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KCI GLOCK G17 17 Round Polymer 9mm Luger Magazine

 
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GLOCK
MAG-257
MAG-257
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One KCI manufactured GLOCK 17 magazine with a 17 round capacity.

 
Total number of Reviews: 106

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1.0 5
"I shoot a Glock model 31 (.357sig full frame) and have started using a Lone wolf match grade barrel in 9mm and two G17 magazines by Glock I purchases here at Cheaper Than Dirt that I love to use in the G31, they work fantastic. This also gives me ability to use reloaded amunition in 9mm. I later ordered these Not Factory Glock magazines due to the claim of flawless operation and a double mag pouch at 29.95, a great deal I thought. I truly regret this purchase. The tip of target 9mm ammo gets hung in these magazines while loading and they are hard to free up. 125 grain hollow points fit better but the spring is so tight only 15 will go. Trust me, stick to you Glock brand magazines only."
4.0 5
"I'm relatively new to Glock ownership but I bought a pair of these KCI 17 rd mags for my G17. I've run over 500 rounds thru the gun at the range, more than half of them with the KCI mags and haven't had a single jam or other problem. By contrast, my brand new G26 factory mag jammed on the second shot (but then went thru another 50 with no problems). The only reason I'm not giving the KCI five stars is because the spring gets really stiff at the end, making that 17th round a bit of a push to get in. But it goes in (and comes out when it should)."
1.0 5
"The rounds tilt up in mine.. Its pretty bad."
3.0 5
"These magazines aren't that great. They load to 17 rounds okay, but they load funky, and they don't feed entirely correctly. I had one mis-feed at the range. These are fine for the range, but I wouldn't use these for CCW or home defense."
2.0 5
"I would most definitely not ever use these for carry. It looks exactly the same but... the bullet kind of wedges at the top metal lips while loading it never happens on the Glock Magazines. Although this happens it didn't ruin it yet. Although it's never happened while firing/cycling only loading it kind of makes me wonder. The bullet pushed in funky almost vertical while loading it several time as well, weird and I never noticed it on the Glock magazines. Spring is pretty tight although I don't know that that's a down side. Seems to work fine other than that but definitely cheaper quality. I would say it's fine for practice but would prefer to trust my life to Glock only."
2.0 5
"BOUGHT THESE CAUSE OF A 2 FOR 1 AS OPPOSSED TO A GLOCK FACTORY MAG, HAVENT FIRED THEM YET BUT THEY WERE VERY HARD TO LOAD YOU CAN TELL ITS DEFINTLY NOT A GLOCK MAG, WILL POST ANOTHER REVIEW WHEN I GO SHOOT"
4.0 5
"when i first seen these mags i was more than skeptical, so i ordered a few of them. Now i read alot of bulletins, and alot of people have turned their noses up at them. fine by me. when i started to play with them i noticed they are HARD to load, after loading i put mag in the gun and racked the slide 17times, loaded the mag back up and did it 5 more times, never missed a beat. loaded it back up and took it to work the next day, \"i work at a gunshop\", got to work and went to show a coworker and when i started to thumb the bullets out,it hung up with the follwer about halfway down the mag, i then poored the rest of the bullets out on the countertop. \"ok?\" so i took the mag apart to see what was going on. looking thur the mag body i seen a few holes in the steel lining where the plastic outer molding was not flush. i took a butterknife to a bench grinder and made a chizzle. i then smoothed out the inside of the mag by removing the excess plastic, then reassemble the mag. loaded it up and have shot, shot, shot. No hang ups, no missfeeds, no jams, fast, slow, upside down, sideways, 100% everytime, always locks the slide back after the last round. after the spring breaks in loading it is just as easy as a factory glock mag. 1700 rounds later? im ordering me a few more. GREAT VALUE, if you dont mind doing some tinkering. I have done more than put it thru the ringer."
