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kalguns
05-05-2009, 1:44 PM
Does anyone know where to get a Glock 20 30 rnd mag rebuild kit?

Turbinator
05-05-2009, 1:57 PM
I never saw factory mags produced for this caliber that went beyond 15+2. There were no 30 round mags for 10mm as far as I know. Therefore, there are no rebuild kits that you can purchase to rebuild this non-existent 30 round 10mm mag.

Turby

Gio
05-05-2009, 2:21 PM
Can you not use the .40 cal mags? I thought they were interchangable between 10mm and .40cal? I saw a guy selling .40 cal 30 rounders a few days ago. I have 9mm from back in the day :D

-Gio

AdamM
05-05-2009, 2:24 PM
10mm Is longer than .40..

Gio
05-05-2009, 2:25 PM
10mm Is longer than .40..

Oh okay, guess you are SOL then :43:

-Gio

sevans
05-05-2009, 2:26 PM
I have heard of people converting the Kriss 30rnd magazines to 10mm.

Haven't tried it personally.

Z ME FLY
05-05-2009, 5:41 PM
Does anyone know where to get a Glock 20 30 rnd mag rebuild kit?

Better question, DO YOU ALREADY HAVE A 30RD 10MM MAG that you had from a long time ago?

hybridatsun350
05-05-2009, 5:45 PM
Maybe he just wants the kits for when he goes out of state.

cal3gunner
05-05-2009, 5:47 PM
Since you have high cap mags that you want to rebuild, why don't you just spend the money on Arredondo mag extensions. For .40 they add 5 rounds for a total of 20+1. They also work with .45 so they should work fine with 10mm.
These are some of or the best mag extension on the market and they are made here by a Californian.

walter
05-05-2009, 8:58 PM
Better question, DO YOU ALREADY HAVE A 30RD 10MM MAG that you had from a long time ago?

Better question, DO YOU KNOW HOW TO MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS? this 10 round mag laws are BS anyways. You sound like an anti

Z ME FLY
05-05-2009, 9:06 PM
Better question, DO YOU KNOW HOW TO MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS? this 10 round mag laws are BS anyways. You sound like an anti

Yes I am an anti that is a Calgun member and owns guns. YEAAAHHH RIIIGGHHTTT So I should mind my own business in this public forum huh?

Quiet
05-05-2009, 9:43 PM
Since you have high cap mags that you want to rebuild, why don't you just spend the money on Arredondo mag extensions. For .40 they add 5 rounds for a total of 20+1. They also work with .45 so they should work fine with 10mm.
These are some of or the best mag extension on the market and they are made here by a Californian.

The Arrendondo mag extensions (http://www.arredondoaccessories.com/category.cfm?cid=1001,2015&PID=fc25l4900kouep&GID=gpad) are great.
I use to have some on my old 15 round Glock 22 magazines.

If you own large capacity Glock 20 magazines from before 01-01-2000, then...

You can get them for your large capacity Glock 20 magazines, it will increase the capacity from 15 to 20.

You can try and use the Magpul/TDI Glock 21 mag extensions for your large capacity Glock 20 magazine. Supposedly, it will increase the capacity from 15 to around 32. But, reliability is iffy.

Matt C
05-05-2009, 9:46 PM
Smells like BAIT.

punisheryayarea
05-06-2009, 11:06 AM
Smells like BAIT.

ya JAIL BAIT.......
:thumbsup:
Just haven fun.......

bohoki
05-06-2009, 11:43 AM
the kriss +17 only works with the newest generation 7th gen? body and only with glock 21 mags

just something wrong with the internal geometry

also the spring only works with the gen 7 followers i guess glock doesn't like the springs hooking into the follower anymore

Z ME FLY
05-08-2009, 1:44 PM
The Arrendondo mag extensions (http://www.arredondoaccessories.com/category.cfm?cid=1001,2015&PID=fc25l4900kouep&GID=gpad) are great.
I use to have some on my old 15 round Glock 22 magazines.

If you own large capacity Glock 20 magazines from before 01-01-2000, then...

You can get them for your large capacity Glock 20 magazines, it will increase the capacity from 15 to 20.

You can try and use the Magpul/TDI Glock 21 mag extensions for your large capacity Glock 20 magazine. Supposedly, it will increase the capacity from 15 to around 32. But, reliability is iffy.

Just a quick question. So if you own for example a preban 15 round mag, you can add an extension to make it 20, 25 or whatever? Just wondering.

Thanks!

Corbin Dallas
05-08-2009, 2:54 PM
Just a quick question. So if you own for example a preban 15 round mag, you can add an extension to make it 20, 25 or whatever? Just wondering.

Thanks!

Technically? no.


BTW, there is no such thing as a 20 or 30 round factory glock mag other than the 9mm version sold with the Glock18

Z ME FLY
05-08-2009, 3:36 PM
The Arrendondo mag extensions (http://www.arredondoaccessories.com/category.cfm?cid=1001,2015&PID=fc25l4900kouep&GID=gpad) are great.
I use to have some on my old 15 round Glock 22 magazines.

If you own large capacity Glock 20 magazines from before 01-01-2000, then...

You can get them for your large capacity Glock 20 magazines, it will increase the capacity from 15 to 20.

