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M3 Grease Gun Magazine

M3 Grease Gun Magazine

Regular Price: $29.95

Special Price $19.95

52 Review(s)

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M3 Grease Gun Magazine

So, you have a United States Submachine Gun, Cal. 45, M3 do you? And you say you are looking for some magazines? Well, you have come to the right place, because if it is M3 Grease Gun magazines you want, it is M3 Grease Gun magazine you get. Oh and here is the kicker: our M3 Grease Gun magazines actually work!

SKU:  TI-0003

Availability: Out of Stock

Regular Price: $29.95

Special Price $19.95


Each Keepshooting.com magazine, including our brand new M3 Grease Gun magazine, begins with a guarantee. Our goal prior to production is the manufacture of a magazine that is not only 100 percent functional, but also 100 percent reliable – a goal that took several years to reach with this particular magazine. As such, we guarantee the function and reliability of all of our house-brand magazines 100 percent. If for any reason you are unsatisfied with the performance of your magazine, it can be returned for a refund of the purchase price provided it is free from modification, damage and visible signs of usage or wear.

How can we offer such a guarantee? Prior to release, a random sampling of every magazine we produce is rigorously field tested to ensure proper fitting, feeding and ejection. Not to mention, our magazines are manufactured using premium raw materials alongside modern manufacturing technologies. If this sounds expensive, that is because it is. But due to the number of magazines we have made, our prices are driven down and in turn passed on to you.

As noted, the M3 Grease Gun magazine is a detachable box magazine that boasts a familiar design based on the original military M3 submachine gun magazine, but with several much-needed improvement. As such, these magazines are guaranteed to fit and function reliably in any M3 submachine gun, including the M3A1 variant. This magazine is also compatible with the MAC-10 and its many variants and derivatives. The body of the magazine, which is designed to hold and feed 30 rounds of .45 ACP ammunition to your firearm, is constructed from hardened steel that has been fully heat treated. It also boasts a blued finish for enhanced protection against rust and corrosion. Additionally, both the steel spring and follower are precision manufactured to provide for reliable feeds on a consistent basis.

Features:
  • Patterned After USGI M3 Magazine
  • Holds 30-Rounds of .45ACP
  • Works With Any Gun Designed to Use USGI M3 Magazines 

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David 9/6/2013 9/6/201310:18 AM
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Superior to OEM Magazine
I just received my order of two magazines yesterday... and I am highly impressed with KeepShooting. This product is superior in every way relative to the original MPA 30rnd mag provided with the firearm. The fit and finish is clean, the rounds feed without any issues, and the construction is solid.

I placed my order on a Saturday (holiday weekend, 31AUG), and the KeepShooting order tracking system kept me informed of the progress of the order as it was processed on the next business day, shipped, and tracked (via USPS).

So, a better product, excellent service, simple and easy order process, what more can you ask for? The price from KeepShooting – is about 40% of the OEM… Need I say more?
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sloppydogdrool 18/6/2013 18/6/20139:31 PM
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Not perfect right out of the box
I bought 10. Some were a little tight fitting. Several would not load or feed properly. The follower kept getting stuck. I finally after loading and unloading a few dozen times was able to get the follower to move freely and the magazine started feeding properly. I'm dropping the quality to 4 stars since production seems inconsistent. I've only been through half the box at this point and I still have one mag that refuses to feed smoothly. Oh get the speed loader. Loading by hand royally sucks!
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Marcel 30/4/2013 30/4/201311:32 AM
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work good
these things are awesome mags, vary heavy when loaded
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RemMax 20/4/2013 20/4/201312:39 AM
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Run Beautifully
These fit and function in my 45 Uzi better than half the Mil-Surp mags I have, Plus they match the Uzi finish!
When I bought my 45 Uzi SMG, the only mags you could get for it was the 16 round Uzi Mags. Using 16rnd mags in a sub gun gets frustrating changing mags! And then the price of those 16rnd mags on top of it.
When Vector Arms came out with the replacement grip that converts your 45 Uzi to use grease gun mags I thought I finally had it made, Of course Mil-surp GG mags weren't so cheap or easy to find then either. When I found these I only picked up a couple to try them out, Once I took them to the range I was sold! These fit right in the mag well and feed the gun as fast as it can spit em out! Having them match the color of the gun don't hurt either.
I'm planning on building a 45acp Upper for one of my spare AR lowers this summer and when I do these will be the mag I use to feed it.
No worn out springs, dented mag bodies or bent feed lips on these, they are 100% brand new and work like it accordingly The best part is they cost about the same price as the questionable "Un-Issued" Mil-surp mags you run into using the originals and finding a new spring for a GG mag is not a casual chore!
If you have anything that uses GG mags these are the way to go.
RemMax
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DAINESE 16/4/2013 16/4/201312:22 AM
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Fantastic item
you will not find a mag as good as these a++++++++++++++
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