Description

The ETS Glock 18 9mm 31-round capacity magazine is ergonomically designed for easy handling and is compatible with Glock® and aftermarket floorplates. Their specially designed floorplate makes disassembly simple. The advanced polymer will return benefits such as extreme impact resistance, harsh chemical resistance, and high performance in any conditions. Its translucent body allows the user to see their ammo count and type. When storing your magazines long term the feed lips and body won’t spread.
SKU: 7782062
UPC: 854094005171
MFR#: GLK-18
Capacity: 31 Rounds
Fits: Glock 17, 18, 19, 26, and 34
Compatible with: Gen 1 - Gen 4 Glocks® and PSA 9mm Billet and Forged Lowers designed to use Glock®-style magazines

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I only have a sample size of 1 but my ETS mag is horrible. I have multiple failures per magazine when using steel, and about 1 failure per 50 shots with brass. My KCI and SGM mags by comparison are far more reliable.

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Where's the deal? These were 10 for $100 just a few months ago from PSA. Heck, I can buy theses locally for the same $14 a pop.

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Because not everyone wants to buy 10 nor is the price "a few months ago" useful if you need something today?

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Um, this is gun.deals, and there's no deal here, today, with this product. If u need one and "have to have one today" then price is pretty much irrelevant and you pay what you have to pay. But again, if you're looking for a deal on these, this ain't it and I would suggest you hold off on purchasing until an actual deal comes along.

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Uh, according to the "Price History Chart" above the average price hovers around $19-ish so 27% off is a pretty decent....deal. Not the greatest price ever but it is better than waiting for COVID-19 panic buying to end, stores to restock, and prices to settle back down again. When would that be, around this time 2021 or maybe 2022? Not all of us live to recount those days when you could buy a 500 round box 22LR at Woolworths for $3.99.

BTW, "a few months ago" was actually 10 months ago....
https://gun.deals/product/ets-glock-18-9mm-31-round-polymer-magazine-smo...

You're that guy who has a list of imaginary things, in a imaginary basement, he paid for using imaginary money, that he saved imaginary millions on talking to real people who spend real money on tangible items.

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LMAO and you're that guy that always knows everything about everything. Just as an fyi...a few months ago was Dec. 2019. Sorry if you missed the deal at that time, but they were $9.99 with free shipping on 10 or more. Hope you have better luck next time around.

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LMAO and you're that guy that always knows everything about everything....until he is proven wrong.. Just as an fyi, I already addressed this wasn't the same price as the deal that required you to purchase TEN at a time. Completely different buying 5 vs 10 of something. Hope you have better luck next time around.

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This is a pretty good deal and a decent magazine but PSA takes 10-15 business days to process and ship your order. They claim the delay is due to high order demand.

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Sub 2K shoots everything I put in these no problem and check Botach for better deal.

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Botach deal is better

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These feed brass 100% in my experience, but only about 75% using steel. Steel cases have too much friction against the fed lips and jam constantly.

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Same experience as Ragnar. Too many jams in my sub2k and G19/26 using Russian ammo. Only slightly better with American brass. IMO get factory Glock mags.

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Stay away!

I have more than 10 of these, and while I’ve only tried a few, they have been terrible with Wolf and Tula. Either the follower or rounds jam and get stuck in the body, not allowing them to feed the next round. I’ve seen this with the ones I’ve tried in ar9s, glocks and just hand unloading the mags.

On the other hand, I’ve had near perfect success with SGMT Korean made glock mags, with only one having occasional problems, but the rest work great.

My go to is still glock, however.

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Have six of them from botech sales. They run just fine in my new frontier ar9. Also a have couple of magpul 15 rounders plastic is much nicer and thick. Ets have had about 90-120 rounds though them so far. No complaints but would like to buy a couple glock brand 33rd.

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These are for photo shoots... look cool on instagram... I got one for free when I bought an ar9. They are junk. I’d NEVER USE THESE to protect my self or my family

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Yes, pm me

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Click on my screen name

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Can I get one of them

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I have these (2) unused locally, pm me

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How do I PM you in this thing......

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Anybody have experience with these mags in a ar9 pistol with 2nd gen Echo trigger?

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No echo trigger but I just went through 2 different 31 round ets mags 3 different times in an AR9 pistol and they were flawless. I was surprised, when you load them they look all janky like there's no way they're going to work. But they do. I loaded them with an ETS speedloader too. Also worked great!

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Cool. I have ETS ar15 mags and they run fine with no problems. I have 1 of these 9mm mags for my ar9 pistol but I'm not finished with it yet. You're right too, the spring looks all messed up when loaded...or partially loaded.

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