4.0 5
"I love those mags, for the price I buy two a pay check. I have had a few problems with two of the mags, i have a total of 10 mags all together,12 if you count the factory ones. The two that gave me grief was because of extra plastic on the inside of the mag. The springs in them are awesome, they have some kind of selflubricating coating on them.i just used my pocket knife and scraped the plastic out of the inside, when i put them back together i never had any more issues after that. kind of hit and miss i guess, but for that price??? I want to have 20 of them."
4.0 5
"these clips feed pretty good, i bought them with a lone wolf 34 barrell to covert a g22 i had, with the plus 2 u have a19 round mag."
1.0 5
"Both G17 Mags are absolute JUNK! Will not load more than 7 rounds without hanging up. I won't even put these in my Glock! Stick with factory!"
4.0 5
"I own 4 Glock pistols and purchased this bargin for my model 17 to be honest because of the price. I was figuring that the mags mwould not be that great but the pouch would offset that. To my suprise the 2 mags that i purchased work fine. I load hydra-shocks in them I don't know if this makes a difference but I do not seem to have the problems that I have read some of the other people having. I may have lucked out on this purchase but I am going to buy a couple of more sets unless I run into a bad set. I have a large number of the factory mags and these 2 have worked just as well as the factory mags. It may not be a bad ideal to take these mags apart and check for excess plastic on the inside if you are having problems. With the current administration high cap mags may once again become hard to find at a reasonable price."
1.0 5
"Ordered two of these to supplement my four Glock 17 mags for my Kel Tec SUB2000. Unfortunately, they don't even fit into the magwell, so it's hard to analyze the rest of the mags' merits. DO NOT BUY THESE FOR THE S2K!"
4.0 5
"For the price they cannot be beat. Mags do need some work in order to feed properly. as the others have said, just dissasemble the mag and scrape out the excess plastic (3 dots on either side and some on the lip). i used a curved xacto knife. went to the range and they worked flawlessly (2 sets of mags). will buy many more before momma obamma bans them, you should too. might have been charged more had the Koreans done it properly in the first place, but i'm satisified with the savings and a little DIY project."
4.0 5
"Bought 2 of these to try out in my G17. Was greatly surprised that they worked as well as factory! Full load. I used a UpLula so didn't notice the spring problem as others have mentioned. Loaded 'em up full, let 'em set for a week, went to the range and unloaded them all several times - 100+ rds - not one FTF. Bought 6 more!! For the price I paid these are good range mags and my factory backups !!!"
5.0 5
"Just like others have said, these magazines are great EXCEPT they have a little bit of plastic on the inside of them. 3 of the 4 mags worked perfect from day 1. The other one would hang up. I followed the directions of others, opened it up and scraped off the little circles of plastic (3 on each side). Now the mag works perfectly. All 4 mags work great. I will use these for carry."
5.0 5
"I dont care what anyone is saying, im a high volume shooter.i shoot at least two competition a week, \"i love ohio!!!\".I now have 40 korean mags, they all come in a brown bag like its a granola bar of some kind (lol)! I have had some issues with a handful of them, but taking them apart and cleaning them up is not a problem. what im saying is, if you cant do an oil change on your car maybe you should stay at your moms house. These mag are a great deal!!! I can buy factory mags at cost if i want because i work at a gun shop with an indoor range. They save me $$$$$ and the work great!!!!! I am not a gun SNOB, I see these people on a weekly basis and i always out shoot them. SAVE YOU SOME MONEY AND STOCK UP!!! LET THE GUN SNOBS SIT ON THE PORCH!"
5.0 5
"I first bought a batch of the g-19 KCI branded mags they are flawless & amazing in operation. I did notice a few burrs but nothing that hampered operation, only cosmetic flaws. I then bought a batch of G17 mags then a batch of G18 mags both of these were branded KHAN. These actually were a later generation than that of first batch these were beautiful mags actually looked better than factory mags. The finish on these mags was noticeably rougher by feel only, but after wiping down with clp they are smooth to the touch. These mags are branded as American Tactical, KCI & KHAN all are A+++. Don't hesitate to buy these you will not be sorry. The only downside of these mags was due to the fact I put +2 bottoms on a few and the rounds were to loose to my liking. But with a glock factory spring or wolf these will operate up to my standards with +2 bottoms. With standard bottom you will have no problem. Enjoy simply because they are not factory don't be fooled."
