I use the Colt .380 Govt 7rd mags in my Mustang. Your pinky finger fit over the extended mag perfectly.
I have the exact same problem with Aguila ammo in my Colt 380. It seems to handle everything else though.My blued Colt .380 is fun, mostly use at 25 yard range with 95 grain ammo. Win 380 service grade is flat point which makes nice holes in paper targets; leaves big spot on steel. My gun won't extract Aguila ammo or cases though.
I have wondered about using +P ammo in my stainless pocketlite. I have not seen a discussion about the pressure developed with +P and I've been reluctant to experiment. Are you aware of any reliable info about using +P in a Colt Mustang Pocketlite? Thanks.I bought my pocketlite last year and it has been great. I also carry it everywhere I go in my DeSantis pocket holster. I haven't found a round that won't work in it. My concealed carry round is Buffalo Bore's +P JHP. It ramps velocity for 8xx fps up to 1175 fps. It's one of the few .380 rounds that pass the FBI ballistic gel test.
Colt, as a matter of policy, doesn't recommend +P ammo in any of their guns. I searched the web and found a good deal of info on +P rounds in the pocketlite. None of which reported any problems with running the rounds. Try You Tube if you're interested. Remember, there are no official +P ratings by SAAMI for .380 rounds. That means all +P .380 rounds are not regulated. I fired enough +P rounds through my Pocketlite to "proof" the ammo in the gun. I don't shoot +P rounds in my guns for target practice. For that I shoot standard pressure FMJs.I have wondered about using +P ammo in my stainless pocketlite. I have not seen a discussion about the pressure developed with +P and I've been reluctant to experiment. Are you aware of any reliable info about using +P in a Colt Mustang Pocketlite? Thanks.