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    ETS G43 7-Round Mag (9mm) + Pearce Grip Extension ETS G43 7-Round Mag (9mm) + Pearce Grip Extension 2 ETS G43 7-Round Mag (9mm) + Pearce Grip Extension 3 ETS G43 7-Round Mag (9mm) + Pearce Grip Extension 4 ETS G43 7-Round Mag (9mm) + Pearce Grip Extension 5

    ETS G43 7-Round Mag (9mm) + Pearce Grip Extension

    The Mag Some of us know exactly how many rounds we have left at all times. For the rest of us, now there's help, especially if you carry a G43. This is the ETS G43 7-Round Magazine with Pearce Grip Extension. Now whenever you take your G43 out for a day...

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    The PMAG G19 15rd magazine is just one of many of Magpul's line forward-thinking firearm accessories. This 9mm magazine is made from polymer, so it is tough enough to take a beating while still being one of the lightest mags in the market, and also...

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    Magpul® PMAG G17 17rd Magazine

    The Magpul PMAG 17rd magazine is a surprisingly high quality magazine that can easily outperform those in higher price points. Being made from polymer, this magazine is lightweight and incredibly durable with a 17th round witness hole to check for a full...

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Factory-spec GLOCK® mags for guaranteed reliability. Compatible with P80 frames.

Wrapping up your GLOCK® build? Upgrading your current pistol? Don't skimp out on grabbing some reliable magazines: We're working with Magpul Industries to provide quality GLOCK-compatible PMAGs for your favorite handgun. Available magazines come with convenient features like window indicators for checking your round out, and flared bases for quick and easy mag changes.

PMAG's GL9: Extra Capacity, OEM Form Factor

PMAG introduced the GL9 magazine for the GLOCK 19 (and equivalent Polymer80) platforms. The GL9 provides 15 rounds of capacity baked into a controlled-tilt follower with a quality stainless steel spring. The result is a massive upgrade with OEM reliability -- and crucially, without any protruding mag extension hanging out of the mag well. 


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