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SIG P320/P250 Full Size 9mm 15 round magazine?
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I'm going to be moving from FL to CO later this year and need to ensure my Sig P320 9mm magazines meet state regulation. The issue that I am encountering is that I can't find any 15 round magazines, nor can I find magazine blocks that limit the 17 round magazine to 15 rounds, only ones that limit the capacity to 10 rounds. The site seemed to offer a custom block ($50 minimum purchase), but apparently this has been discontinued.

Does anyone have any other resources where I could find a 15 round limiter? I understand that I could obviously limit my capacities to 10 rounds, or buy different magazines, however this is a large drop below what is allowed in state.

Thoughts on a DIY solution, if no resources are available?

Thank you for all of your help!
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#2
I'm not really finding a solution that's commercial available. I suppose you could get something like this, and just cut down the spur at the top of the limiter.
JackRock
Lakewood, CO
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#3
Keep in mind if you owned the magazines prior to July 1, 2013 you aren't in violation.
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#4
What he said ^, plus...

Note that ANY magazine block that can be removed will run afoul of the law as being "readily converted" to over 15 rounds:

18-12-301 (2) (a) "Large-capacity magazine" means:

(I) A fixed or detachable magazine, box, drum, feed strip, or similar device capable of accepting, or that is designed to be readily converted to accept, more than fifteen rounds of ammunition;

At least I feel safer that the murders and rapists have limited magazine capacity now...

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#5
You could drill a hole and pin the mag to 15rds with a pop rivet

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(04-15-2016, 07:59 AM)mfinley919 Wrote: Keep in mind if you owned the magazines prior to July 1, 2013 you aren't in violation.

(04-15-2016, 09:45 AM)O2HeN2 Wrote: What he said ^, plus...

If he has a Sig P250, then that's a plausible situation. However, if the pistol is a Sig P320, then the plausibility goes right out the window, since its earliest introduction was 2014.

The note about being removable is a good point, though. I think the "permanent" mag blocks usually involved pining the mag body with a small rivet. I'm not sure of the specifics.
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Lakewood, CO
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