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This is a 9mm 15-round magazine for Glock 19 pistols

Providing a high-value alternative to expensive factory Glock magazines, KCI Glock magazines are perfect for rough use, tactical drills, and any other application that might put aggressive wear on magazines and equipment.

These standard capacity Glock 17 magazines feature the same polymer and steel construction as the factory originals, with heat-treated chrome silicon internal spring wire and compatibility with Glock magazine accessories. Designed for use with Gen 3 or later Glocks.

Get practical functionality at a better price with KCI Korean Glock magazines.  

SKU#: KOREA9G19R

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Why does it state these are Glock 17 mags??? “These standard capacity Glock 17 magazines feature the same polymer...”

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Anyone else having problems loading 17 round KCI magazines to capacity? The 33 rounders work perfectly.

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Classic firearms has them 6.99$ each deal of the week. ! Started today! I bought 8 of them and shipping was 7$

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Ordered 2 for my Glock 19. Seem to function like stock mags. Haven’t taken them to the range yet (maybe this weekend) but they latch and fall free like stock mags.

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$4.95 shipping for two mags. Outdoor Limited has them for $7.95 each and shipping for 2 mags is $2.71

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It's completely hit or miss with KCI I've had a few that worked really well and I've had a few that were really unreliable. IMHO you're better off spending a little more and getting a factory mag

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I have not bought any products from this seller so I can't comment on them but these kci mags are not even good for the range. They hang up after releasing mag, so they don't drop, after using for 2 separate gun range outtings three of the 5 I bought for my Glock 19 will fall out after a few rounds fired, I have not had any issues with feeding out of the 15rd mags but the higher capacity mags consistently miss feed. I thought these were a good deal for range mags but I would have rather paid the extra $12 and got Glock mags now.

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Where are you getting Glock mags for $12?

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As far as the seller is concerned, I think they are decent. I primarily used them to stock up on Magpul AR mags. S&H is a bit of pain considering many other retailers offer free S&H on many of their sale items, but it's not exorbitant. I have used these mags for the range with my G19 as well (hate loading mags at the range) and I have not had any issues with feeding or releasing, but I have upgraded my G19 a bit. Just as warrencr86 mentioned, it may be hit and miss. My friend uses them in his stock G19 and mentioned a few release issues when they were brand new, but after a couple of trips to range, he couldn't tell the difference between these and OEM mags. IMHO, I would not use them in my EDC, but I have no problem using them at the range.

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This kinda bums me out. I didn't order this but waiting on my single stack 1911 fifteen round mags to arrive tomorrow. Same manufacturer. Good thing I only ordered 2 at $14 each.... ....I'm only ordering the Wilson Combat mags 8 rounds when I discover your knowledge is true.

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High capacity mags for single stack 1911 must have a sleeve or some sort of mechanical way to stop and prevent the mag from being over inserted into the mag well, as that will create feeding and slide cycling problems

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