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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by white-rhyno, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. white-rhyno

    white-rhyno 1/2 ton status

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    So after having my conceld weapons permit for months now i finally broke down and bought a used beretta 96 40cal. Now heres my question, i cannot for the life of me find any hi-cap mags for it. I have two 11 shot mags for it. THere has got to be a company that offers 15....
    Any help?
    Thanks
     
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    Seems like 11 or 12 is tops buddy, it'd be like trying to get a flush fit 15 rounder for a standard 1911.

    Carry more mags and get proficient in the killing arts

    Good choice, the Sheriff in my town carries a .40 Beretta
     
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    thanks rjI have yet to shoot it, just got it tonight. THe guy i got it from got it from a retired sheriff. I was his personall gun. Im sure it has had some rounds through it. But it will make a good starter gun. Hopefully this summer i can afford to get the Les Baer Premier II 1911.....
     
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    Hhmmm...check the laws bro, you may have a CCW card, but I believe hi-cap mags are for law enforcement and military only... and I dunno if CCW automaticaly allows it.
     
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    I don't think there is any laws against high capacity mags unless you are using a gun for hunting and those vary by state. Regardless 11 rounds is pretty good for a .40 cal. Good point though to check with local laws.
     
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    A few wanker states adopted thier own little AWB

    I don't see anything about WA though
     
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    A few wanker states adopted thier own little AWB
    Communists

    High capacity mags should be getting less expensive now that they can be manufactured again.:woot:
     
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    If I hadn't helped you spend all your money on parts for your truck, I'd bitch at you for buying such a POS as a Beretta. :grin: :grin: :grin:

    I love my Glocks when it comes to cheap guns....I've got two of them.
     
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    Sorry to say, but the 11 round mag is the high capacity. You could load 15 rounds of nine mil. into the same mag and it would work flawlessly in a 92. Bigger rounds = less rounds.:crazy:
     

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