5.0 5
"Fits perfect in my sub 2000 9mm. I read posts before i purchased. I figured i could machine them down to be used in my s2k. But they fit perfect and feed perfect. Am buying more today."
5.0 5
"i have so many of these mags now its kind of silly. however i purchased 2 more just for the free pouch. they fit all three of my glocks perfectly as well as being a PERFECT fit for my sub2k. dont pay any attention to the goons saying they dont fit. the fact that they are longer ensures the fit."
5.0 5
"lets see. I take them out of the box. I load them with cheap ammo. I cram them into my cheap s2k. I fire off 17 rounds with no problems. Maybe the problems with others is they are pushing them in backwards. I love the price and the mags."
4.0 5
"I got these in the mail the other day, I haven't gotten a chance to shoot them yet but i have been playing with them. The springs are stiff. But i cycled a bunch through my gun without any problems feeding. Quality seems good. They fit VERY snugly in my Glock 19."
5.0 5
"I bought 10 kci for my g17. opened up several fromthe brown paper packaging. i compaired thm with my new factory mags and they look great. put them on my scale exact same weight as factory. dis-ssembled all parts are inter-changeable. i started using these mags for compitition and THEY WORK PERFECTLY! zero failure to feeds. the springs are stiffer than the glock ones, but that is a good thing! it is tought to get the last few rounds in the mags so i used my loader. I ENDED UP BUYING 10 MOREMAGS AND 10 OF THE 33 ROUNDERS! one of the last great gun deals!"
5.0 5
"I bought these mags not really expecting much. When I got them, they were wrapped in the brown paper wrapper, just like everyone else described. At first glance, you can't tell a difference. It was only when I really started inspecting them did I notice the differences. The bottom plate has the KCI logo on them, and the metal insert is more of a V shape, rather than rounded like the Glock factory mag. When I loaded them, I did note the fact that they were tough to load, and once loaded, it sounded like one of the rounds shook around a bit. Once I got them out on the range, they fed fine, and didn't give me any problems. Overall, I think these mags are worth the money. The cheap mag holder didn't do me any good, but it will come in handy to loan to my CCW students who don't have their own.Train hard and stay safe!"
5.0 5
"I suppose there has to be one or two bad apples in every barrel, however I suspect most were written by those who have never seen or held one of these mags. I have 15 so far and WILL buy more. I haven't range-tested tested them all yet, but have had zero problems with the G17 mags I have used (in a G19 and G26)."
4.0 5
"I bought these mags 3 months ago and have fired 700+ rounds with no problems in my Gock 17. The springs are still stiff and feed fine and are not any harder to load than Glock mags. I\uFFFDm kind of poor these days and don't have the spare cash I used to but these do work just fine."
5.0 5
"Ok I have 2 of these mags with pearce +2 extensions they function perfect. I have some factory glock 17 mags that are much harder to load this is resolved by letting sit fully loaded for 1-2 weeks. These are nice magazines, I'm sure some come with extra plastic that needs trimmming no big deal. Also I have 2 Factory glock 17 mags that rattle when loaded just slap them on your hand and it stops this is normal sometimes when rush loading or loading by hand."
4.0 5
"Ater reading the reviews, I decided to give these mags a try for my Glock 17. They were extremely hard to load, and I could only get 14 or 15 in them the first 2 times I tried. Ater a couple of trips to the range, they are much easier to load and have functioned perfectly, never a jam. I will buy more of these soon!"
5.0 5
"I don't know what all the fuss is about with mags. These are awesome for the price! I can hardly tell they are not factory. I am gonna get more while I can. Everyone else with a glock should too before it's too late. Thanks again CTD!!!"
