Author Topic: I assume the 19rd mecgar magazines are good-to-go in a full-size cz-75b or sp-01  (Read 434 times)

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Offline cz75bmb

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I assume the 19rd mecgar magazines are good-to-go in a full-size cz-75b or sp-01?  Unlike the 26rd cz-mags?

Offline pt99af

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I hope so cause I just ordered 2 of them from grab a gun

Offline christak

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The 19s work fine...I have 4 of them...

Offline CrazyDave

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The 19 work great in a SP-01 and compact. I am going to be disappointed if the 26 rounders I ordered don't work....

Offline larryflew

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19m is certainly as good as CZ19 but the 26 can be really fussy. I believe the 26 may be a promag mfg.
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Offline M1A4ME

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Most, if not all, of the magazine feeding issues I've seen over the years (in pistols) were from Promags.

I sure wish my cousin would stop buying them.  I tell him not to buy them and he says, "But cousin, it's all they had."  Then he leaves the gun store with a used handgun, with one factory mag and a couple Promags that won't feed reliably.
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Most, if not all, of the magazine feeding issues I've seen over the years (in pistols) were from Promags.

I sure wish my cousin would stop buying them.  I tell him not to buy them and he says, "But cousin, it's all they had."  Then he leaves the gun store with a used handgun, with one factory mag and a couple Promags that won't feed reliably.

Friends don't let Friends buy Promag

If "that's all they had", then someone needs to learn about Brownell's, Midway, etc.
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Offline larryflew

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Most, if not all, of the magazine feeding issues I've seen over the years (in pistols) were from Promags.

I sure wish my cousin would stop buying them.  I tell him not to buy them and he says, "But cousin, it's all they had."  Then he leaves the gun store with a used handgun, with one factory mag and a couple Promags that won't feed reliably.

Friends don't let Friends buy Promag



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Offline cntrydawwwg

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If it helps, I’ve had zero issues with my 26 rounders. Oh, and they aren’t Promag, not these ones anyways
    And yes OP, the Mec-gars will work just fine.
   
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Offline Flip18

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I have a few CZ's from the 10rnd mag days, and a few Rugers as well. First go to was Mec-Gar and have had zero mag issues with any of them. They are OEM for a reason.

Offline christak

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Mec-gar magazines are exceptional. I have lots of them for my CZs in 10, 14, 16, 17, and 19-round variants. Never had an issue with any of them.

Offline Joe Allen

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IYDAK (If you didn't already know) Mec-Gar is OEM for CZ and pretty much any manufacturer that doesn't want to have a small industrial office building of full time staff doing warranty RMA.

Offline Hammer Time

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Not only are they GTG, they're the only mags I bother buying for my SP-01 Tac anymore.

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