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Old 05-09-2000, 03:28 PM
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Detonics/Sentinel




Can anyone tell me if the Wilson Sentinel mags will fit flush in a Detonics Combat Master? Can someone with a Sentinel measure their mag, and tell me how long they are from the mag catch to the top of the basepad (to compare to the catch-to-baseplate measurement on my Detonics mags)?
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Old 05-27-2000, 04:21 AM
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I have purchased several Wilson Sentinal Magazines for my Detonics CombatMaster MKVI. They extend about 1/8" - 3/16" past the bottom of the grip. I installed a Ed Brown mag well with removable well and they fit and look great. I epoxy a 1/8" solid rubber O ring piece to the top of the pad at the front. The O ring just compresses as the mag locks into place preventing play and over insertion. Just cut the Home Depot O ring with a razor blade to the size needed. I feel the Wilson magazines are superior to the stock Detonics or the Metalform replacements from Brownell's. I have the 6 and the 8 round Sentinal mags. Without the mag well your mag will stock out the grip a little but less than an Officers Model Mag.
Bob
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