5.0 5
"I was skeptical of these even though most of thereviews here say they are descent mags. The first time loading them was tuff but they function just fine. No jams no failure issues. Great product at a great price. I will buy more."
5.0 5
"I bought these for range use didn't really care if they had problems, but these are just as good as factory glock mags.Plus 2 mags for less then 1 glock mag can't beat that."
4.0 5
"I just took these to the range today and they performed great. They were hard to load at first, but fed perfect even with cheap ammo. They are well worth the price."
4.0 5
"I mean lets be honest people, 2 mags and a holder for the price of 1 factory Glock magazine, and the great thing is they are a good buy. My only complaint is you can tell they arent Glock when you are loading them. They can be a bit more stubborn as the rounds like to tilt around inside the mag. I wouldnt call them a pain, but just not as carefree as the Glock mags. They feed perfectly. Also mine doesn't always show how many rounds is in it. Not a huge deal but with 5 and 7 rounds in the mag its not in the sight hole."
5.0 5
"cheap, but they have worked flawlessly for over a year now. thought I'd write a review after i had them for a while. the feed lips are sharp though, and after loading up a couple hundred rounds in a short time, my fingers get sore. but like i said, over a year and they still work fine, and the springs are still good."
5.0 5
"I ordered 2 sets of 2 and all 4 mags work as good as my 2 factory mags.I am ordering 4 more sets of 2 while they still have some."
3.0 5
"I purchased several of these mags, I have shot with them several times. Last week I preloaded them and went to the range to shoot. I put the mag in my gun (Glock 17), then proceeded to holster my weapon when the mag fell apart. It dropped all of my shells on the floor. The clip just broke so be careful what you use for range or street. The factory mags cost more, but in the long run worth the money. Because they are guaranteed to work"
5.0 5
"Well I just got my two mags today and I took them apart to look at them and they looked good. I loaded them up with 17 rounds and it was hard to get the last two in, but they are new springs. It will get easier the more times I use them. And the mag pouch is cool. I couldnt use it on duty, because it would take to long to unhook the buckles. For plinking and going to the range it will do. Overall not bad at all. I haven't shot them yet, we will have to see how that goes."
4.0 5
"We all know that only an absolute idiot who deserves to be beaten with a rubber hose would rely on anything, but a brand new official Glock brand mag. Even for target practice- and no less then one million rounds of the best ammo for the coming apocolypse (probably should replace daily just to be safe). However in my boring world I bought two of these and tossed them in my case with several factory glock mags. Some friends and I shot all Sunday and didn't notice any difference. I didn't do anything to them other than unwrapping and shoot. They worked fine, just like my factory ones. I'm sure they are less quality then factory, but I don't care- I'll buy more."
2.0 5
"It seems that you have a 50% chance of getting bad clips. I got the bad clips. I will buy factory for now on. I tried these in both my Glock 19 and Glock 34."
5.0 5
"I've tried everything in my power to get my 6 to fail including alternating 10 different ammo types in the same mag, and they haven't failed yet, so I plan to buy 4 more. Of course, my Glock has never failed either, so that might have something to do with it."
5.0 5
"Wow!, I needed a replacement 17 round mag and happened to see this deal, so I ordered 4 for the price of 1 Glock factory mag. I also received 2 mag pouches that are plenty good for the recreational shooter. They fit and work perfectly! Buy them before they are gone and your left kicking yourself."
4.0 5
"I purchased the Glock 17 mags after converting my Glock 22 to 9mm with Wolf barrel. The two mags came with pouch and looked the same if not better than the factory mags as well as loaded flawlessly. They were tight but got a full mag on one and 16 in the other. After letting them sit a few days loaded they loosened up. Shot 50 rounds through both without a problem. Very good find for the price."
5.0 5
"Found the problem with sticking/jamed mags. The mags are loser than the factory mags, if they stick while loading stop loading, and tap the back of the mag(where the holes are) and finish loading. If completely loaded tap the same way. For you military guys just think M16/20 round mags. These mags are jamming the same way. If you do the above you will not have any problems. These are great mags for the price!"
