMC mags have welded base pads and you get the follower out by angling them forward and then out past the feed lips.
The follower in our spring kit is a polymer follower. There is one spring kit that should fit both of the magazine types that you have, it is the #19. If you have 8 round magazines this is not the case as there is one set-up for our magazine and a different one for the other brands.
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