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Does anyone know a source for .40 S&W magazines? Nothing fancy - just 8rd. single stack. I have spent hours searching - I can find places that list the stock numbers from USA, Metalform, Meg-Gar, but no one has them in stock!

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Bryan Kamerer
 

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How about just calling Metalform direct.

Metalform Company, Inc.
555 John Downey Dr.
New Britain, CT 06051

1-800-618-3318
[email protected]
http://www.metalformmagazines.com/styles4.html

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Do you want blue or stainless magazines? At one time I was considering converting my Colt 9mm to .40 and bought 4 MecGar blue magazines when I happened to find them. Since then I've changed my mind and don't need them. They are new and still in the packages. If you're interested, I'll sell them to you for $12.00 a piece plus $5.00 shipping.

[This message has been edited by Paten (edited 07-26-2001).]
 

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Brownells has several brands. I have had good luck with Metalform. BTW the Metalform .45 mags fed .40 flawlessly in my Kimber. Their 10 mm mags work well also. The 10mm and .45 mags will hold 9 rds. of .40.
 

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Do you want blue or stainless magazines?them to you for $12.00 a piece plus $5.00 shipping.

E-mail me and we can discuss. Click on the e-mail icon on my original post (or this one, I think) and you can send me your email.

Thanks.
 
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