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We recommend that all magazines have a break in period. Please load your new magazines to full capacity and leave them to sit for 48 - 72 hours before shooting. This will allow the new tense springs to relax, take a seat and function properly.
Below is some other helpful tips on common magazine issues. If this does not fix your issue, we are happy to exchange them for you.
1) Why won't the slide stop drop on an empty magazine?
Because we use extra power springs for improved feeding and lockback your -unloaded-magazine should not allow the slide to drop when empty by using the slide release. When the magazine is loaded with ammunition it will be easy to drop the slide using the slide release.
It is not an important tactical feature for an empty magazine to allow the slide to drop over it. Flawless feeding and reliable lockback on empty are more important.
2) Why is my magazine hard to seat when fully loaded?
If your pistol is made on the high end of magazine catch/frame specifications a fully loaded, new magazine may be difficult to seat. This can often be rectified by allowing the springs to break in by leaving the magazines loaded before your first time shooting them or repeatedly loading them by hand until the springs relax and take a set. Some pistols may even require a different magazine like our ETM model that has a longer tube and is generally easier to seat.
3) Why do my 9mm magazines sometimes hang up when loading them?
To accommodate the wide variety of bullet profiles your magazine has been designed with exacting tolerances. Occasionally the follower will catch on the magazine catch notch on the tube, if this happens simply push it back in the tube with your fingernail while loading. Eventually as your magazine is used this will lessen over time.
4) Why doesn’t my pistol always reliably lock back when empty?
Even though we use the strongest magazine springs in the industry, some pistols have such excessive tolerances in the magazine well–slidestop internal lobe area that some magazines will not reliably lock back on empty even when new. This is a known problem with some Springfield Armory pistols. You may need to have a gunsmith replace, polish or fit your slide stop for proper function. This may also be an indication that your springs need replacing.
5) Why won’t my baseplates stay on?
All of our magazines baseplates are sized for a very snug fit on the bottom of the tube and with the retention plate. After installing a 1911 magazine baseplate you may need to rap the baseplate against your workbench to ensure that the baseplate is seated.
6) My pistol has a failure to eject the last round, it must be my magazines?
No, failure to extract and eject, especially on the last round, is typically a problem with the pistol’s extractor. A 1911 pistol with a loose extractor will drag the last empty case across the magazine lips on the way out of the pistol potentially ruining the magazine in the process. This usually results in a failure to eject the last round. Pistols with external extractors, clocking extractors or broken extractors can suffer from this. Make sure your pistol’s extractor holds an empty case firm against the breechface before you blame your magazine.
7) Can I use "full size' magazines in a "Compact"?
Yes and No. In a pinch you can use full-size magazines in a compact frame but it is not recommended for carry or service use since the longer magazines can over-insert into the frame on a reload causing malfunctions and damage to to your pistol. You will be better served using appropriate magazines for your pistol.