Magpul PMAG for 9mm Glocks
Ratings & Reviews
Cheaper for a reason
The plastic feels alright, if a tad unfinished. The spring is average tension for the most part. What really hinders this mag and has me worried is when unloading by hand it catches each bullet on it's way out. I haven't experienced a bad load when firing with it yet but there is a reason this magazine stays with my range-only gear. If you want some inexpensive mags to burn through at the range then this will do the job, but do not purchase this thinking it'll be a backup or primary mag for any EDC setup.
I have 5 of the 21 round pmags. I was skeptical at first. They have no metal liner, so they have polymer feed lips and they are much lighter than factory mags. I bought them as training mags to keep from beating up my expensive aluminum mag extensions when on concrete. I have about 3K rounds through them now, and countless drops on hard surfaces (usually partially loaded). Have not had a mag related malfunction yet. They drop free every time, even empty. They also come apart super easy. I like them. I still prefer my others because they hold 2 more rounds and I’m used to the feel of them, but I totally trust these.