My google fu sucks but does anyone know where to get affordable p95 mags? :?:
It's not for me...it's for a buddy that lives too far to make driving feasible and he doesn't use the internet. :screwy:Suburbbus said:When I had a Ruger P95, I tried a pro-mag and ended up just biting the bullet (sorry) and buying one directly from Ruger.
You mean you cannot get a discount through Patrick's?
I have only 2 "Ruger" mags they are 10 rounders. I also have 2 15, 2 17, and 2 33 round after market magazines that I have used for the last 10+ years without any problems whatsoever!seajay said:Just stay away from aftermarket brands on Ruger mags. I have yet in 17 years found any other brand that functions properly. However I have a 15 round promag I will give you for free. It's not worth that much but it's never been fired because the ammo falls out of it before you can get it in the gun.
Agreed. I have 2 17 rnd mags from them. Never had an issue. Now that I no longer have a P95 I'm sending them to my Dad for his Ruger.Rugerer said: