Wilson Combat Magazine with Low Profile Steel Base Pad 1911 Compact 45 ACP 6-Round Stainless Steel

Product #: 547306 Wilson Combat #: 47OXC-HV UPC #: 874218006518
Ships 11/30/2015 from MidwayUSA
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Wilson Combat 1911 magazines are well known for their reliability and longevity. At 0.027", the magazine tube walls are one of the thickest on the market. The aircraft grade stainless steel resists corrosion and is heat treated for maximun durability and service life. The heavy duty magazine spring is long enouhg and durable enough to defeat the fatigue of years of service while still providing ample power to overcome the extra slide velocity associated with heavy loads and +P ammunition. Combine these features with the self-lubricating nylon follower and you are asured smooth round feeding and positive slide stop operation. The removable lo-profile steel basepad makes for easy maintenance and cleaning of the magazine.

  • Caliber: 45 ACP
  • Capacity: 6-Round
  • Body Material: Stainless Steel
  • Basepad: Lo-Profile Steel
  • Extras: Heavy duty spring designed to function with +P loads

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  • Wilson Combat - Disassembly and Cleaning of a Series 47 Magazine
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