Echo the “Iffy” moniker when speaking of Triple K mags, my experience with several different firearms found most would not function properly when new, some work after modifications and I have had one blow the floor plate and internals including cartridges onto my foot while firing. It is worth spending $40 and crossed fingers in the hope you get one that works. Some of the mag sellers on eBay and gunbroker do not identify manufacturer and sell triple K.
Jack, this is my personal opinion, but when you have a classic Colt like the 1903 PH, unless it is a beater, I would never detract from it by putting in an aftermarket mag. Save your money and headaches and start looking for a genuine mag. They don't come up for sale often, but they are out there, and are worth the money. Again, just my opinion; I'm a purist.
Last edited by sublimert70; 12-20-2019 at 07:14 PM.
I bought Triple K magazines for several guns. They worked on in single stack guns, but I only tried one in a double stack... that one gave me problems... The ones for the Pocket hammer and for the Pocket Hammerless have worked just fine.
As an aside, the people at 3K were very easy to work with and were very helpful.
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You can see the original magazine has a bump that engages the magazine release and it “clicks” in place. So, this Triple K magazine won’t work in a 1903. Jack