Elite Tactical Systems Extended 9mm Magazine for GLOCK 18 - 31 Round

Manufactured by Elite Tactical Systems
Manufactured by Elite Tactical Systems
12 Reviews
$15.99 $19.99

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This ETS Group magazine for GLOCK 18 is a 31-round translucent polymer magazine compatible with every generation of 9mm double stack Glock handguns. The proprietary polymer construction is extremely resistant to impacts, temperatures, UV, and harsh chemicals that can adversely effect many other polymer magazines. Unlike many other after market magazines for the Glock, the ETS magazines are fully compatible with both Glock and aftermarket floor plates. This is a 31 round full capacity 9x19mm magazine.

  • Glock 17, 18, 19, 26, 34
  • Not Compatible with Glock 43
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BrandElite Tactical Systems
Caliber Gauge9mm Luger
Magazine Capacity31
ManufacturerElite Tactical Systems
PlatformGlock Magazines

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Ratings & Reviews

12 reviews


Heard great things about these


Didn't work

I was let down


I did a lot of research before buying these and all the reviews were raving about its appearance and reliability. I took it out when I got it and every other round jammed causing the slide to bite the neck of the case. So I thought the spring was too weak and swapped it out with my OEM factory spring which I know works 100% same result. I tried many other things and could never get it to work I also made a video and might upload it. I contacted PA to return it but no luck. I only gave this 1 star because 0 wasn't an option.

Great Stuff


Randall if you read this please contact our customer service so we can replace that mag for you. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee and a lifetime warranty.

Good alternative to glock and pmags

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I ran these mags through a qc10 ar9 and a glock 19 with steel and brass ammo with zero issues. Only put a couple hundred rounds through it but it seems to hold up just fine



Got 4 of these pieces of crap for bone stock G19 and G17. Sent them all back once for jamming and they were replaced. Took them out Sunday and they all jammed with about 7 rounds left. I shot one of them about 4 times and that was the most value they can offer. DO NOT BUY THIS CRAP, they will leave you DEAD. They simply DO NOT WORK.


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These are such a hit and miss for me, I WOULD NOT recommend them for EDC by any means. I only use them for range days.
<br>Sometimes I have feed issues with them vs factory OEM Glock mags.

Works for brass rounds, but will it with with steel cased ammo?


I was originally gonna give this 1 star cuz the steel cased rounds we getting stuck loading and unloading. I emailed ETS and they responded within 8 min saying to spread gun lube inside the housing. I sprayed Rem-oil and no more binding with the steel case rounds. They also added that the oil will not make the plastic brittle.

Great alternative to factory mags.


I have quite a few of these magazines and they have worked perfectly in my AR-9 as well as my G17. They've seen way more use in the AR-9 and have been just as reliable as glock factory 33 round sticks. I probably have about 200ish rounds through each of the mags using both FMJ and HPs. They feed both fine. I think I've had 1 (maybe 2) malfunctions with these out of 1000+ rounds fired. The malfunctions were in the AR-9, not the G17. To be somewhat fair, my glock sticks have had a malfunction as well (just 1) but I think it may have been ammo related. The malfunction in this mag could have been ammo related but I lean a little more towards the mag itself. The feed angle is ever so slightly different than glock mags. It matches the feed angle better than any other after market glock mag I've used though.

4000rds later and still running fine.


I ordered 5 of these over a year ago. They've functioned flawlessly while using brass cased ammunition for over 4000rds. Used them in a Glock 17(not stock), Ruger PCC carbine, and an AR9. Jammed every single time with steel cased ammunition. Have recommended and will purchase again.

Excellent mags = if loaded correctly and prepped with lube inside if using steel cases.


Extremely reliable, they feed very well - with two caveats 1. Make sure your rounds do alternate when feeding. They can fail to double stack causing feed problems if you put pressure at a bad angle they can single stack. This does not happen if Glock mag loader is used. and 2. If you shoot steel cased ammo you need to lube the inside walls of the mag first or they will stick badly causing major feed issues.