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ETS Group Extends Product Line, Releases .40 Cal Glock Clear Polymer Magazines

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December 16, 2016: The ETS Group is proud to announce the release of their new line of .40 cal Glock® clear polymer magazines. Included in this release are the GLK-22-140 (19 Rounds) and GLK-22-170 (24 Rounds) competition legal models. Competitive shooters can now reduce the amount of mag changes and easily identify ammo type quickly when competing. ETS’s clear polymer magazines feature extreme impact resistance so they won’t crack when dropped and the feed lips won’t spread when fully loaded and stored.

GLK-27 | $16.99
Fits Glock 27
Compatible with Gen 1 – Gen 4 Glocks
Standard 9-round capacity

GLK-23 | $16.99

Fits the Glock 23, 27
Compatible with Gen 1 – Gen 4 Glocks
Standard 13-round capacity

GLK-22 | $16.99

Fits the Glock 22, 23, and 27
Compatible with Gen 1 – Gen 4 Glocks
Standard 16-round capacity**Our 16 round mag is the same size as an OEM 15 round G22 mag, fits flush in the G22.

GLK-22-140 | $21.99

Fits the Glock 22, 23, 24, 27, 35
Compatible with Gen 1 – Gen 4 Glocks
Standard 19-round capacity

GLK-22-170 | $21.99

Fits the Glock 22, 23, 24, 27, 35
Compatible with Gen 1 – Gen 4 Glocks
Standard 24-round capacity

GLK-22-210 | $21.99

Fits Glock 22, 23, 24, 27, 35
Compatible with Gen 1 – Gen 4 Glocks
Standard 30-round capacity

ETS’s full line of .40 cal models are available now at www.etsgroup.us.

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6 Responses to “ETS Group Extends Product Line, Releases .40 Cal Glock Clear Polymer Magazines”

  1. Easy E says:

    Happy to see they’re expanding their offerings. I’m awaiting 30(ish) round 45 ACP magazines from them.

  2. John Knight says:

    Has anyone else noticed that the ETS AR mags stagger opposite to conventional USGI mags? Looking from the rear of the mag (primers facing you), even numbered rounds are on the left hand side. The two ETS w/ the coupling feature are like this. I just thought it was weird.

  3. JB says:

    “Competitive shooters can now reduce the amount of mag changes”

    I am missing something? Wouldn’t the shooter have to drop the mag, look at it, and decide whether or not to reload? That’s not faster than just reloading.

    • Captain Merica says:

      …what?

      Literally nobody drops a mag, looks at it, and then decides what to do.

    • Weaver says:

      They aren’t saying that the ability to rapidly assess ammo remaining in the mag will enable fewer mag changes, but that the increased capacity over factory-standard mags will enable fewer changes.

    • Jack Griffin says:

      A: You can quickly and easily check the round count without playing double take games with the tiny factory mag witness holes. I shoot production and this is a big deal.

      B: As others have said, they’re talking about the joy of high capacity extendos, not the translucent plastic.

      Also worth noting is that while ETS mags may have spring stacking issues at times, they are warm-butter-on-cold-glass smooth for lightning reloads while gaming.

      Cheap, reliable and smooth. Save the factory mags for work / carry.