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Author Topic: Tripp CobraMag  (Read 2009 times)
Sigarms12
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« on: March 26, 2009, 01:31:06 PM »

Picked up two tripp CobraMags and cant say enough good things about them. Their customer service was great the mags are a little longer then a stock 1911 mag to accomidate an 8th round and they are just real nice they come in a few differnt sizes and options. I ordered them on a Thursday and had them Saturday. Cost was $32.95. They also make AR-15 Mags
You can check them out at http://trippresearch.com/
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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2017, 11:12:10 AM »

I've recently purchased new magazines for my Defender and went to the range last night to test them out with my carry loads to make sure all is well. I noticed that on my Tripp Cobra mags one has a smooth follower and the other has a bump in the middle of it. I am wondering if this was a manufacturing oversight or if it's normal. The mag fed normally and other than being a bit difficult to slide the first round over the bump on the follower gave me no issues.  Wink

I tried calling Tripp Research today but it is a Saturday so I got an answering machine. Just wondering what's y'alls thoughts are. I'll probably be calling them again on Monday for their input. I'd hate for s round to get hung up on the nub at a critical time.
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