Bird_Dog0347 Posted February 12, 2019 Share Posted February 12, 2019 So I plan to start shooting SS later this summer and since I already have the gun with some 8 round mags (CMC .40 mags as well as Wilson 47D .45 mags) that work perfectly I wanted to get the opinions of people who may have already gone down this path. Some matches/stages just setup better for 8 rounds vs. 10 rounds so I was thinking of getting the Tripp System Mags with the Flex follower for 10 rds and bringing major and minor ammo to the match and deciding when I get there, or just declaring minor and getting 10rds if need be. I already know I love .40 minor as it's super soft, and with those mags holding 10 rounds I think it's the perfect balance. I searched but most threads on them are 1+ years old, so I'm hoping for some specific advice before I start buying them at $50 a pop. My gun is a SVI .40 Single Stack with the large competition style magwell (no front relief), and currently has no problem eating factory length or long loaded .40 ammo in either minor or major out of any of the mags I currently have... I'm thinking I'll buy 1 mag to begin with and add a Corey follower that only gives it 9rd capacity with the aluminum base pad and test with that first. That minimizes my initial investment risk and gives me time to play and make sure it fits in the box and makes weight, but most importantly runs 100% before I go full retard. What say the experts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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