Glock G19 Gen5 15-Round Magazine

Manufactured by Glock
SKU: GL33812
MPN: GL33812
Manufactured by Glock
3 Reviews
$30.00

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Details

Details

These Glock 19 Gen 5 magazines are factory original mags made by Glock for your favorite 9mm compact! These exceptionally reliable magazines combine a hardened steel core with high-tech polymer, allowing Glock mags to remain reliable even after extraordinary abuse. Why trust anything but the best when it comes to making sure your sidearm feeds reliably?

This is a 5th generation full capacity 15 round 9x19mm caliber magazine ideal for all generations of Glock 19.
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Specifications

BrandGlock
Caliber Gauge9mm Luger
Magazine Capacity15
PlatformGlock Magazines

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Ratings & Reviews

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The Most flawless Magazine for a Glock Polymer 80 build

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I have used several Aftermarket variations Magpul RWB and generation4 Glock magazines.<br><br>These are the Absolute Best.<br><br>If you shoot a Polymer 80 glock19 GET THIS MAGAZINE!!! <br><br>Feeds Flawlessly at Any angle.<br><br> Bonus !! can use 130-147 grain conical style bullets without feeding issues because the Follower is perfected over all the generations

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Great experience with primary arms quick fast delivery package well no damage will continue to order from primary arms thanks

Exactly what you'd expect.

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Surprise, Glock happens to make the best magazine for their own handgun.
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