Magpul GL9 PMAG 15 Glock 19 Magazine 9mm - Black
NOTE: The PMAG 15 GL9 is compatible with all Glock 19 handguns, as well as sub-compact variants with some protrusion below the grip. May not be compatible with other platforms designed for use with Glock magazines.
- Compatible with all full-size, compact, and sub-compact 9mm Glock handguns
- Durable, lightweight, and extremely stiff polymer construction
- High visibility controlled-tilt follower
- Long life stainless steel spring for corrosion resistance
- Flared, easily removable floor plate
- Dot matrix panel for magazine marking and identification
- Full magazine indicator windows on both sides of body
- Drops free loaded or unloaded
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Ratings & Reviews
by Tyler -
Fit and funtion are flawless. Zero malfuntions after 500 rounds. As always excellent service from Primary Arms.
by Orlando -
These are OK for range days but not close to OEM good.
Some small differences.
by CT -
They work. What else can I add?... Two things I have not noticed anyone write yet: 1) they feel lighter than the OEM magazines, if you are a backpacker/hunter watching the ounces and grams, go with the magpul. 2) the base pad is significantly thicker, so it makes the gun slightly "higher" in measurement. If you are hyper-focused on concealability, these do make your weapon just a tad "larger."
by Roc -
+bought 4x15 round and 2x17 round
<br>+well over 2000 rounds through them at the range and in competition
<br>+never had a failure to feed; all my glocks eat well
<br>-issue with emergency reloads [slide lock]; they do not drop free 100% of the time...this is on 3 weapons...not my choice for CC...
Boring Review on Another Excellent Magpul Product.
Ordered a bunch of these mags when they first came out. I have put around 1k rounds through them without any stoppages or malfunctions on both my 9mm AR and G19. Appears to be equal in quality to the OEM mags and have a very sturdy feel. Only major differences from the OEM are lack of metal reinforcement (do not see this to be a problem with Magpul polymers) and a larger, reinforced base plate. This makes it easier to extract the mag from pouches or the gun itself, but as it protrudes a tiny bit more, it could print slightly more? I have not noticed any issues with this.
<br>Definitely my "go to" for training from now on with the price difference which is 2-1 v.s. OEM. Don't have to worry about dropping them or abusing them as I can just replace them if anything goes wrong. That being said, they are Magpuls, and thus far show zero signs of wear or damage.
Magpul glock pmag
Ordered 3 of them. Cheaper then glock mags. Have read reviews on them and took a chance on them. Shot 150 rounds through 1 mag with no issues. Great for range use.