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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Righteous2U, Jul 23, 2011.
Wheres the best place to get them from? Looking for the best deal on G22 factory mags.
Just do a search. Google works wonders...
yea just no good deals to be found
It's funny how that works. You will find a great deal as soon as you've already purchased what you were looking for. Happens to me all the time.
The best place I know of for G22 mags is CDNN.
I agree with M14sRock. I got some factory G22 mags from CDNN a few weeks ago for $21.99 ea. They weren't Gen4, if that matters.
what was price of shipping on the mags from there if i might ask.
CDNN always used to do a flat rate $9.95 for shipping. Not sure about now.
And keep an eye on their site, as they regularly have used PoPo trade in Glock mags for as little as $8.99. The used G22 mags I've gotten from them have been like new condition.
I believe shipping usually is $9.99 like M14 said, however I hit a special and shipping for my five mags was $5.99. That's probably over now...
Wow, $8.99 is a great deal for used mags!
Yeah, that was a score. I bought "a lot" of those. And all had been upgraded with new springs, followers and floorplates.
Here ya go. Just push on the link.
MidwayUSA has mags for $22 for G22. Their shipping is resonable
got it at academy sports for 24
look on slickguns and find all sorts of deals , cdnn , centerfire systems , do they have to be stock mags, I mean theres plenty of the asian hicap mags out there for cheap , Ive never had a problem with any of them, but that me I guess!
Midway when they have a sale.
Botach--they have a bad rep on the net---but I've ordered Glock mags for cheap from them--I got what I ordered an in a timely manor---so decide for yourself.
Glock magazine pricing
I bought G19, 15 round mags from CalSportingArmory and 33rd (Glock name brand) from Midway. Including shipping, they were the best pricing I found.
And then of course, I had to try a $20, 33rd magazine (non-Glock) I bought at a gun show and while the verdict is still out on it (haven't been to the range with it yet), it doesn't appear promising. I've had it fully loaded for the past two weeks (exercising the spring, as it were). And when I unloaded it today, the unloading didn't go nearly as smooth as unloading the Glock magazine. We'll see how it does when it comes to feeding live ammunition.
[In the meanwhile, I'd have to say: Stick with Glock brandname]
I've also had very good luck with Miday, but my recent purchases from Botach have been a train wreck. Anyone can sell products with 90-95% customer satisfaction (even Botach). It is how you deal with the other 5-10% that tells you a lot about a company. I’ve been in sales and customer service most of my life and I have never seen a company as bad as Botach in fulfilling their commitments and dealing with problems they create. Here is a small excerpt from one of half a dozen emails I have sent them over the last 2 months:
1. The first case of 308 T.A.P. ammo was purchased and paid for very quickly. There was a significant delay in shipping and something of a delay after it was said to have been shipped.
2. The second case was held because the online salesperson wanted a form filled out and faxed in. This was a repeat purchase of an identical item, but I went ahead and filled out the form.
3. The third case arrived today. It was very odd that it came in a UPS Express box rather than the actual manufacturer’s case as before, once I got inside I realized why. This was a customer return from Mark H. in Clinton, Mississippi. Not only is it a customer return which would make anyone wary, when I opened the box it contained only nine boxes of ammunition instead of ten. Ammo is perhaps the most critical component for a firearm and apparently this came in to Botach and was shipped back out without anyone even opening the box???
The bottom line is, a company doesn’t get a mountain of bad press for no reason. In Botach’s case, they work diligently to earn every piece of bad feedback they get.
LMAO! "...they work diligently to earn every piece..." Well put.