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What is a good source for good magazines. what should i expect to pay for a XD 40 mag.

I don't mind the 10 rounders if they're quite a bit cheaper, i already have 3 hi caps, i just want more for the range.
 

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My suggestion would be to try either Old School
or Ajames, both are listed in my signature.

If the are out, try CDNN. Running costs are $20-
$24, according to whom you buy from. By the way,
I suggest factory mags only, no after market.

Ed
 

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Ed Ely said:
My suggestion would be to try either Old School
or Ajames, both are listed in my signature.

If the are out, try CDNN. Running costs are $20-
$24, according to whom you buy from. By the way,
I suggest factory mags only, no after market.

Ed
You beat me to it, we posted at exactly the same time ;)
 

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ok thanks guys, i've been watching ebay too, I might try the next gun show too. I'm just always nervous aboutgetting stuff off ebay.
 

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You can get the 12rd .40 for $19.86 from Natchez. Not sure what the shipping charge will be though.
 

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I just posted this in another thread, so I'm sorry for the repeat, but it's relevant here...

Bud's Gun Shop sells factory XD mags for 16.53 ea, plus (rather high) shipping. If you're buying several so the shipping per mag is less, I don't think you'll beat it. I just bought 5 12-rounders plus a Pearce (for one of my SC mags) for $109 shipped...and that included an extra $2+ for using a credit card. If you buy 10, it looks like it'd work out to about $19 ea. shipped. They take a few days (5 in my case) to process your order, but if you're just wanting the best price I think they have it. Nothing wrong with paying a few bucks more and supporting the XD-specialists, though, and if you're just buyng one or two at a time they may be net-cheaper.

http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/products_id/13377
 
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