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Either take a family vacation or buy one. xD

Seriously, talking to LDD he said the las he'd seen were $250-$300+

LDD is the forum member to talk to for them if he has them.
 

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They do exist but will fetch more than $100ea. Keep your eyes on GT and ARFCOM classifieds for them when they turn up once in a blue moon.
 

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I was just checking to see if they actually existed first. I have a friend who's buddy is selling one an he wants 150. Is that a fair price? What would be a good price on it that I should try to snag it.
 

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Particularly if it's that expensive, make sure the mag catch slot is in good shape. Glock mags will wear out after enough use, unlike metal mags.
I have neither seen nor heard of a Glock mag wearing out either in person or on the internet. U-notch NFML have been known to crack along the witness holes on the back but it's fairly rare.
 

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I'd post pictures of the worn out mag catch notch if I didn't sell them off before they got worse. I bought a good number of preban glock 22 mags over a period of time and I noticed that after a good number of competitions, a gouge started forming around the catch notch that I believe would eventually lead to the magazine falling out of the well without depressing the button. I got more and more worried that my investment in the prebans was going to be flushed down the drain and sold them.
 

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They all do that, it doesn't mean they are worn out or non-functioning. Trim it with an xacto knife if it bothers you.
 
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