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I bought 5 Chip McCormick Shooting Star magazines with the plastic base pads. Do these base pads come off with the metal base underneath or do I need replace these magazines for Wild Bunch.

 

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Marshal Law

 

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        I know of 2 types of McCormick mags...the shooting star and the power mag.  One of those models does come with a removeable extended base pad.....I just don't recall which one.  Look for a scre in the bottom of the black plastic extnded pad.

 

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I have been using Wilson's and a Kim-Tec, but I recently bought a dozen military surplus and they work fine. No better no worse than the others which were more expensive.

 

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I bought 5 Chip McCormick Shooting Star magazines with the plastic base pads. Do these base pads come off with the metal base underneath or do I need replace these magazines for Wild Bunch.

 

I've gotten Shooting Star mags before that had the plastic bumpers on them.  Two screws in the bumper were removed, and voila, a naked steel base plate reveals itself!

 

Good luck, GJ

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I have a number of misc. mags that did not prove reliable enough, so I replaced them with Chip McCormick Shooting Star mags (there on sale at Midway).  I bought the ones that came with a bumper that you have to install, and just didn't install them.  That way if I would like to use them in an Action Pistol match, all I have to do is screw them in.  I've found them very reliable.
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Howdy,

 

I bought 5 Chip McCormick Shooting Star magazines with the plastic base pads. Do these base pads come off with the metal base underneath or do I need replace these magazines for Wild Bunch.

 

Thanks pards,

 

Marshal Law

 

ML

 

        I know of 2 types of McCormick mags...the shooting star and the power mag.  One of those models does come with a removeable extended base pad.....I just don't recall which one.   Look for a scre in the bottom of the black plastic extnded pad.

 

PC

 

As GJ stated the Shooting Star has the removable bumper, the powermag bumper is not removable.

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