Generally it is accepted practice to have 3 mags on hand for a pistol to be “useable”. And that is true. For people who don’t really shoot that much.
But if you are a person who measures the number of rounds fired per year by multiples of 1000, three mags is the long way around to the barn door.
Here is how I generally do it: I like to have at least 10 magazines. I sit under the shelter and load them all at once, while drinking water and performing other admin tasks.
Once that is complete, I move into the next training iteration. Wether I am running and gunning or doing 1-R-1’s, I go through all the loaded magazines. When empty, I log rounds fired and any other performance data generated.
Head back to the shelter and start the process over again.
Here is the latest package from Wilson. 4 more 18rd magazines, a pack of Shok-Buffs, EDC X9 takedown tool, and one of their schematic EDC X9 / X9L mats.
“Shooting Guns & Having Fun”