Carry an extra or don't carry an extra mag, that's the question

Always. Extra mag on my person, another two in my vehicle center console as well as a box of 50 extra rounds.

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Agreed but should not and will not are two different things.

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Agree 100 percent also @Jason137

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Not at all @Jason137, the prosecutor will throw everything at you. Having a spare mag will make no difference. It could be argued that you had a lollipop in your mouth, why didn’t you just hit them on the head with that instead???

I have my extra mag on my side all the time. I have an urban mag and rural mag. The urban mag has regular SD rounds , the rural, the first 2 rounds are the CCI snake shot rounds

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Thanks for the input guys. I think a spare mag is about to become part of what I carry. Even if only one round is fired, any and everything will be questioned but if I have to fire 20+, and I live, that’s a win.

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You do know, revolvers can fail. And it takes a lot more than a spare mag to get them back up and shooting. :grinning:

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I do but I have been shooting revolvers for years and have had no significant problems. On the other hand semi-autos are a pain in the taboo! You may be a “Sprayer” wanting three mags with 15 rds each.

Sprayer? What do you mean?

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Spray and pray- Pull the trigger nonstop, in a wide motion, not aiming for anything, and pray you hit something.

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That’s a question that I wanted to ask someone, and would you still carry extra even if you had double stack

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Never leave the house without extra ammo. My carry is a Springfield 45xds. Single stack,so extra mags are essential to me.

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Sprayer what do you mean?

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Yes my M&P 2.0 subcompact is double stack and I carry an extra mag with it.

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Welcome to the family and god bless you.

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That’s what I’m figuring he means but he has not responded yet. :+1::+1:

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Yes. Magazine failures can happen, and humans can hit the mag release instead of the slide release… I don’t mind having extra ammo, but I really carry the extra mag in case their is some type of failure, that can be fixed faster with a fresh mag.

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SPRAYER DEFINITION: To spray an an area with rounds hoping to hit something.

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To spray an area with rounds hoping to hit something!

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@Larry115 Are you saying I’m a sprayer?

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No not really but a lot of people are

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