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ETS offers some of the best Glock magazines on the market. Their transparent smoke polymer enables you to see your rounds making for a stunning visual. These magazines have been torture tested without fail.

Fits the Glock 17, 18, 19, 26, and 34

ADVANCED POLYMER BENEFITS

Extreme Impact Resistance - Won't crack or break when dropped
Very resistant to harsh chemicals Superior heat, cold and UV resistance - Won’t become brittle over time even when exposed to harsh environments or extreme cold
Translucent body - Allowing you to see your ammo count and type
Creep resistant - The feed lips and body won't spread when being stored long term even when fully loaded

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Anyone used one of these with a PSA ar 9 lower?

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I have 5 used 27rd ones if anyone wants them for $10 each

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Still have these?

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Still have these?

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Are the magazines still available?

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Thats good to know it will work in my Glock 18 in case I ever get one

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IMHO, after a lot of use along side the OEM Glock mags, ETS are very close to being just as good with no issues ever.

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I only have one of these mags. I bought it just to pad an order up to free shipping level, so I basically got it for free. I've run hundreds of rounds through it in two Glock pistols and a Kel-Tec Sub 2000. It's never malfunctioned. I was pleasantly surprised at how reliable it is.

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I was sure these would be crap but I have ran about a thousand rounds through one mag, most of it in full auto through a post-sample 9mm AR and I have not had a single problem with it. I wouldn't carry one but for range mags I would not hesitate. I am going to order several more. Nice to be able to tell at a glance how much ammo remains, especially if you mill a witness hole in your mag well.

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Also - I’ve had very good luck with Korean made SGM tactical 33 round glock mags, constructed of the same design as factory glock mags. Those mags are also the mags that IV8888 used in his glock burnout video, icy performed perfectly. Price is (was?) very comparable.

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I need to test this theory, but I think that these are similar to the magpul glock mags in that they are reliable with brass cases ammunition, but not with steel. I have quite a few of them, stopped running them because of problems feeding (rounds were jammed down inside of mag, a slap made them jump to the top) and eventually got a bunch of magpul GL9s, and they had the same issue.

After much research and minimal testing, I discovered that magpul glock mags don’t run steel cased ammo well, but you can lubricate the mag and that generally solves the issue of jamming within the body.

I’m not against using steel case, that’s nearly all I train with.

TLDR:

I have had similar problems with these and magpul glock mags, I solved the Glock mag issue by using brass cased ammo or simply oiling the interior.

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I haven't shot steel cased ammo with mine. Steel would probably wear out the feed lips faster.

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Great mag and cheaper at Botach.

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I have seen these go for slightly less, but this is a very fair price and they don't gouge on shipping

I got 3 of the 31 rounders, upgraded them with generic +2 baseplates. All 3 ran perfectly at the range. Springs are REALLY strong. Build quality is way above the KCI's and other asian mags. I recommend 'em.

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Do you have to upgrade the base plate for them to be reliable or what?

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I have found these mags to have weak springs. When I want to train for malfunctions. I run these.

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I like to train against malfunctions. I don't know why you would want to train for malfunctions.

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