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Old 01-24-2012, 04:05 PM   #41
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No I havnt been there I am a real man, I served in the Army.......lol and did a job only a man is capable of doing....... Infantry. Thats funny because its true, anyone can join the navy or be a marine, you want to prove your a man......join the infantry.
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Old 01-24-2012, 04:38 PM   #42
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[QUOTE=Chandler51;685058]You DO understand that you're talking about the firearms equivalent of say...the "back street boys" doing a remake of "sweet home Alabama"?
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I just saw this thread - and this post.
All I can say (being from Alabama) is hahahahahahahaha
This made me laugh out loud (or LOL).
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Old 01-24-2012, 04:40 PM   #43
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Ha...yeah, that's how it was intended...
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Old 01-26-2012, 12:53 PM   #44
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Promag did make a drum but there not in production anymore they are a big piece jams alot u can find them on gunbroker.com
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Old 03-18-2012, 03:07 AM   #45
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Well I finally bought my drum mag and it is made by Promag but I did run into a problem.........

I have since sold my Kimber and purchased a Sig 1911 that I have been tweaking to my liking. One of the such tweaks was I added an extended magwell which the way the drum was designed does not allow the drum to lock into place.

So I was stuck with a drum that I couldn't use unless I removed the magwell extention every time I shot it or modify the base of the magazine on the drum to work with the magwell which I didn't want to cut away at it or take it apart and see if the magazine ( 8rd portion) could be replaced with an extended 10rd which would give it the clearance needed for the magwell extension.

So that's what I did, kind of. I thought since I have a a 10rd extended mag for my Sig 220X6 and since this is my range pistol it would serve me better to make it work for it so that's what I did. It started off life as a 25rd 1911 drum mag but after some brainstorming tweaking and modification it is now a 30 rd Sig 220 drum and as far as I know it the first so without further delay here are the picks.



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Now it has not been to the range yet but it loads and unloads as it is supose to so what do you guys think?
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