Magpul GL Enhanced Magazine Well for Glock 19 GEN 3 & 4 Now Shipping

Large ramp area for easier reloading
External dimensions ensure minimal printing when carrying concealed
Reinforced polymer construction
Compatible with Magpul, OEM and most aftermarket magazine floor plates
Compatible with most common after-market magazine extensions
Easy installation



20 Responses to “Magpul GL Enhanced Magazine Well for Glock 19 GEN 3 & 4 Now Shipping”

  1. Jeremy P says:

    In case anyone was wondering:

    Thank you for contacting us. At this point we hope to have the rest of the magwells released later this summer although an exact date has not been given. Also, the magwells are not backstrap compatible.

    Please let me know if you need anything else. ?

    Last bit is the important part. Made them an immediate no-go for me.

    • Staffer says:

      Get the Grip Force Adapter, problem solved. They are also far better than the Glock OEM straps and make the gun feel much better in most hands. Give them a try.

    • Mike Nomad says:

      Thanks for putting that exchange up. I’m also a no-go, for a different reason: I like having the take-down punch on board…

    • Joe says:

      The important part of the backstrap is the part in the middle and the beaver tail if you choose to run it. So just cut your back strap and a half and epoxy glue that bad boy in and then you can run any mag well you want.

    • Jon c says:

      It’s super easy to modify them to work with back straps, with no loss of strength.

  2. Staffer says:

    There are only a very few upgrades to my glocks I consider mandatory. This is one of them. The only item I didnt try out for the longest time because I wasnt willing to pay over a hundred bucks for some aluminum piece that may or may not increase my reload speed.

    After I got these for my 17 and put them on I wouldnt switch back to stock ever. Also the gen 5 magwell is worse than this addon. Get these, they rock.

    • BillC says:

      I waited and waited for the Magpul Magwell for my Gen4 G19, I eventually got the Zev Pro Magwell (even though I wanted the Raven Freya, but those couldn’t be found anywhere at the time). I’ve been very happy with the Zev Pro. It’s still not too large to conceal carry with, but definitely big enough to add additional leverage, which is a bigger benefit than increased reload speed/accuracy.

      The beauty of the Magpul is how affordable it is, so I’m probably going to pick one up to try out anyway.

  3. Dee Jay says:

    I have one of these mounted of my 17 and I absolutely love it. I’m still waiting for them to release one for large frame 4th gens.

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  5. Alex says:

    All my Glock 34’s have Magpul magwells on them. I find them to be very cost effective and I’m a fan – funnels mags and keeps the edge of the frame from getting chewed up.

  6. Nickolas Roberts says:

    Will it fit the Gen 5

  7. Nickolas Roberts says:

    Will it fit a gen 5 glock 19

  8. thebronze says:

    I have one for my Gen 4 17 and LOVE it!! Glad they’re finally putting this out!

  9. Thomas Madere says:

    I really fail to find the advantage in a mag well for a Glock. By design the Glock has what I would call a reverse mag well. The small end of a tapered magazine going into a large opening. I have never had a problem doing reloads with a Glock compared to a 1911.

    • Kirk says:

      I’m with you, in this regard.

      I’ve only ever found two things worth replacing on my Glocks: The stock plastic sights, and the serrated triggers they have to put on to get ’em in past GCA ’68. If you’re shooting a compact Glock of any variety, do yourself a favor and replace the triggers with the smooth-face variety from the grown-up versions. Much better experience, in my opinion. Which is worth what you can get for it, down at the coffee stand…

  10. Big Daddy says:

    I tried it on my G17 and it was nice, it did what I wanted it to do. But…..I could not use my Glock magazines with the Vickers Tactical baseplate on them. I like those baseplates, it makes reloads faster and removal of a tight magazine easier and faster. So I chose to use the baseplates over the magwell.