I've had nothing but good luck with MecGar magazines.do you have experience with mecgar or any others malfunctioning?
That seems to be the thought from what I am finding out, seem like a good product, I wouldn't hesitate to order them in the future. The Mecgar actually offered slightly higher capacity than the Beretta, its 12 and I could get either 13 or 15 in the Mecgar, but for the sale price I figured I'd be best to stay with the Beretta mags, who knows maybe they are Mecgar, I haven't been able to find that info out for fact yet.I've had nothing but good luck with MecGar magazines.
the history of the M9 service pistol is where it comes from. ive had a love hate with em for years. ive got lots of trigger time on beretta 92's prolly close to as much as i do with 1911's. berettas choke when they get too hot but it takes a lot of constant shooting to do that more than you can reasonably do at one time. need about 20+ mags non stop to get it hot enough. dunno if the current m9a1 will though im not going to abuse my personal gun like that to find out.My 92 came with a cheap aftermarket magazine when I bought it (gun was used). That mag had about an 85% reliability rate. I picked up some used factory mags at my earliest convenience, and have never had another feed failure in thousands and thousands of rounds fired.
I don't really understand the hate that beretta's get sometimes, for me they are accurate, easy to shoot, and super reliable. What else do you need in a firearm?
Yep, I've got 2 Beretta mags on order with the sale they have on now, I also noticed many decent used deals on the auction sites, if I decide to pick up more that's where I'm gonna look.Check out the Beretta forum. From what I've read, even the Mecgars are a crap shoot. I have had a ProMag, stay away from them! Their reputation is junk. I would go with Beretta 1st, used Beretta 2nd, and Mecgar 3rd. There are always people in the Beretta forum wanting to sell used mags.