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    Default Glock drum mags

    Has anyone used any brand in particular?

    Other than the color, thoughts on these Korean drums in 9mm, 40/357, 45

    https://www.classicfirearms.com/gloc...ne-desert-tan/

    I'm starting to collect various PCCs that take Glock mags and thought I'd use the
    (ammo shortage == mag sale) to stock up..

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    Default Re: Glock drum mags

    I have a Korean glock drum mag that works fine with semi auto but can*t keep up with a full auto glock pistol. Magpul just released one. I bet it will be the best bang for the buck.
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    Default Re: Glock drum mags

    Quote Originally Posted by 85MikeTPI View Post
    Has anyone used any brand in particular?

    Other than the color, thoughts on these Korean drums in 9mm, 40/357, 45

    https://www.classicfirearms.com/gloc...ne-desert-tan/

    I'm starting to collect various PCCs that take Glock mags and thought I'd use the
    (ammo shortage == mag sale) to stock up..
    For like 10-15$ more, you can get 2 Glock stick mags that will take up less space and will hold more ammo. Plus they sit in pouches or whatever nicely. Magpul also makes a 27 round stick. But i haven't used one to comment on the reliability. The cost is right on magpul mags though.

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    Default Re: Glock drum mags

    They are cheap and portly designed once opened up as shown in the below video below. Go with Stick mags all the way, if your on a budget check out the ETS mags they work well for me in several different Glock pistols and PCC platforms.


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    Default Re: Glock drum mags

    I recommend stick mags as well. Nowhere near as clunky/bulky handling when mounted in the firearm, and I've never had a failure.

    This is based on owning a Magpul M60 for an AR that I loaded and used once, and reloaded for a SHTF day. It was too heavy, and made the A4 too clunky handling. I won't make the same mistake with my 9mm PCCs.

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    Default Re: Glock drum mags

    Quote Originally Posted by 85MikeTPI View Post
    Has anyone used any brand in particular?

    Other than the color, thoughts on these Korean drums in 9mm, 40/357, 45

    https://www.classicfirearms.com/gloc...ne-desert-tan/

    I'm starting to collect various PCCs that take Glock mags and thought I'd use the
    (ammo shortage == mag sale) to stock up..
    I have the black version of that drum. Run it in my Ruger PC Carbine all the time. Never had any problems. I have extra long happy stick mags, too, but I got the drum on a whim for cheap, and it's worked well for me.
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    Default Re: Glock drum mags

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin View Post
    I have the black version of that drum. Run it in my Ruger PC Carbine all the time. Never had any problems. I have extra long happy stick mags, too, but I got the drum on a whim for cheap, and it's worked well for me.
    Thanks, that's good to hear. The site has a lot of good reviews but hearing it local adds a lot of weight.

    - I do have several 22 round (357sig) stick mags too, I am looking specifically for something 2x capacity
    - My 357sig PCC does act differently (FTFs) on the first 4-5 rounds of a 22 round stick, then it does on the last 4-5 rounds,
    so I'm hoping a drum will have more consistent spring pressure from first to last round

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