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Ruger P85 - P89 - P93 - P94 - P95- Original PC9 (Police Carbine years 1996-2006) 17 RD 9mm nickel Mec-Gar MGRP8517N


$24.95

IN STOCK

Ruger P85 P89 P93 P94 P95 PC9 9MM - 17 round Mec-Gar magazine with a nickel finish and metal baseplate. These magazines fit flush with the grip yet hold 17 rounds of 9mm. 

These fit the original style Ruger (Police Carbine made from 1996 through 2006) PC9 that takes the Ruger P Series magazines. They don't fit the new Ruger PC Carbine. They are extended magazines in the original style Ruger PC9.

Constructed from certified carbon steel and features a heat treated housing and high-impact polymer or certified carbon steel follower and floorplate. The magazine spring is made of high strength type "D" music wire-the strongest wire available. TIG welding provides additional strength and a seamless finish. Each magazine surface is specially treated to ensure high corrosion resistance.

Mec-Gar is proud to be the Original Equipment Manufacturer of magazines to most of the prominent firearm manufacturers for the last 40 years including AMT - Armscor - Astra - Beretta Bernadelli - FN Browning - BUL - Charles Daly - Colt - CZ - IMI - Kel-Tec - Kimber - Llama - North American Arms - Remington - Sigarms - Smith & Wesson - Springfield Armory - STI - Standard Arms - Star - Steyr - Tanfoglio - Taurus - Walther

  • Model: MGRP8517N
  • Manufactured by: MEC-GAR



06/27/2013
George T. Langlois
5 of 5 Stars
I've bought several of these and all work perfectly in my Ruger P95. Other than a metal base and two extra rounds you can't tell them from the original Ruger 15-Round mags that came with the pistol. They lock in solid, and lock the slide back after the last round is fired. I have two of these that I've tested at the range that are used for HD ammo; the rest go out to the range frequently. Greg Cote is great for having these in stock, and ships them quickly. Haven't had any issues at all, and he continues to be my first choice for magazines. Keep up the great work.