- Bersa Thunder 9 UC,
- Browning Hi Power,
- CZ 2075 Rami,
- FMK 9C1,
- KelTec P11,
- SCCY CPX-1, SCCY CPX-2,
- Sig P365,
- Smith & Wesson 6904,
- Springfield XD9 SubCompact, Springfield XD40 SubCompact, Springfield XD M.2 SubCompact, Springfield XDM 9 Compact, Springfield XDM 40 Compact
- Taurus Millenium PT111, PT111 Pro, PT111 G2C, 24/7 Pro Compact, 24/7 G2c
- Walther P99
Wherever you carry your spare magazines, you can be certain that dirt and dust will always get inside of them. Proper care of our firearms usually means regular cleaning and lubrication, but how often do we disassemble our magazines and clean the dirt and gunk out of them?
What's worse, even a drop from a short height can bend or dent a magazine.What may not seem important upon first glance can actually interfere with the ammunition inside of the magazine. Imagine squeezing the trigger in a high stress situation only to find that the next round your life was counting on is stuck inside the magazine.
Shield yourself from the dangers of damaged ammo and jammed magazines with Ammo Armor. It'll be the best $10 you ever spent, and the cheapest insurance you'll ever see on sale.
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Would not buy again.Ammo Armor item is 1" too long for magazine. This is a made to fit numerous magazines per packaging. I have numerous others from other guns that fit correctly.
I ordered four of these mag protectors for my Sig P365. Two in black and Two in FDE. The next day I called to change the order to replace one of the black holders with one that fits the LCP magazine. Customer service was great and the switch was made without hassle. Received all four a few days later. Very sturdy and look like they'll take some abuse i.e. drops and tossed in the range bag. Which means the magazine itself will be well protected. The mags insert easily yet firmly. The cut out at the bottom is nice for an easy grip on the mag when taking it out of the protector. These are great for a range bag, tossing an spare in an EDC bag or tossing a spare mag in a pocket. Don't have to worry about the mag getting damaged by keys or whatever else is in the pocket. Thumbs up.