ETS Releases new Glock 42 and 43 Magazines
If you’ve ever seen the translucent polymer AR-15 mnagazines that couple together, or the equally opaque Glock mags, you’ve seen some of ETS’ products. Built from high-impact, translucent polymer, these mags allow shooters to quickly check remaining stores of ammo in a magazine at a glance.
These magazines have been tremendously popular, and on the heels of this sucess, ETS has released their own take on the Glock 42 and 43 magazines. More in the press release below.
For Immediate Release
May 26, 2017: The ETS Group is proud to announce the release of their new line of 42 and 43 Glock® clear polymer magazine models. All ETS Glock® 42 and 43 magazine models are single stack and each standard model holds 7 rounds, as opposed to the 6 rounds standard Glock® factory magazines hold. Also available are ETS’s 9 and 12 round versions, an industry first! ETS’s GLK-42-9 and GLK-43-9 models are only .75 inches longer than the standard 7-round magazine and allow for a better grip and control of the handgun. ETS’s clear polymer magazines feature extreme impact resistance so they won’t crack when dropped. The durable construction ensures the feed lips won’t spread when fully loaded and stored.
.380 caliber – Fits Glock® 42 Model
GLK-42 7 round (flush fit) 3.5″ long $16.99
GLK-42-9 9 round – 4.25″ long $21.99
GLK-42-12 12 round – 5.5″ long $21.99
9mm – Fits Glock® 43 Model
GLK-43 7 round (flush fit) 3.5″ long $16.99
GLK-43-9 9 round – 4.25″ long $21.99
GLK-43-12 12 round – 5.5″ long $21.99
This is great news for shooters who want more options than the standard OEM magazines, but given how reliable these mags are, I can’t help buy wonder, ‘why?’ Sure, they offer some increase to capacity, but for carry guns, reliability trumps capacity. Better to have a 5-round mag that always works, than a finnicky extended one.
Jim is a freelance writer for dozens of firearm publications, the host of the YouTube channel Burst Review and the youngest author to write a cover story for Shotgun News in its 86-years of operation. Jim loves anything that goes, ‘boom’ but particularly enjoys military firearms from the Cold War and WW2. When he’s not slinging lead downrange he can be round hiking in the mountains with his wife Kim and their vicious attack dog, Peanut.