PX4 Compact Magazines
Spare PX4 Compact Magazines.
Available in standard blue finish and the NP3 Finish with bevel cut.
For all NP3 Magazines- Estimated shipping time frame is 2-3 weeks.
CALIFORNIA (AND OTHER REGULATED STATES) WARNING: We CANNOT ship magazines with a capacity over 10 rounds to CA or other regulated states at this time; if you purchase magazines with a capacity greater than is allowed by your state & local regulations, your order will be canceled and you will be refunded less a 15% restocking fee - 17 AUG 2020
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Work great. Good price.
Worth the price. Perfectly applied NP3. These mags feed perfectly and show no wear.
Factory new magazines. Good price. Easy to order. Shipment went out and was delivered in a few days. Great service as always. Highly recommend.
Very high quality mag. I have two and will purchase more.
I have purchased most of the magazines LT has for the PX4.Compact 9. I love them all. They are all born at Beretta so they have great genetics. The standard jm88400 even came in the Beretta blister package. Best thing about them other than the fact they are actual factory mags, is they are only $33.00 from Langdon. Beretta charges $39.00. Besides the standard 15 round factory mags, I've bought a couple of the extended LT special mags. They work better than I ever dreamed. I was reloading mags following my regular Monday Range Day. I finished the regular mags and picked up one of the extended NP3 coated mags. That was when I noticed just how slick these NP3 mags are. It's really amazing. I kept switching between and sliding my thumb up and down each type. I couldn't get over how slick the NP3 is. That's why I love Langdon Tactical. They give you the best products .
$79.00 May seem like a lot for a 9mm mag, but not for this Langdon version. I've purchased almost everything LT has for my compact PX4. I finally decided to pull the trigger on this magazine! Let me tell you, it is state of the art! First of all, who has a compact carry/concealed pistol with a 20 round capacity? I was in the process of loading mags to take to the range. They were all Beretta 15 round. Last, I reached for this new one from Langdon. When I started loading it, it felt different. I turned it over, inserted and ejected it a couple of times, and rubbed my thumb up and down the side. Then I picked up the factory mag and did the same. Wow! The NP3 coating on the LT mag is so slick it makes the regular Beretta mags feel sticky! It is amazing! Really! This, is the best mag I've ever owned! Try one at least! Words can't do it justice!