Elite Tactical Systems (ETS) Glock 22 .40 S&W 15-Round Magazine
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 22, 23, and 27
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
4 customer reviews
I bought one to try and the first thing I noticed was the spring was extremely strong and also the magazine did not want to lock into my gun. I tried my glock factory mags to make sure it wasn't something with my gun and the factory mags worked flawlessly
I have a beater po-po trade in G22.2. This mag must be forced in and stripped out when full or empty. It is extremely tight in the Gen2 but fits and drops free in other full size Glocks. Feeds fine. I won't be buying any others, even as range fodder. Fits the full 15 even when new.....
Got 3 of these for my glock 31, you can squeeze the mag in the middle with your fingers and it will bend inwards, I had 2 - 4 FTF with each fully loaded mag (15 rd. )... these are garbage...
Bought 6 of these mags a month or so ago for training. The bottom portion of the base plate of the mags are not actually "attached" to the springs within the magazine. Instead they are held in place by tension. Short story is that the base plate can shift on the mags when loading and/or during impacts while moving and break loose. Good example is a tap and rack I had to perform on the range to clear a stovepipe. The entire base plate of the mag fell out when I hit the bottom of the magazine and the rounds flew everywhere...
if you are like me and beat the hell out of your mags because you train for real world scenarios, these aren't winners by any standard and I wouldn't rely on them in combat. However, if you're shooting on a budget these will work fine for the average Joe.