Strike Industries 9mm Magazine for Glock G17 - 17 Round

Manufactured by Strike Industries
Manufactured by Strike Industries
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The Strike Industries Magazine fits Glock G17 pistols and holds 17 rounds of 9mm ammunition. It features impact-resistant SI Polymer material with a translucent body and corner cuts for easy round count visibility. The specially selected spring offers reliable round feeding. Magazine release cuts can be found on both sides of this magazine, making it compatible with left, right, and ambidextrous set-ups on Glock Gen3, Gen4, and Gen5 factory frames. The included baseplate requires no tools to assemble it and can be easily installed with the push of a fingernail. Loaded with features, the Strike Industries 9mm 17 Round Magazine for Glock G17 pistols is a reliable option as an extra mag.

  • 9mm
  • 17+ round capacity
  • Fits G17
  • SI Polymer material
  • Double stack
  • Translucent body
  • Built-in hook slot
  • Included baseplate 
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BrandStrike Industries
PlatformGlock Magazines
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These magazine’s do not stack rounds properly, once loaded to 17 rounds the top round will start to force out past feed lips. I did not even bother trying to take it to the range. Follower is not designed correctly to allow the firearm to be put back into battery empty without removing the magazine. Not worth the discount from genuine glock mags.
<br>It was good to speak to you on this issue and looking forward to those pictures.