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|Magazine Capacity||15 Rounds|
|Ammo Caliber||9mm Luger (9x19)|
|Firearm Compatibility||Glock 19, Glock 26|
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These are great! I use them frequently
I have a couple of these that I have used extensively over the last few years. The springs quickly got soft, but oddly kept working okay. No big deal. Toss the Korean springs. Replacement springs are in the $3 to $4 range. I have continued to use the magazines with Wolff springs, and they continue to work great.
The springs in the 17 round magazines are better but the magzines are a bit oversize and don't always drop free without sanding the magazines or heating and stretching the pistol grip.
All are equivalent to Glock 9mm5 or 9mm6 magazines.
Good for the SHTF and stocking up.
Ok, these work well enough to practice on the range with. I have had a few of these I purchased 6 years ago and they still work well. You just have to oil them up on the inside of mag and remove access polymer from the molding process. They will perform like regular Glock mags if you just keep them clean, oiled and free from extreme amounts of dirt. As for the price, $8 for each mag allows you to stock up and be prepared. I still need to compare them to Magpul mags. Getting them on next purchase possibly. Good job LG!
90% of the time they work every time.
I have a few of these I have been shooting for a couple of years. They don't "feel" like glock quality but I have had no failures that I can isolate to just the mag and I shoot all kinds of ammo ( different grains Duty HP, frag, steel casing, FMJ whatever) One instance I dropped a half full mag and the floor plate came off and bullets went everywhere. Recently my Glock 19 mags got an overhaul with 2 round extensions and wolf + 10% springs. The old glock factory springs and floor plates went on the KCI Mags which I imagine will increase their reliability slightly. If you can find them stupid cheap < $10, buy them at least as range mags.
Quality Mags for the price
These mags are good for the price which cant be beat. They fully function as intended granted the only issue is with gen4s with a left handed mag release setup as it does not work due to there being no cut on that side . It's not a super deal breaker but annoying. All in all mags are good.
the old say you get what you pay for applies here. These magazines are marginal at best, they are fine for general use I guess. However, I have had nothing but problems. When these magazines hit the ground during a speed load the follower will pop out the top of the magazine and in order to get it realigned and back inside is a pain. They are cheaply made and things rattle around inside when there's no ammo loaded. I personally would not buy these magazines again.
You're reviewing: Glock 19 - 15 Rounds - 9mm - 1 KCI Magazine
Posted On: 6/6/2016 By: Tatiana
Regular Price: $260.00
Special Price: $240.00
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