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    Default Pro Mags

    Hope this is in the right place, has anyone tried or use the peo mags in their kahr's and how do they compare to the oem's?

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    Good question, I didn’t know they had Kahr mags. https://promagindustries.com/magazines/kahr/
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    Friends don’t let friends buy pro mags.

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    I'm curious too, just because I've read about Kahr magazines being unreliable for some owners. This could be a viable option for them.

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    Curious to what is wrong with Pro Mags, people always give vague answers and no definitive answer?

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    All I've got is the reading I have done about them, and the fact that they always seem to be trouble in many different firearms. Feeding issues, spring issues, etc. IMHO always better to stick with factory mags, more reliable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whtsmoke View Post
    Curious to what is wrong with Pro Mags, people always give vague answers and no definitive answer?
    I've only messed with one, a 10 round 9mm for Kahr pistols. The tube and floor plate are ok. The follower is quite good, but entirely plastic.
    The spring sucked.

    Edit: I should point out that the video was made 7 years ago; quite possibly they have stepped up their game since then......or not.
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    One of my 3 1911 ProMags has a feed issue. I have 1 “regular” and 2 or 3 30+/- round M&P mags by them that all run perfectly.
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    Well I have done a lot more reading and watching and I think I will stick to the factory mags, not saying that I wouldnt buy a pro mag(1) to try if it were cheap. I did the same thing with the ETS clear happy sticks for the glock and people didn't like them much but they do run good. It's only money buy the best and be happy.

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