So I was fondling an S9-A1 at Cabela's today and really liked the pistol. The only problem I had was that it had "gimped" 10rnd magazines, like the ones they make for restricted states. When I asked the salesman about it he said it was standard. What's the deal with this? I live in a state with no magazine capacity laws, and that mag looks like it could easily fit two or three more rounds. Someone had speculated that Steyr wanted to streamline production by making only 10rnd mags suitable for all locales, but they have both 17rnd and 10rnd mags for the M and C pistols. Is there anywhere I can get a proper full-capacity magazine? I would just carry 17rnd magazines in it but they stick out a bit, which defeats the purpose of the short grip. Also I don't want to modify .40 S&W magazines as this would be a defensive weapon. If there are no full-capacity options, I'm not going to buy the pistol. It's really sad because I fell in love with it at the store.