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Old 03-09-2014, 2:06 PM
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Arrow WTS: 1911 Magazine, 7rd .45ACP, Steel, NEW $8.95 at APEX Gun Parts

M1911/M1911A1 pistol magazine, .45ACP, 7 round capacity, matte blued steel, NEW. $8.95

Sold individually.



We are very pleased with these new magazines.
These are the results of over a year of product development.

Listed here are the quality features of this new magazine::

• Produced on a computer controlled high speed link press.
This provides a stable platform for progressive dies & uniformity.
Body tooling has 6 stages & follower tooling has 16 stages.
This assures an accurate & repeatable process with less metal stress, when fewer, less radical bends are made.

• Latest technology parallel feed lip design for proper timed release of cartridge.
Special for semi wad cutters, although per technical feed back semi wad cutters may require additional timing.

• Welding is done on a Yasakawa computer controlled robotic arm argon welder.
Unlike some .45 mags you can’t see the seam weld on the back.

• In house quality control gages to national standard are used for checking every stage of the production.

• QC inspection involves a 2/5D video measuring machine enabling checking of every specification & keeps the record in memory.

• Springs are tested to 20,000 cycles.

• Dimple designed as a mag catch override for easier mag insertion.

• Latest rounded follower design.

• Mags are processed in a hot bath of sodium hydroxide, nitrates, & nitrites at 141º centigrade - This converts the surface to “magnetite”.

• All process done under specification of MIL-DTL-13924 & ASTM-D769 & ISO-11408.

• The tube is carburized (case hardened) by nitriding (heat treated in a nitrogen atmosphere).
This retains a tough core (ductility, flexibility, springiness & resistance to stress fractures) while producing a 46-48 HRC surface hardiness, creating scuff resistance, fatigue & corrosion resistance.
Most important, it eliminates any chance for deformation of the front of the mag from cartridge inertia.

• For use in all Gov’t & Commercial 1911 pistols 1911, 1911A1 - Gov’t Series 70, Series 80, commander, Essex, Rock Island, etc. - Also the many, many, many aftermarket 1911’s.

These magazines are new from the factory & clean/dry, they may require the application of a few drops of your favorite gun oil where the follower meets the back/inside of the magazine body.

This is half the price of most reasonable .45 magazines!

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These and many other kits/parts/barrels/magazines are available for sale on our web site.

APEX Gun Parts
719-481-2050 ORDER LINE
Mon-Fri 8am to 4pm Mountain time

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M1911/M1911A1 pistol magazine, .45ACP, 7 round capacity, matte blued steel, NEW. $8.95
APEX Gun Parts

719-481-2050 Order Line
3105 North Stone Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Mon-Fri 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Mountain time

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