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4.9 out of 5
 

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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

Excellent!

 

Excellent product. Same quality as the 17 Rds magazines. They fit perfectly the 92 and the CX4. A speed loader is HIGHLY recommended.

 
 

4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

Great for CX4 Carbine!

 

After being very disappointed with the ProMag 92FS 30 round magazine, I looked into getting this factory mag. I'm happy to say that it works flawlessly in my CX4 Storm carbine. The only problem I encountered was that the spring was extremely tough the first couple times I loaded it. After leaving the mag loaded overnight, however, it loosened up and is now much easier to load. Be sure to use a magazine speed loader, though. I'm not sure if it's even possible to load this mag up by hand.

 
 

1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

Perfect!

 

Have 3, just ordered 3 more. These work perfectly in my 92A1 and my KelTec Sub-2000. Added some MagPul SMG pulls, now just need a decent mag pouch or two.

 
 
5 out of 5

Great, Reliable Mags

 

My title says it all. They function flawlessly. I do not hesitate to suggest these to anyone using a Beretta 93fs or A1. They work perfectly in my pistols.

 
 
5 out of 5

Alsome, however

 

Beretta hope you are reading this. I have purchased two. I love the magazine and it doesn't jam. The mags are alsome, however, I would like Beretta to build a magazine like this for the PX4. I would purchase 6 or 10 mags for my PX4.

 
 
5 out of 5

Twice as Nice!

 

I purchased this magazine for my 92FS and it works great. I love the fact that you can fire off twice as many rounds as the standard 15 round magazine that the 92FS comes with. I agree with the previous review; a speed loader is definitely recommeded. It just makes your time at the range more enjoyable and more efficient. You will have more time to enjoy firing your weapon than the actual process of manually loading the magazine by hand. It gets easier to load each time that you do so. This 30 round magazine fits perfectly as if it were a 15 or 17 round magazine. So, if you wish to shoot more and load less, this magazine is in my opinion the perfect solution. Don't forget to purchase a speed loader though. You'll need one, for sure.

 
 
4 out of 5

30 Round Magazine

 

This magazine works great and fires great when the right amount of ammo is placed in the magazine. Having trouble with it when I have 30 rounds in the magazine. It doesn't want to go into my 92FS unless I take out a round. Works great with 29 rounds.

 
 
5 out of 5

Great buy

 

This 30 round magazine is great for having more rounds with a single mag. Like everyone else a speed loader is almost a must ill be ordering mine soon my thumb is not happy with me right now.

 
 
4 out of 5

It's a tough manual load for sure!

 

Looked really forward to this magazine. Had no idea whatsoever it would be so tough to load by hand! I removed the spring and just kept working different sections in and out to loosen up, as well as loaded and unloaded 10, then 15, then 20... I am finally up to 27 and hope to make 30 soon. Probably won't shoot from it yet because unfortunately I loaded my defensive rounds into it for the home. So, I guess until I order another 30 rounder I will leave my 27 in there to keep that spring compressed and go with my stock 15's on the range. I will be looking for that speed loader I see everyone else is talking about.

 
 
5 out of 5

No Malfunctions in 92A1

 

I have ran 200 lawman, 50 critical defense and 250 FMJ including a 60 round burst fast as I could pull the trigger with two of these mags with zero issues. I also gripped the mag hard during fire with zero malfunctions. They are stiff to load the first few times. Make sure you have the Beretta mag loader.

 
 

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