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Thread: Trade 2 CM45 / PM45 mags for 1 Beretta M9 mag

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    Default Trade 2 CM45 / PM45 mags for 1 Beretta M9 mag

    I have 2 new old stock (unused, not in factory packaging) magazines that will fit your PM45 or CM45. Iím looking for someone who would like to trade for a Beretta 92/M9 9mm magazine. Looking for an unrestricted mag that says M9 on it (Mec Gar made, I believe). Iíll ship mine on my dime so long as you do the same. Not wanting the oneís for the 92S, which would have a mag catch hole for a heel mag release. If you have one, and would trade, pleas respond and send me pics to make sure itís the model magazine Iím after. Thanks!

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    I think I have some Bird. I'll check in the morning and let you know. I think I even have several.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    I think I have some Bird. I'll check in the morning and let you know. I think I even have several.
    That would be great Colonel! Iíve bought a Taylor Freelance magazine extension with extra power spring for that mag. The 2 mags I have are restricted, so the springy she no fitty.

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    Bird, you mentioned tinkering with a Beretta right now, what are you doing with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BirdsThaWord View Post
    That would be great Colonel! Iíve bought a Taylor Freelance magazine extension with extra power spring for that mag. The 2 mags I have are restricted, so the springy she no fitty.
    Restricted? What does that mean? The base plate doesn't come off?
    In Memory of Paul "Dietrich" Stines.
    Dad: Say something nice to your cousin Shirley
    Dietrich: For a fat girl you sure don't sweat much.
    Cue sound of Head slap.

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    "If you are a warrior legally authorized to carry a weapon and you step outside without that weapon, then you become a sheep, pretending that JOCKO will not come today."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    Restricted? What does that mean? The base plate doesn't come off?
    Clinton mags. Restricted to 10 rounds.

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    Building 2, a 92 FS and a 92 S. Both will have SGS style compensators by Ric Gandy, custom grips, lanyard delete, extended mags. FS I will alter Pearce under grip 1911 finger grooves. The S will be all polished and nickeled. Both semi- Resident Evil knock off looks.

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    Mag trade deal has been struck, so no longer available.

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    OMCH... The compensators in the pics were too expensive ($650-$750) AND require either a Centurion slide, or cutting off the front sight. None of which I was willing to pay or do, so kinda making my own versions of these. The first compensator, with the big ol¬í holes is still ¬ďin developement¬Ē according to who¬ís making them anyways, so I also did not want to wait. Last pic is the grips I had custom designed/made by a guy in Turkey. Those are going on the blued, 92FS.

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    Bird, I got you. Once upon a time, I shot pretty regular at Navy Fleet and All Navy Pistol (and rifle) matches. During those days, it was inevitable that your mind desires a NM conditioned M9, but the procedure was potentially destructive to the frame (pressing in steel inserts for slide to frame tightening), and it cost around 2K + the gun. I got cold feet and instead let Ernest Langdon do a trigger job, install some NOT great adjustable (LPA, I think) sights and a BarSto barrel. It was nice, but did not make the 50 yd cut, so I stayed with old slabsides (never did go distinguished, I have 26 of 30 points.)

    Here was that project, obviously I added that comp after deciding it was not a bullseye gun...
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