1911 Auto Magazine, 7 round

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We have sold probably 150,000 of our price busters, but we decided we need a new & better 1911 mag & we are very pleased with our new program. We have tested our 1st production run and are ready to roll. This is is the results of over a year of product development.  

Please check the quality features of our new magazine:
• Produced on a computer controlled high speed link press. This provides a stable platform for progressive dies & uniformity. Body tooling has 6 stages & follower tooling has 16 stages. This assures an accurate & repeatable process with less metal stress, when fewer, less radical bends are made.
• Latest technology parallel feed lip design for proper timed release of cartridge. Special for semi wad cutters, although per technical feed back semi wad cutters may require additional timing.
• Welding is done on a Yasakawa computer controlled robotic arm argon welder. Unlike some .45 mags you can’t see the seam weld on the back.
• In house quality control gages to national standard are used for checking every stage of the production.
• QC inspection involves a 2/5D video measuring machine enabling checking of every specification & keeps the record in memory.
• Springs are tested to 20,000 cycles
• Dimple designed as a mag catch override for easier mag insertion.
• Latest rounded follower design
• Mags are processed in a hot bath of sodium hydroxide, nitrates, & nitrites at 141º centigrade - This converts the surface to “magnetite”.
• All process done under specification of MIL-DTL-13924 & ASTM-D769 & ISO-11408
• The tube is carburized (case hardened) by nitriding (heat treated in a nitrogen atmosphere). This retains a tough core (ductility, flexibility, springiness & resistance to stress fractures) while producing a 46-48 HRC surface hardiness, creating scuff resistance, fatigue & corrosion resistance. Most important, it eliminates any chance for deformation of the front of the mag from cartridge inertia.
• For use in all Gov’t & Commercial 1911 pistols 1911, 1911A1 - Gov’t Series 70, Series 80, commander, Essex, Rock Island, etc. - Also the many, many, many aftermarket 1911’s.
Plus with all of the above a killer price - Only $8.95 each, 5 for $7.99 each, 10 for $7.50 each

This is half the price of most reasonable .45 mags!

OEM or Large Quantity Buyers, Contact Cholly or Dave at (610) 250-3960 ext. 223.

Check out our fabulous tooling 


43 Reviews

  • 4
    A little fitting needed

    Posted by DEREK S HALL on Aug 14th 2020

    Had to "break in" to properly fit pistol. Most other mags fit out of the box. First time had mag stick.

  • 3

    Posted by SFC Bernard Duane Offley USA Ret on Aug 12th 2020


  • 3

    Posted by Michael C DeGrothy on Aug 6th 2020

    Fed well. Did not hold slide open after last round.

  • 4
    Decent cheap mags

    Posted by John A. on Aug 5th 2020

    After having bought a couple of these for my Delisle build, they work great it in. The last round is very hard to load, but being new mags, I half expect that. I'm going to leave them loaded a while and that should loosen the spring up some I think. Finish isn't as smooth as the blued mags that I already owned so not sure how they'd function in a 1911. But for what I'm using them in, I'll probably get a couple more next payday.

  • 4
    1911 magazine

    Posted by Jose on Jul 28th 2020

    Four stars because I have not shot them yet but they fit the gun ok.

  • 5
    1911 magazines

    Posted by Billy D. Rowe on Jul 23rd 2020

    They seem to be very good. Only shot 2 magazines of ammo, no problem, and very strong springs.

  • 5

    Posted by George on Jul 21st 2020

    All 12 function perfect

  • 4
    7 round 1911 Magazines

    Posted by JERRY ELLIOTT on Jul 21st 2020

    All in all they are fine but being new they are hard to load due to the top is very tight against the sides of the mag. I'm sure with wear that will change so I'll go with 4 stars but I would not hesitate to buy more.

  • 4

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 20th 2020

    all fit my 1911 but I have not fired the gun yet to be sure the ammo feeds properly