Despite current mainstream rhetoric, there are plenty of reasons to have high-capacity magazines and plenty of options to choose from.
Good things are better in pairs. That's why we're loving this two pack of factory OEM mags for the Ruger MK IV chambered in .22LR.
The Ruger LCP Max with the 12-round magazine allows me to have a small gun with plenty of ammo. With a 2nd mag in my front pocket, I can carry 24 rounds of ammo with ease.
Magazines that come in different colors are gaining in popularity, but not just for aesthetic reasons. Here's why you might want to think twice about color-coded mags.
The more ammo carried the better, and the Sig M17 extended mag adds four rounds to your carry. It is a great addition to your inventory.
Somehow, S&W managed to pack 12 rounds into the CSX magazine. We're not sure how, but it's a marvel of engineering. Let's take a closer look.
Jeremy Stone tests the new 30-round KCI mag for the B&T APC9/GHM9 carbine. How does it compare to the factory mag? You may be surprised!
These ETS Gen 2 AR-15 30-round magazines are built to last. Here's how they're holding up after nearly 800 rounds through different firearms.
High-capacity mags are great, we all know, but size, shape, and weight can be an issue. How does the casket mag compare to a drum mag?
Magazine veteran ProMag steps up with a Glock 44 magazine that means business: an 18-rounder that looks and acts like the Glock OEM mags but with the extra rounds we craved from the start.