You can try and use the Magpul/TDI Glock 21 mag extensions for your large capacity Glock 20 magazine. Supposedly, it will increase the capacity from 15 to around 32. But, reliability is iffy.

Thanks Corbin, Just wondering cause I saw the post above.

DRH
05-08-2009, 3:40 PM
Just a quick question. So if you own for example a preban 15 round mag, you can add an extension to make it 20, 25 or whatever? Just wondering.

Thanks!

There is no law preventing you from taking an already existing Hi cap mag and making a higher capacity mag. Extensions are permitted on existing mags. You can not however change the magazine so substantially to function in another model or style of weapon that it will no longer work in the original weapon. If you did this I believe it would be viewed as creating a new magazine. I hope that answers your question.

MarioS
05-08-2009, 4:07 PM
Better question, DO YOU KNOW HOW TO MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS? this 10 round mag laws are BS anyways. You sound like an anti

Doesn't mean we should just go around breaking them. Doing so will only make the restrictions against us worse.

Shotgun Man
05-08-2009, 8:46 PM
Doesn't mean we should just go around breaking them. Doing so will only make the restrictions against us worse.

Walter wasn't advocating breaking laws. He was merely castigating Z for accusing the OP of breaking laws.

UBFRAGD
05-09-2009, 8:43 AM
I thought Scherer made 30 rounders for the G20, I could've swore I saw those for sale on the net a couple of years ago, now I can't back that statement up with a link, so maybe that was just a dream......

spitrhyma
05-09-2009, 1:58 PM
I hate how people can't ask questions about something that might be illegal on line without getting bashed. I'm surprised there was only ONE comment on the 1st page that sounded square and paranoid. C'mon what do people think if they answer a question about obtaining high capacity magazines they're going to get a death penalty?

One would think "What if" but seriously man what cop is gonna catch someone with a high cap magazine and be more concerned about the seller? He doesn't need **** to get the crook he's already caught... it's an easy 10 points... plus even if he asks and you tell him "yeah I learned how to do it on some forum" what is he going to say "Which forum?! Tell me now!" then go and look up every person who helped and go slap them on the wrist?

It's not illegal to tell someone how to make a high-cap magazine or even a suppressor for that matter... it's illegal to make/own one in california.

BUT TO ANSWER THE QUESTION

If you're looking for high cap magazines in general I might be able to give you some advice but I doubt you'd be able to find one in an unusual calibur. It's not too hard to find a website that ships items to you "at your own risk" though... Try doing some searches in google...

If you can figure out how to weld 2 springs together and cut and weld mag bodies together you should be able to pull it off. I've heard of someone who supposively did this w/ an AK47 magazine and made 100rd magazines.

Z ME FLY
05-09-2009, 3:43 PM
My point was if you have a 10+ round mag you usually would know where to get a repair kit. I personally never heard of a 30rd 10MM mag so that is why I question it. I just find it funny that walter called me an anti!

Shane916
05-09-2009, 3:51 PM
Do you have any pics of your current 10mm 30 round Glock magazine?

I'm intrigued.

NiteQwill
05-09-2009, 3:53 PM
Not true, I know a lot of folks who own pre-ban registered lowers that know nothing about their existing magazines. Just because you own guns or gun parts does not make you an "informed" gun owner.

bohoki
05-09-2009, 8:01 PM
Do you have any pics of your current 10mm 30 round Glock magazine?

I'm intrigued.

if you have a pre-ban 15 round one and it is not working well you can replace the parts with one from a 30 rounder

supersonic
05-10-2009, 12:07 AM
Smells like BAIT.

I must be downwind of you, Matt, 'cause I got a steaming whiff of it, too.

Z ME FLY
05-10-2009, 9:59 AM
if you have a pre-ban 15 round one and it is not working well you can replace the parts with one from a 30 rounder

But I think the whole point is.... I don't think there was ever any 30rd mag for 10MM!! I have heard of ones for 9mm and .40 but NEVER 10MM!

Corbin Dallas
05-10-2009, 11:00 AM
if you have a pre-ban 15 round one and it is not working well you can replace the parts with one from a 30 rounder

I can assure you the following senario:

Assuming you have a 17 round magazine for a Glock model 17 and you are in the state of California.

a) The mag body for some odd reason needs replacing.

b) You replace said mag body with that of a NEW glock18 body (30 round)

c) The mag spring also needed replacing.

d) You replaced the failed mag spring with that from a NEW glock18 magazine.


Although you may "Think" you are in compliance with the current law, rest assured you may need to defend yourself against a DA in court for manufacturing a high capacity magazine.


Take that scenario above and use replacement parts from an "Identical" NEW magazine of the same capacity and it would be very likely the DA would NOT persue any charges.

In conclusion-

Replace parts of a low cap mag with those of a higher cap mag MAY = defending yourself in court.

Replace parts of a XX number of rounds magazine with an equivilant XX number of rounds NEW magazine MAY NOT = defending yourself in court.


Now, instead of arguing the point, think about it from the OTHER side of the fence. The ANTI's encourage the DA's to go after those of us who would do this and we KNOW it is still a FINE line to walk. Give them an inch and they'll take it all from you.

Don't give them that inch.

Blademan21
05-15-2009, 8:01 PM
Scherer makes a 29 round mag for the Glock 20 & 29. Good luck finding one.