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|Magazine Capacity||8 Rounds|
|Ammo Caliber||.45 ACP (Auto)|
|Manufacturer||Chip McCormick Custom|
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Good value for a good mag
I bought my Colt 1991A1 back in the early 90's and bought four of these 8 round CMC Shooting Star mags, two stainless two blued to go with the one Colt mag I had. I have had no issues with them in twenty years. I can easily load 8 rounds and the slide locks back on empty and the mag falls clear.
I have Mec-Gar's and Kimber mags as well. I can't really tell much difference between any of them, they all seem to work well in the Colt. But I use the CMC's the most for some reason.
Fit is too tight for my 1911 .45
I thought I would get one of these as it is supposedly way better than an ACT. Naw! This bugger is a tight fit and will not drop away when hitting the release. Using magic marker I found it binding on the front side (mostly) of the magazine well. Filing, sanding and buffing solved this. Removed spring and cleaned well, re-blued with Super Blue. Now it works as it should. Nothing fancy about his mag or the follower. If it were a $12.00 mag it would be a good deal, but it ain't.
A great magazine for your 1911
I bought these way back when, when they 1st came out apparently. It was in the early 90s. I am still using these, a flush fit 8 capacity mag. I can also use these in my smaller officers model. They work better than the factory mags in my full sized 1911.
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Posted On: 1/19/2016 By: Stephen King
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