Raven Arms magazines and grips are listed on this page, other notes are at the bottom of the page.
Raven P-25/MP-25 .25ACP, 6 round, nickel plated steel body with alloy base and poly follower, factory original magazine. Made in USA. Limited to stock on hand.
Raven P-25/MP-25 .25ACP, 6 round, silver steel body with black alloy base and poly follower, factory original magazine. Made in USA. Limited to stock on hand.
Raven black grip set for guns with the sliding bar type safety heaver poly then originals, non-factory, screws NOT included, new. Limited to stock on hand.
OUT OF STOCK
Raven ivory pearl type grip set, for guns with the push up type safety, new factory production, screws included. Limited to stock on hand.
OUT OF STOCK
Many of these magazines were tested for function before packaging but this magazine may require adjustment in some models of the Raven encountered in the real world, we do not accept returns on altered or abused magazines. More information can be found at the bottom of this page.
Raven P-25/MP-25 .25ACP, 15 round, blued steel body, base and follower, new production non-factory magazine. This magazine will stick out of the gun. Made in USA. Limited to stock on hand.
OUT OF STOCK, if you want to be added to a list for this item use the "Just Ask" button at the top of this page.
Pictured above is another example of a Raven P-25/MP-25 .25ACP, 15 round, blued steel body and base with chromed follower, made in USA by D&E magazines in the early 1990's.
Raven guns have been made in different factories and with different tools and molds since 1970 because of this Raven guns will have slight dimensional variations from one production run to another. Also magazines vary from one manufacturer to another and from one production lot to another from the same manufacturer. They are not always a perfect fit. You should avoid dry firing the Raven.
Things to check if the magazine does not fit:
If the grip screws are over tightened they will prevent the magazine from being fully inserted.
Some of the guns have a magazine catch that is oversized and will not fully retract, this makes it hard to impossible to insert some new magazines. If this is the case the catch needs to be filed very slightly. To much and it will not lock the magazine in.
Some of the guns are out of spec by the feed ramp due to receiver casting problems or over-plating of the chrome in this case the gun frame will need to be adjusted to the new magazine or the magazine adjusted to the gun.
In a perfect world we would not need gunsmiths.
For more information see: MAGAZINE FITTING
Some replacement gun parts may require fitting or adjustment for proper operation
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