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Elite Tactical Systems Group Glock 19- 9mm 15 round magazines

Elite Tactical Systems Group Glock 19- 9mm 15 round magazines

Availability: In stock





Mag Features

  • Fits the Glock 19 and 26
  • Standard 15-round capacity
  • Compatible with Glock and aftermarket floorplates
  • Easy disassembly with our specially designed baseplate
  • Ergonomically designed floorplate makes it easy to grab from mag pouches


  • Extreme Impact Resistance—won't crack or break when dropped
  • Very resistant to harsh chemicals
  • Superior heat, cold and UV resistance—won’t become brittle over time even when exposed to harsh environments or extreme cold
  • Translucent body—allowing you to see your ammo count and type
  • Creep resistant—the feed lips and body won't spread when being stored long term even when fully loaded

Additional Info

Additional Info

Manufacturer Elite Tactical Systems Group
Finish No
Barrel Length No
Caliber No
Configuration G19
Option No
Gas Length No
Height No
Rail Length No
Mount No
Profile No
Reticle No
Co Witness No
Size No


Customer Reviews (4)

Good for the range not much else. Review by Adam
After waiting an extended period of time through no fault of Rainier, I received my magazines. The packing seemed cheap at best. I opened my first magazine and proceeded to load it. I got to about round 13 and started wondering if 15 was possible. The 14th round went in ok, but the 15th round was a real near and the magazine feed lips began to spread. I was concerned greatly by this. I have since only loaded 14 rounds in all of the 5 I purchased, as they all did this. I would say for the money they make an ok range magazine and are much lighter than factory, but I will not be using them for EDC ever. (Posted on 4/30/2016)
Decent Mag with Spreading ProblemsReview by Alexander
The clear magazine is cool, but I feel I must warn potential customers about the performance of this magazine. The plastic is a harder, shinier polymer than what you would find on a PMAG or OEM mag, so personally I can see these cracking more easily, however I have no real indication as the the quality of the polymer except this: I ordered 3 mags which had to be returned because they all had terrible spreading issues. The packaging even goes so far as to claim there are no spreading issues, even when stored long-term and fully-loaded. Unfortunately loading a few rounds instantly spreads the mag so much it doesn't drop free of my magwell. The mags each spread to varying degrees (though none drop free unless empty), which is why I am skeptical of the quality. If you are only interested in a clear magazine and don't care if your mags don't drop free reliably, this product will function fine. Unfortunately speed is my objective and I really wanted these mags to match my Lancer mags, but it was not to be. This is why OEM mags have the metal liner. Back to Glock it is. (Posted on 2/12/2016)
Cheap alternative, not quite there. Review by Adam
I got these mags recently to try out. The fit and finish is good to go. These are a very lightweight magazine. I would say though that one should not load them to the 15 Rd capacity. The magazines I have feel like the feed lips are going to crank and the magazine begins to swell. (Posted on 1/22/2016)
Looks cool, but that's about itReview by Patrick
So I bought two of these and brought them out to the range. Cool factor is they are clear, easily identifiable with roughly how many rounds are in each magazine and the type. But that's about where the use of these end.

With a fully loaded magazine, the 2nd and 5th round had trouble feeding. This occurred with both magazines I had purchased. I figured it might have been the ammunition used, so I tried some of the other brands I brought with me and had the same problem with the 2nd and 5th rounds with fully loaded magazines. If I only loaded 11 rounds or less, the magazine would feed rounds flawlessly regardless of ammo used.

Another gripe is that the magazine will not drop freely like a factory Glock magazine. You either have to shake it out or pull it out manually. This occurs even with a fully loaded magazine.

If you want to purchase a magazine to just use at the range, these are great. But that's about it. I wouldn't use these as a carry magazine or backup magazine for carrying. (Posted on 12/24/2015)

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