MAX-9® 12-Round, 9MM Luger Magazine

MAX-9® 12-Round, 9MM Luger Magazine
Item Number: 90715
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This E-Nickel Teflon® coated, hardened steel Genuine Ruger® Factory Magazine is compatible with the MAX-9® pistol. This magazine comes with an extended floorplate installed. It is not compatible with other Ruger 9mm pistols. This Genuine Ruger® Factory Accessory is made in the USA.

12-round magazines are not available in all states and locales. Ruger cannot bill to or ship 12-round magazines to the following states and cities: California; Boulder, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii; Cook County, Highland Park, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Washington State, Washington DC. DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT if you live in these locations.

WARNING: Discharging firearms in poorly ventilated areas, cleaning firearms, or handling ammunition may result in exposure to lead and other substances known to the State of California to cause birth defects, reproductive harm, and other serious physical injury. Have adequate ventilation at all times. Wash hands thoroughly after exposure.

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Max 9 12 round mags 7/18/2023
I bought the 2 pack of 12 round mags. Neither of them will hold 12 rounds. I did manage to get 11 rounds into one of them ...the other one will only hold 10.
awesome 7/7/2023
I have 3 and all are flawless. Ive never tried loading with my hands, I always use a maglula and 12 rds is no problem. Wish they sold the 12rd floorplate though.
12th round takes large effort. 5/15/2023
When I first bought these, 10 rounds was the maximum that could be loaded. After I removed the spring-seat and re-seated it, I was able to load all 12 rounds.
Disappointed not 12rnd 5/9/2023
I have several Ruger rifles and handguns and I have to say this is the first time I have been really disappointed. I have 2 of these and I can barely get 11 in one(with a lot of pressure) and the other one only 10. One of the selling points I considered for lightweight carry was the magazine capacity....guess I should have just bought two 10 round mags
- Jim F., NC
A 10 or at most 11 round 11/9/2022
11 rounds can be stuffed into the "12" round mag but I just put 10 into both 10 & 12(11) round mags in my new Max-9. Ok, I have owned an LC9 for years, 7 round mag. It's ok but never really liked the grip. Love the improvements on the Max-9 except for the mags. The Max is what the LC should have been in the first place. Haven't fired the Max yet but so far I love what I see and feel in my hand.
What was Ruger thinking? 3/20/2022
Ok, I love the fundamentals of this magazine, but Ruger really dropped the ball on two simple details. 1. They didn't use an orange follower. If you look at the magazines for the Security-9 on this site, you will see they already understand the utility of a more visible follower color. There would be minimal additional cost if any. Considering this pistol came after, they should have included this feature from the beginning. 2. The holes for viewing how many rounds are in the magazine stop at 10. I understand that Ruger is saving the cost of using different magazine bodies on the 10 round v. The 12 round. Since the floor plate is the only real difference it does make sense for Ruger to manufacture one body. We even appreciate their cost saving strategies with their low prices at the gun counter. Frustratingly, I now have to find a drill press and make a hole myself. Not ideal for a $50 magazine.
C Dustin
Not a 12 round magazine. 2/18/2022
This it the exact same size as the 10 round but with a larger pinky grip plate. The side view window only says 10 and you can't fit anything more then 10 rounds in it. So this is a 10round mag, not 12.
Excellent Factory Magazine 9/3/2021
I have purchased several of these magazines for my RUGER MAX-9. I have fired several hundred rounds through each magazine and all performance flawlessly. I like that they are made in the USA. These magazines are at the cost point of most factory magazines. In my years of shooting, I have discovered that it is always best to use factory magazines.