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A high-capacity magazine (or large-capacity magazine) is a firearm magazine capable of holding more than the standard number of rounds provided by the designer, or legally, a particular number of cartridges dependent on jurisdiction and kind of firearm. Typically high capacity magazines can deliver more rounds through a number of designs – drum magazines, extended box magazines or extended double stack magazines.
For legal purposes, in some jurisdictions magazines holding more than 10 rounds are considered "high-capacity." This can be problematic as typical magazine capacity is between 15 and 18 rounds for popular modern semi-automatic pistols, or up to 30 rounds for modern sporting rifles.
This is a used Rock Island 1911 A2 MS 22TCM Tac Ultra. The 9mm barrel and recoil spring is included. This pistol comes equipped with an adjustable rear sight, fiber optic front sight, picatinny rail, and VZ grips. It comes with one 17 round magazine, owners manual, and pistol case.
I purchased this during the Brady ban and payed waaay too much for it, but I’m letting go now that I’m more into the five shot group and reload thing.
Back when I was younger I never seemed to have too many issues with it. Always worked, I had a occasional hiccup but for the most part it feeds...