ETS Translucent Glock 43X/48 9mm 10rd Magazines

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ETS-GLK-43X
Weight:
0.30 LBS
  • ETS Translucent Glock 43X/48 9mm 10rd Magazines
  • ETS Translucent Glock 43X/48 9mm 10rd Magazines
$11.98
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Description

  • Fits the Glock 43X and 48
  • Standard 10-round capacity
  • Compatible with most floor plates that fit Glock magazine
  • Easy disassembly with our specially designed base plate
  • Ergonomically designed floor plate makes it easy to grab from mag pouches
  • Lifetime Warranty

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

WARNING This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. (California law requires this warning to be given to customers in the State of California.)

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Additional Information

Product ID:
61126
Type:
Gun Magazines
Capacity:
10rd
Caliber:
9mm
Color:
Translucent
Origin:
Made In USA
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1 Review

  • 3
    Good, but with one major flaw.

    Posted by Kevin on 29th Mar 2020

    So, really wanted to like these. They appear well-made, are robust, and just plain cool. However, they suffer from two problems, one minor, and one a deal-breaker. Firstly, the spring is incredibly stiff. So much so, that when I first got them, it was literally impossible to hand-feed past the 5th round (Glock 43x 10-round capacity variant), and the use of a speed loader was absolutely necessary to fill mag to capacity. That being said, I filled the mag, let it sit, and emptied/refilled it every 24 hours, and after 4-5 days, I can now fill the mag entirely by hand, albeit with the 10th round still being pretty tough. So who knows on that--perhaps the spring just needs some break-in time. Secondly, a full mag will NOT freely release from the the gun. Consistently. Pressing the mag release button results in the button just staying depressed with no more travel, and you have to manually rip the mag out of the well. I showed to one of our firearms examiners at work, and we both determined this was due to obturation of the mag from the pressure exerted internally from the cartridges under tension from the spring since there is no metal reinforcement to offset that like in OEM Glock mags. Other than that, they operate as normal, but for a self-defense gun, due to the second issue, they will very unfortunately be relegated to range use and manipulation practice with dummy rounds only, rather than EDC.

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