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I was really getting frustrated when I discovered that the magazine release button was really hard to press (had to use two thumbs) on my XD Service 9mm. I was contemplating getting a larger one, but never got around to it.

One day I was organizing my accessories when it dawned on me. I slipped the original magazine, fully loaded into my gun(the stainless OEM magazine) and locked it into place. To make a long story short (too late), the button was no longer a pain to press!

So, obviously the problem was the aftermarket magazine that I was using. So, if any of you are contemplating a Pro Mag magazine, I strongly advise you buy another original instead.
 

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I was really getting frustrated when I discovered that the magazine release button was really hard to press (had to use two thumbs) on my XD Service 9mm. I was contemplating getting a larger one, but never got around to it.

One day I was organizing my accessories when it dawned on me. I slipped the original magazine, fully loaded into my gun(the stainless OEM magazine) and locked it into place. To make a long story short (too late), the button was no longer a pain to press!

So, obviously the problem was the aftermarket magazine that I was using. So, if any of you are contemplating a Pro Mag magazine, I strongly advise you buy another original instead.
I have had nothing but issues with every mag but the 20rd mag they make.
 

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Don't feel like the Lone Ranger... Hardly anyone has anything good to say about ProMag's pistol mags. I'm kinda surprised that nobody warned you off before you bought.
 
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