I heart Magpul.

When I saw they were coming out with a Glock polymer magazine, I thought, “Why?”

When I saw the price, MSRP of $15.95, I started to get excited.  That means the street price will probably be in the ballpark of $12!

Buy ’em cheap and stack ’em deep.

And I’ve got a shoebox full of new-in-wrapper Glock mags.

It used to be the only cheap Glock mags were the Korean ones, which for me were a little on the iffy side on reliability.  I’d never use the Korean ones for serious competition (defined as I’m shooting for prizes or prize money) or self-defense.  The Korean ones do make great training mags, especially for loaner guns though.  It looks as though Magpul has just come out with a game changer.

Knowing Magpul, they will be 100% reliable.



The PMAG 17 GL9 is a 17 round Glock 9mm handgun magazine featuring a new proprietary all-polymer construction for flawless reliability and durability over thousands of rounds. High visibility anti-tilt follower, SS spring, easily removable floorplate for cleaning, Dot matrix for mag marking, ridged floorplate edges for better grip, 17rd indicator windows. Drops free loaded or unloaded. The same boring reliability you expect from an OEM magazine. MSRP $15.95


3 thoughts on “BORING RELIABILITY: Magpul introduces sub-$15 Glock magazines”
  1. If they make them for all of the calibers, then I’m happy as a clam. I’ll buy out their stock off G20 mags.

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