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    Question Hard to load Smith and Wesson Sigma Magazines?

    Is anyone else having a problem with the smith and wesson sigma mags. I just got mine yesterday and there are hi cap 15+1 but I can hardly fit 10 in there without forcing them in there I dont wanna break it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric1187 View Post
    Is anyone else having a problem with the smith and wesson sigma mags. I just got mine yesterday and there are hi cap 15+1 but I can hardly fit 10 in there without forcing them in there I dont wanna break it.
    Sigma Mags are pretty stiff when new. The standard Sigma 9mm mag is 16rds you shouldn't have issues until the 13th round or so. With that being said, You are aware you can not legally possess that mag in MA right?

  4. lol that's why your having trouble it's a 10 round mag lol

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    he specifically stated they are high capacity mags. and yeah, eric, if you get caught with hicap mags (over 10 rounds) made after 1994 you can lose your ltc. just some friendly advice.

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    well I was under the impression that they where high cap mags i realized after I posted this that they where only 10 rounds and I also did remember that you cant have those in mass it completely slipped my mind. That was my bad guys lol

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    First of all let's get our terminology straight. The gun is designed to hold that many rounds in the magazine. A "hi cap" magazine for this gun would be a 100 round magazine. Let's not help those individuals out there that seek to take away your rights to self defense.

    With that said, I have 14 round mags and have no problems loading mine, that last round can be a little tricky but thats any mag. I'd say it just needs some breaking in.
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    You would think that when S&W blatently copy-catted the Glock design, they would have had the sense to copy-cat a reliable magazine too.

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