Thermold Glock 9mm 22-Round Polymer Magazine
The Thermold Glock 9mm is a 22-Round Polymer Magazine specifically designed to be compatible with Gen 1 through Gen 4 Glocks. It is intended to provide prime performance with its floor plate making it easy to maneuver and grab from mag pouches. With its black Zytel Nylon construction, it will hold up to the toughest environments.
7 customer reviews
LOAD AND LEAVE
These are just like the korean mags i'v bought. Load all 22 rounds in the mag and leave it loaded for at least a week. Then unload it and reload it and shoot not a single jam with any type of ammo in AR15/9mm,just right carbine,3 glocks and 2 styles of subguns at work.
Bought one of these units as a trial for my KelTec Sub2000. As it will accept Glock 9mm magazines, I thought I would try one out.
Immediately, it was evident that while it did fit into the magazine well, it did NOT lock in, however, it did work with the Glock 26.
Now, I also purchased 4 of the ProMag Glock 9mm 32-Round Black Polymer Magazine which worked on both my Glock and KelTec.
If you are thinking of purchasing one of these for a KelTec...don't...go with the ProMag.
Additionally, I did fire away with the ProMags...worked like a charm. I will use the Thermold as a backup for my Glock, or give it to my neighbor.
Bought 5 of these at this price just to see.
Loaded 2 about 10 days ago just to stress the springs a bit. One had 22 rounds, one had 20. Took them to the range today and both cycled flawlessly until empty.
Will purchase a few more !
OMG such a BAD magazine
I bought 4 of these thinking and hoping they would be a great deal. But they are not, in my line of work (LE) I need to be able to depend on my Mags, I've had these for awhile now but still within my 60 day return and yes I will be returning them, no ding on Mag Warehose at all, ding on the company that made them, after five rounds in each mag they failed to feed, the spring was not pushing the rounds up into the gun at all. I tried them in my Glock 17 and 26, they fit great and didn't fall out, they just don't feed. If your rounds don't feed you might as well not be armed. Do what you want but I would not buy these, it's only a good deal if they work. And these DO NOT WORK!!!!!!!!! If I could give no stars I would.
These Are Jamboxes
Total crap. I wouldn't stake my life on these. I tried 3 different ammos. Federal aluminum, Remington value pack JHP's, and Perfecta. I did the Perfecta once it it worked. I couldn't duplicate the success.
Both of my Glocks are G4's. Maybe that has something to do with it. If so? The info needs to state it!
I REALLY WANT TO RATE AT ZERO