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Closer to $1800 - $1795, and that's with pitting on the drum and magazine part. Gah I can't imagine what one in excellent shape would be!
they said teh same thing three months ago and we havent seen squat from them.Regarding ProMag 15 round mags. I ordered 2 a week ago. Got them and they didn't fit (wouldn't lock into weapon). Complained to the seller. Told to call ProMag. Did and they said the latest were recalled due to problems. Said new ones out in 2-3 weeks. Just fyi.
Now that sounds like an awesome idea. I can't imagine any problems since you are using Hi-Point mags. The only issue would be getting the spring tension right.check out gun gallery 18+1 45acp hi-point pistol welded 2 hi-point mags togeather, longer spring,and the plastic part at the botton of the 2nd mag is #40 heat swink tubing.
why would hi point sue promag? they have no legal standing to do so. just because promag makes a crappy product doesnt mean hi point has the right to sue them.well it seems to me that Hi-Point would do a lawsuite against pro-mag for sellinga product that is inferiour and especially under their name. as for Hi point doing a r&d on a hi cap mag dont think we will see it. it has been well over a year since the thread started and they last time I called said they were NOT repeat NOT doing any HI cap mags over the standard 9 since they sell in states that 10 or more are illegal. would be nice if they would.