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Old 06-14-2012, 10:07 AM   #1
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I bought a box full of handgun cleaning tools and brushes at a yard sale. In the box was a double clip webbed leather magazine holder with 2 x 12 round magazines. I'm sure they're Sig Sauer, but I'm not sure what caliber they are. I put some .40 round loads in them and they fit perfect. I don't have 9mm rounds or I'd have tried those too. Is there any way to determine what rounds these mags really fit? These mags don't fit my pistol, but I need to know the caliber to sell them. Thank you for your help.
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Old 06-14-2012, 10:13 AM   #2
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9's will go into 40 mags but i've never tried a 40 into a sig 9 mag

if they're not marked sig, pxxx, made n italy i wouldn't put a lot of faith in selling them.
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I beg to differ with you. These aren't cheap magazines. I've been around handguns for a long while. They function pretty well as far as I see. The springs are strong and the casing is solid, not tin like. I do appreciate your input.
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me too.
well let me put it this way, no marking's, i wouldn't buy them from you.
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.40-caliber.

The .357 Sig mags will not take .40-cal rounds, and no one makes 12-round 9mm nor .380 mags for Sig weapons.
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.40-caliber.

The .357 Sig mags will not take .40-cal rounds, and no one makes 12-round 9mm nor .380 mags for Sig weapons.
The P250 Subcompact in 9mm takes a 12 rnd mag.
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