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    Any Glockers out there?

    They say preppers are the cheapest people...
    But I have a few of these


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    The innovative MagPopper tool will help you disassemble your Glock® magazines in seconds.
    Works with most factory Glock® flat floorplates. Works with 10 round, standard capacity, and high capacity Glock® magazines.
    Simply insert the hook from the small lever into the floor plate, rest the MagPopper body against the front of the magazine body. With one hand grasp the MagPopper and the magazine body and gently squeze. The floor plate will slide forward and unlock from the side magazine tabs with very little effort.
    Caution magazines are under spring tension. After you have unlocked the floor plate, carefully slide/remove the floor plate, locking plate, spring, and follower from the magazine body for service/cleaning.
    MagPopper also features: a bottle opener, a hole on the main body for mounting onto key rings, and a ¼" hex hole for holding ¼" screwdriver bits.
    Compact design for convenient storage.
    Steel construction.
    US Patent Pending
    Works on FLAT Glock® mags only!

    $13 shipped
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    Apparently I have been doing it wrong for 30+ years, didn't know I needed a special tool!

    I have a few Glock's, don't care for the plastic mag bodies.

    The earlier ones stuck in the mag well and would not drop free.

    Some of them bulged so bad, almost had to pry them out.

    That turned me off to them, a lot of other people felt the same way.

    Factory decided that if they wanted to sell them here they needed to change them to drop free.

    I am old school, don't care for them, however I will on occasion carry a 9 or 40 that I personally optimized.
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    I'm a Sig guy myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck View Post
    I'm a Sig guy myself.
    I carry a SIG 228 most of the time, have 13, 15 and 20 round factory mags for it.

    The thing sports a Crimson Trace military grade laser and tritium night sights.

    I had to park the mags, you could sit and watch them rust in place.

    I modified a bunch of 15 round S&W stainless steel mags to use in it, just require a new mag catch slot and follower mod.

    I normally carry the S&W mags as spares with the factory 13 rounder inserted.

    My 1911 mags are Wilson/Rodgers SS, best ones I ever found, have around 50 of them.

    S&W 1911 SS and the SIG are my most common carry guns except for the summer time, then a S&W 3913 and a S&W 642 together.
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    I'm a Sig guy myself I have these too:

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    Although there are more Glock-suckers than any other firearm out there.
    I need to feel the weight of Metal not tupperware.
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    Got you. Surprised you aren't a CZ guy.

    CZ - Other than the 1911, probably no other semiautomatic pistol has been cloned more than the venerable CZ75. The CZ has been copied by Tanfoglio, Sphinx, IMI Jericho/Baby Eagle, Canik, and Sarsilmaz among others. While the CZ hasn’t found general acceptance as a service pistol in the U.S., the CZ75 and its variants and clones have found a home among competition shooters in the action pistol disciplines.

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    I am, and have been since the first day at the range with mine.

    Probably a Ford - Chevy - Dodge thing I know, but I love mine...

    Just to prove that mixed relationships can work, Wifey's handle is 'Glock Yer World'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maol9 View Post
    Wifey's handle is 'Glock Yer World'
    well? does she?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urinal Cake View Post
    well? does she?
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    Indeeeed!

    In the interests of honesty I must admit her purse piece is a Ruger SP101 357. Her reasoning is sound, she can use it quickly without actually drawing it; and of course after said use, (as she has stated several times) she is eligible for a new purse...

    Only women think this way.
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    Ruger for the most part but only one on the never own list.
    New life as a house husband, major shift in duties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty901 View Post
    Ruger for the most part but only one on the never own list.
    You don't like the sp101?
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