ProMag 32 Round Magazine for XD(M) 9MM

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32-rd magazine for the Springfield Armory XD(M) in 9MM.

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ProMag 32 Round Magazine for Springfield XD(M) 9MM

  • 32-round extended magazine
  • Fits Springfield Armory® XD(M)® 9mm pistols
  • Magazine body constructed of heat treated carbon steel with black oxide finish
  • Injection molded magazine follower
  • Magazine spring formed from heat treated chrome silicone wire
  • Made in USA

Any and all warranty/performance issues for this items shall be between the purchaser and the manufacturer.

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to –

Magazine Restriction Warning

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Weight 0.9 lbs

6 reviews for ProMag 32 Round Magazine for XD(M) 9MM

  1. UpRanger

    I purchased one of these XDM magazine for the sake of personal enjoyment. A 32 round magazine is quite large but when you blast 32 rounds without a reload, it is a ton of fun. A Range Novelty.

  2. Will B.

    Honestly, it didn’t work well for me. I tried to use one of the two extended mags I bought with the stock set-up from Springfield and it continuously caused my rounds to jam. I even dropped the extended mag and tried the stock mags; the stock ones worked fine but the extended ones never did. I gave up on them. Maybe they will work for you, but they didn’t for me.

  3. Dj

    I would not suggest this extended round mag, it would not reload or shoot one bullet without slide not closing properly.

  4. JW

    I think these are great and can be very advantageous in a home defense situation (or) even when your out in public for defense! But i think more for the range, i think the 19 round mags that come with the gun are what i would use because i know they work 100% of the time…when my life is threatened i am not taking the chance!!

  5. Daniel

    Bought two about a year ago. It’s hard to load, bullet scrapes on mag walls on the cutouts with FMJ. Worked somewhat better with hollow points, since they tend to be shorter. Spring when compressed, will lock up, does not operate smoothly. Follower will stay in place, gotta tap on the mag to release the spring. Works a little better with brass casings, okay with aluminum, really hates steel. I Don’t Recommend.

  6. Joseph Russo

    Thanks, I like mags

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