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Offline homewrecker07

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Re: Magazine Compatibility Master List
« Reply #165 on: December 20, 2016, 04:34:36 PM »
Is there an already existing google doc that has all this?


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Re: Magazine Compatibility Master List
« Reply #166 on: December 20, 2016, 07:30:32 PM »
Is there an already existing google doc that has all this?

Nope
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Offline nmcarbine

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Re: Magazine Compatibility Master List
« Reply #167 on: January 04, 2017, 09:54:54 PM »
Are these the correct mags for the SAR Arms B6P 9mm?

http://www.tombstonetactical.com/catalog/eaa/sar-b6-full-size-magazine-9mm-17rd/

Just want to make sure I got the right ones before ordering...  Thanks!

I have one in my hand and the printed label on the wrapper says B6P 17+1 and they are what I sell with and are identical to what is with the K2P so I assume they are the correct ones.

Offline nmcarbine

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Re: Magazine Compatibility Master List
« Reply #168 on: January 10, 2017, 01:25:55 PM »
I am discussing a new magazine I got in another thread, but thought I would mention it here for added thread value and hopes there is more information about the mag.  The mag was sold to me by the distributor as a SAR K2P mag, but the mag was stamped "MG WIT 9-SF" and had a metal base plate similar to what the K2P mag has, but the mag seems to be slightly longer and the leading edge of the mag, where it would meet the feed ramp, has been cut different and there is a hole in the face of the mag none of my SAR or TF mags have.

Offline nmcarbine

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Re: Magazine Compatibility Master List
« Reply #169 on: January 21, 2017, 04:37:14 PM »
As an add-on to the story, the mag sold for the K2P marked as a Witness mag fit the Witness and the K2P.  Then I ordered the Witness version with the plastic base plate and it fits the Witness, but not the K2P, the base plate is too thick (high) I guess as it doesn't engage the mag release.  I am guessing some grinding or filing could rectify the situation.

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TriStar C-100 does not "lock" magazines from native CZ-75 Compact
« Reply #170 on: February 11, 2017, 08:17:00 AM »
In early 2016, at the time I bought myself a hybrid CZ-75 Compact (i.e. my CZ Compact has an official build model # 99003 which is company sanctioned cross between a P-01 and a Compact D PCR), I also bought my wife a TriStar C-100 whose magazines match (capacity-wise) to my CZ compact. The TriStar is a beautiful clone, by the way, and is more than $200 less than the original. I got it for her so she would have the same quality for any carry or personal defense weapon that I would carry in a compact.


Anyway, I was disappointed to find out the TriStar C-100 does not "lock" in the CZ compact magazine I insert.  The reverse situation, though, does not have the same problem: My CZ compact correctly receives a magazine from the TriStar C-100.


Has anyone else had this same observation? And, in this type of general situation, is there a best course of action to follow? (perhaps, contact TriStar first, followed by a who-cares rejection from them, or maybe get a response of "yeah, we know about that, send us the two original TriStar magazines and we'll replace them") ??


I'm not about to take on any milling operation myself.


Thanks in advance for your replies.


-WB
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