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Hello, I just purchased a Micro 9 and noticed that in order to seat the 7 round mag takes a pretty good smack on the bottom for it to catch. I can't just push it in slow and have it catch. I have a 6 round inbound, but haven't received it yet to see if it goes in easier.

No rounds thru it yet, but soon.

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Welcome to the forum from the high desert of central Orygun.

My Micro 9 needs a bit of a push to get the 7-rounders to seat properly. No big deal, it seats, and that's all that's needed. "Yes", the six rounders seat easier than the seven rounders do. Just give it a little bit of extra seating effort and you should be good to go. It's normal.
 

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Welcome to the site from Tennessee!
 

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I chamber a round and then load the mag with seven rounds and leave in the gun for weeks on end. It seems to ease the spring tension in the mags.
 

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Welcome from Oregon…
My micro 9 I can hold upside down and insert till it stops… push-in my mag release button and it’s in and locked..
 

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I stopped at the local Scheels and picked up another Kimber factory 7 round mag and it clicks in smooth as butter. Haven't had a chance to compare the one that came with the gun and the new one, but I will see what the difference is.
 
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