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Old 01-22-2013, 9:28 AM
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Default Gen 4 G35 w/ Promag 29rd? Is mag compatible?

Was going to order a couple of extra glock mags, and had remembered seeing some factory and non factory mags offered from Lance. At just about half the cost of a factory 22rnd... I figured Id try the GLOCK 22 PROMAG 29RD 40/357. I know the 35 can take the 22 mags, but....

Does anyone know if this mag is compatible with the Gen 4? I remember seeing some on midway that weren't (I believe they were factory mags). Had something to do with the Gen4 being ambidextrous

google was no help on this

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Gen three and gen four mags work in either or, just the option to switch your mag release to the other side for leftys is not there with gen three mags in a gen four gun. I have many gen four mags that I use in my gen three guns.

Pro-mag has been known for making some of the worst mags on the market. I won't buy them, but if you just want some training mags(they will work great for malfunction clearing drills) go for it if they are very inexpensive. If priced like everything else is right now pass.
I am assuming you are LE or just looking for rebuild kits because you really like the followers in those 29 round mags.
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Pro-mags are great.

I use them for malfunction drills because I can count on 3 things.

1. There is a god.
2. I'm not him.
3. My pro-mag will jam at least twice per loaded mag.

Yes, they are compatible.
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Gen three and gen four mags work in either or, just the option to switch your mag release to the other side for leftys is not there with gen three mags in a gen four gun. I have many gen four mags that I use in my gen three guns.

Pro-mag has been known for making some of the worst mags on the market. I won't buy them, but if you just want some training mags(they will work great for malfunction clearing drills) go for it if they are very inexpensive. If priced like everything else is right now pass.
I am assuming you are LE or just looking for rebuild kits because you really like the followers in those 29 round mags.
LMAO thanks for the info. Ill scratch the promag and just go for the factory 22 round mags.

I am LE
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Pro-mags are great.

I use them for malfunction drills because I can count on 3 things.

1. There is a god.
2. I'm not him.
3. My pro-mag will jam at least twice per loaded mag.

Yes, they are compatible.
malfunction drills??? HAHAHAH
I suppose some jamming drills could come in handy...
Buuuut not this time. Ill go with the factory mags

Thanks guys!!!
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I have a few of the Glock .40 22 round mags, they work extremely well and are a good length in a 35 or 22. You will be very glade you bought them.
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