Our magazines are made from durable materials and are designed to improve the performance and overall reliability of your Glock Whether you’re looking for standard capacity or extended capacity magazines, we have the perfect Glock magazine for you to complete your Glock build.
The capacity of Glock magazines varies depending on the model and caliber. The standard capacity for Glock magazines ranges from 10 to 17 rounds for compact and full-size models, and up to 33 rounds for some extended magazines.
Yes, Glock manufactures and sells magazines specifically designed for different Glock models and calibers. Glock magazines are model and caliber-specific, and are not interchangeable between different models or calibers.
Yes, aftermarket magazines from third-party manufacturers are available for Glock handguns. However, it’s important to ensure that the aftermarket magazines are from reputable manufacturers and are designed to be compatible with your specific Glock model and caliber. It’s also advisable to test and verify the reliability and function of aftermarket magazines before relying on them for self-defense or other critical situations.
Yes, Glock magazines can be disassembled and cleaned. Glock magazines are designed to be easily disassembled for cleaning and maintenance. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for disassembling the magazine, which typically involves removing the base plate, follower, and spring. Clean the magazine components using a mild detergent or solvent, removing any dirt, debris, or fouling. Inspect the components for wear or damage, and replace any worn or damaged parts as needed. Properly cleaning and maintaining Glock magazines is important for their reliability and function. Always refer to the manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations for cleaning and maintenance, and follow local laws and regulations regarding the use and ownership of Glock magazines.