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Old February 24th, 2013, 02:36 PM   #1
 
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Curiosity about Lc9 and Lc380 mags

I have both the LC9 and the LC380. Since I can't get extra mags for the LC380 yet I compared the two and they seemed identical except for the little inside strip in the 380. I loaded the LC9 mag with 380 and hand cycled a few rounds through the process. worked fine. Reloaded the 380's and took it down to the creek behind the house and fired a full mag with no problems at all. I would not recommend this as a steady diet but it will give me a backup mag until the 380s are released.

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