You have to remember Springfield doesn't make those products, they just distribute them.dolanp said:I am surprised that Springfield hasn't taken advantage of the situation and flooded the market with hicaps. Seem to be expensive and harder to find.
The people in Cincinnati, Ohio also have the same rediculous 15rd restriction. Though its not enforced and everytime there's a USPSA match around there, I'm sure people who travel through the city break the local law with their 20+ round mags for their open guns.omegaic said:I've been searching high and low for 15 rd. .40 mags. Every site that actually has them refuses to ship high-capacity magazines to NJ! The kicker is that NJ allows magazines with a capacity of 15 rounds or less! What gives?! I've emailed a couple sites and have yet to get a response.
Sorry but I bought two of the springfield(15 round) mags at academy for $17+tax. It was not an aftermarket. It was all they had but were expecting more.HighVelocity said:Promag makes a 15 rounder thats pretty cheap. I bought two of them at Academy for $17 each. Yes, I know promag doesn't have a very good rep but these mags work.
Good grief, what is my XD doing to me?! I've never been so happy to spend $75 in my life! I see now that my pistol has a hold of my bankroll as effectively as my better half.packingasubcompact said:http://www.topglock.com/catalog/sunset.htm
here you go! $24.95. In stock. These guys have great service and shipping - I got my high caps here.