Sig Sauer MPX 9mm 30-Round Magazine
This Sig Sauer Magazine is a Factory Original magazine, manufactured to the same specifications and tolerances using the same materials as the OEM Magazine that came with the gun, guaranteeing optimal fit and reliable operation.
*Note: Generation 1 magazines will work in Generation 2 guns. However, for optimal performance we strongly recommend purchasing the specific generation magazines.
6 customer reviews
Great price on these MPX mags
I have purchased several of these gen1 MPX mags, great price on them and fast shipping. There is a difference between the gen1 and 2 mags, however if you are only looking to run 9mm there is no reason not to try the Gen1 mags as well at this price. I have 5 and they run just fine in my gen2 MPX with no issues.
Bought these on sale and they're the same sig mpx mag that came with the Gun.
MPX Gen1 mags
I definitely love these mags. I now have both the gen 1 and 2 magazines. As I said in my other review, the gen two mags fit slightly tight in the MPX while the gen one mags work effortlessly! I only opted to get a few of the gen two mags because I wanted to convert my MPX 9mm to .40, but I decided to make it a dedicated suppressed 9mm. So now I'll stick to the gen one mags.
Excellent product at the best price I can find. Exact magazine that came with the MPX. Fast, reliable, trackable shipping. Ordered on Wednesday night. Received it on Monday afternoon. I will definitely be making more purchases with GunMagWarehouse.com. This is a fantastic company offering what I want at a very competitive price, coupled with fast shipping.
These mags are great! I got a few of the Gen 2 variants. From my understanding, the Gen 2 mags are the ones that can be modified to take .40S&W and .357Sig. To the naked eye, there isn't anything different between the Gen 1 and Gen 2 mags (other than the tan follower in the Gen 2). There is enough of a difference in the Gen 2 that doesn't allow them to load as smoothly and release freely when pressing the mag release button.
I can't confirm that the issue was with the mags or the MPX since I only have one to test out the mags, but until they're well broken in, I don't have a problem with physycally removing the mags when I run dry. (The KRISS is my 'oh sh!t' gun).
Overall, great mags though.