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Drum magazine

Post by Antrax on Sun Jun 03, 2012 3:53 pm

I had so much fun using my Kriss that my extended mags didn't last long. But they are so hard to load that I though that a drum mag could be a nice addition. I could preload them at home and have more time to shoot with lot less pain.

It's there any company selling drum magazine for the glock 21?

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Re: Drum magazine

Post by Solscud007 on Sun Jun 03, 2012 4:32 pm

Sadly no. Only promag made a drum for a 1911 single stack. and it only holds 40 rds.

The 30 rd mag is pretty good. Use a uplula mag loader. It helps.


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Re: Drum magazine

Post by nih on Mon Jun 04, 2012 12:25 pm

they make one for 9mm glocks, doubt there is ever one produced for 45 acp glocks, thats allot more money down range, 9mm vs 45

http://firepowersolutions.net/100RoundGlockMagazine?product_id=53

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Re: Drum magazine

Post by Solscud007 on Mon Jun 04, 2012 12:28 pm

Yeah no need to waste ammo. One aspect of living in NY state is dealing with the 10 rd limit. Rather than complain, I look at the 10 rd mags as an opportunity to reload more frequently. Dont get me wrong. I love my 30 rd mag, but my speed in mag changes has increased thanks to having to reload using my 10 rounders.

Build up that speed and most importantly the mag changes. The KRISS is an awkward machine to reload. practice that reloading process. Reload from a mag pouch on your hip. You can get pretty fast and proficient. Then if you need to, two 30 rds will be quite fun and more reliable than a drum mag,

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Re: Drum magazine

Post by Jedi380 on Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:03 pm

Bumping this up because... it's time to start bugging SGM for this in a .45 for the Glock 21! Twisted Evil

SGM 50-rnd. Drum for Glock 9mm. <-- Clicky da Linky!

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Re: Drum magazine

Post by Kipp on Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:57 am

If they are going to make these, I would guess they would have to be near completion for them to put out. With current legislation, I would doubt anyone would be putting any r&d in anything like this.
If anyone was looking for the 9 drum. gatguns in IL has a bunch. $200 or 250, I dont recall. Same price they have always been there.

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