Originally Posted by Mike240
I have many never used Kimber mags. Not that they are bad...I don't know.
I'm always a good "reader." You never know when something is new or a bulletin comes out with info that's unknown to you.
For example, I won't put a knife in my pocket unless it says "Ken Onion Design" somewhere on it. And even that has precious little to do with the knife itself. For me, the knife (or any product really) should fit your hand like a glove.
Now, getting back to your magazines
, I have a "system." I buy (or trade) for a lot of magazines. And I have a policy, that is, "If they fail they sail
." I'm not going to trust my life to a cheaper buck three-eighty magazine, no matter who made the piece of folded steel.
Yes, plus the fact that magazine can wear just like any other product. You might get dings in the body of the magazine that hangs up the internal spring. Or the feed lips widen from overuse or damage. And of all the magazines that have proven themselves, one of them is the plain-Jane black magazine
that came with the Kimber pistol!