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Thread: MeanArms PMAG 9mm conversion

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanq View Post
    FYI - They make the Stern adapter to take M&P magazines too (if that floats your boat). I don't own an M&P, but nteresting.
    2 M&P's. Just a 15-22AR, and a M&P Shield9 that is of course a single stack. Glockfanboi spoken here..............

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    I'd be willing to give it a try......I have two 9mm pcc's , one CMMG MK9 and a QC10 Glock...……...PCC is a ton of fun and low cost to shoot...…...I long gave up on trying to get the QC 10 Glock LRBHO to work reliably...….I spent the better part of a couple of years playing and tweaking with it trying to get it to work, almost like it would work with some mags, (factory Glock) and others it wouldn't work.....was not 100% reliable.....I took the parts off and bagged them...…..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6mmAR15 View Post
    I'd be willing to give it a try......I have two 9mm pcc's , one CMMG MK9 and a QC10 Glock...……...PCC is a ton of fun and low cost to shoot...…...I long gave up on trying to get the QC 10 Glock LRBHO to work reliably...….I spent the better part of a couple of years playing and tweaking with it trying to get it to work, almost like it would work with some mags, (factory Glock) and others it wouldn't work.....was not 100% reliable.....I took the parts off and bagged them...…..
    If it works like the PSA, and Matrix LRBHO it usually falls on the mag springs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NQNPIII View Post
    If it works like the PSA, and Matrix LRBHO it usually falls on the mag springs.
    I tried wolf extra power springs and they worked about 75% of the time....some new mags wouldn't work, I did take some of the Glock 33 round magazines and removed the plus 2 floor plate and replaced the springs with Wilson Combat extra power springs and had success ….but at the end of the day after two years of tweaking with it I gave up......There is just no guarantee you can pick up any magazine and it will work. I only used Factory Glock magazines...….in all my testing. I even bent the little tab on the lift lever as well....Its not a reliable design.....Spring tension on the follower has to be spot on, too many variables come into play. I even noticed some glock magazines lock in tighter than others....tolerances come into play as well..IMHO On the other hand the CMMG, which is of Colt design has work everytime with Metalform magazines, zero issues concerning LRBHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6mmAR15 View Post
    I'd be willing to give it a try......I have two 9mm pcc's , one CMMG MK9 and a QC10 Glock...……...PCC is a ton of fun and low cost to shoot...…...I long gave up on trying to get the QC 10 Glock LRBHO to work reliably...….I spent the better part of a couple of years playing and tweaking with it trying to get it to work, almost like it would work with some mags, (factory Glock) and others it wouldn't work.....was not 100% reliable.....I took the parts off and bagged them...…..
    I had the same experience with my QC10. Just gave up in the end.

    The Stern Defense Glock magwell has a much better LRBHO design and has worked fine for me so far with Glock and Magpul mags.

    Dennis.

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    For defense use? No, at least until it's been well vetted for a good amount of time. Having the feedramp and ejector floating on the mag may make it less reliable.

    For a dedicated plinker? Probably not the best choice.

    An SBR that you my want to run 9mm occasionally? Getting warmer.

    Training is where this will have advantages. Same reload? Check. Same mag holders on your gear? Check.

    I wish this was a dedicated $25-30 mag from the start.

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