ProMag Replacement Pistol Magazines
After reading the negative reviews I decided to try them anyway because I just could not find any factory Mags. I took the advise of another reviewer and cleaned them off, filled them and put them away for a month. When I finally used them they worked flawlessly in my Ruger P-95 with whatever ammo I put in them, cheap steel case or expensive brass, just wish Bass pro still sold them for my gun
November 25, 2013
Not Worth The Money
When you compare Pro Mag magazines to the genuine article; there is an obvious quality difference. They function most of the time, but that is hardly what someone is looking for in a pistol mag. At the range, it's annoying enough to have failures to feed; but in a real and death situation, would you want a magazine that works sometimes? I took a chance buying these, and I'm sorry for it now.
August 15, 2011
Tested with Winchester 9mm Nato, Ultra max, and Herters. All fed well. Onely Herters misfed on first mag that was preloaded with 10 rounds and let set for 2 days. After that, all were 10/10 in a Browning Hi-Power mag. Repeated several times with each mag and each ammo type as well as O.E. mags. No problems. You do have 30 days to return if necessary. The springs are strong in this mag.
August 1, 2010
I purchased a magazine for my Browning Hi Power 9mm. The magazine was too tight of a fit for the magazine well. It took too much effort to shove the magazine in and it had to be plied out with my fingernails. I never even attempted to fire with this magazine since it was a poor fit. It will be returned tomorrow.
January 22, 2013