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Thread: Magguts for P380

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    Default Magguts for P380

    Anybody have any experience with the magguts p380 product. Looks like a good idea if it functions properly. Extra round just by using wasted space in mag.

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    I've been using the Magguts for Ruger LCP with success for some time now. So I bought two units for P380 to see if they work as well. Will test them next week.

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    This is an old thread, but the question remains:
    Has anyone used the Magguts kit in a P380?

    I'm curious, but not so curious that I'll try it out without someone's enthusiastic support of the product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyIron View Post
    This is an old thread, but the question remains:
    Has anyone used the Magguts kit in a P380?

    I'm curious, but not so curious that I'll try it out without someone's enthusiastic support of the product.
    yes. A bunch of us have and we are enthusiastic about it. I haven't heard much about use in the 7 rnd mags, but putting them into the 6 rounders has worked great from what I've seen and heard.
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    I've had the magguts installed in my P380 for years. I can load an extra round plus it took care of a few jambing problems.
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    My new Magguts kit for the 6 round P380 arrived today. The factory spring was a little weak, and didn't consistently push up the slide stop. The Magguts equipped magazine resolved that problem. The look of the follower isn't confidence-inspiring, but it seems to feed fine while sitting here in the comfort of my computer room. I'm eager to run it through its paces and see how it holds up.

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    I have them for both the 6 and 7 round magazines, which I installed towards the end of the break in period of my P380. They were a little tricky to install, but no issues so far. Based on the reviews I read before buying, it appeared to be a very solid product once installed correctly.

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    I have them installed in 2 of my CT380 magazines and they have been flawless with several hundred rounds. It's nice to be able to carry a backup that shoots as well as it does and carries 9 rounds total!

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    I've used the six to seven round conversion in Kahr mags with no problems ever. A little tricky to install the contraption into the mag, not idiot proof. Flawless once properly installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by topgun1953 View Post
    yes. A bunch of us have and we are enthusiastic about it.
    I've been so enthusiastic about them I could forgive someone for accusing me of being a paid shill for MagGuts. With the OEM mag followers I had feeding issues and could not slingshot the slide, and the springs took a set after being left loaded for several weeks and would no longer lock the slide back. The MagGuts kits solved all three problems at once. Feeding is reliable, I can slingshot the slide and I've had no issues leaving the mags loaded for extended periods of time. I now have them in all of my mags including the 7-rounder. The added round of capacity was just a bonus. I also use the MagGuts kits in my Glock 42, not that the OEM Glock mags were unreliable but or the extra round. If I can think of any negatives it is cost and the complexity of assembly.

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