3.0 5
"I bought a bunch of these mags because I figured they will be good for range mags and that's it. When I first received them the rounds were very tough to put in, and I could only load 16 without tearing up my thumb. I had read so many reviews and watched reviews of these mags on youtube. It seemed like if you let the mags sit for a few days, so the spring would loosen up. After a few days of the mag holding 16 rounds, I finally put the 17th round in with no problems at all. But I had noticed that when unloading them the spring doesn't seem durable enough to last very long. A lot of the rounds didn't want to push all the way up and you had to tap the mag to make them come all the way up. I rated the mags a 3 because of this and I believe you should buy Glock factory springs or Wolff springs for these mags to work flawlessly."
4.0 5
"I bought 8 mags ( 4 sets ) despite the \"few\" bad reviews. I use them in my Kel-Tec S2K, and fits perfect. Every mag worked perfect no jams at all. I did do as others here said, load 2 or 3 then tap, and load more the 1st time. In the 1st load could only get 10 in mag then next time could load easier, and now getting 15 to 16 in without any trouble. The only thing I don't like, you could not see the round count in the holes on the mags, but not a big deal for the price. Thinking of getting more before they're all gone."
5.0 5
"I must say, I bought 4 of these and have run over 1000 rounds through them. Honestly, when I get to the range, there mixed in my range bag with my Glock 17 mags, and can't tell the difference unless I look at the base of the mag to see the KCI stamp. No problems loading, I use, most of the time with my Lula. FYI: Force of habit, even with my Glock mags I \"tap the back\" 1/2-way through loading the magazines, and another strong tap after the magazines are loaded to be sure all the rounds are seated anyway. Since the last 4 trips to the range, I've never had a mis-fire or jam. Sorry for the people I read that did have issues. I got lucky I guess, and buying 4 more too!"
5.0 5
"Got a set of these and the pouch is great. I could only get 16 rounds in them. Worked great in my 26. Good for range practice, but would not carry for SD."
5.0 5
"I am not for sure why others have had issues with these mags but I think they are great. Number one thing you want to do with these mags when you get them is break them down and stretch and compress the springs a few times to get them to loosen up a bit. After reassembling mine I loaded them full and set them in my range bag for ten days or so. They cycle great now and can be loaded with ease. A little work and they are just as good as factory mags."
5.0 5
"I purchased these with all the mixed reviews. I loaded one and it functions just like an original Glock magazine. I have not shot using the magazine, but am confident it will function just like a Glock original magazine."
5.0 5
"Awesome deal for a Glock magazine. You get two and they throw in a mag pouch. If that isn't enough they work! I have to admit in the beginning it was hard to load them fully to the top, but like anything else they had to be broken in. I wish Cheaperthandirt.com would offer this deal on all their aftermarket magazines. I ended up buying 4, and got 8 magazines for my Glock 17. SWEEEEEEEEET!!!!!!"
5.0 5
"First, I am retired from the military. Second I shoot all the time. Every day, sometimes more than once a day. I have a lot of land, so no range trips for me. I have always owned Glocks and carried a G-19 for years prior to switching to the 17. These mags are the best deal you will ever find. I bought 12 of them, and will be getting more. They worked fine. The springs are tight at first, but if you load them and leave them for a while. They are fine. I was paying double for 17 round Non-Glock mags at Gun Shows and online. These mags work well and I am very happy with them. Take it from a person who carries 24/7 and shoots everyday, these are the best deal you will ever find on magazines. Well worth the money to stock on them!"
5.0 5
"Unlike some members, I like to use the product before I give a proper review. I bought a set of these a couple months back, and was a bit skeptical at first. They were really stiff and I was angry because I could'nt get the full 17 rounds in the mags. It took me 15 minutes, and a few blisters to do that. Anyways, I let them sit for while. These mags work perfect now, and they are really easy to load all 17 rounds. These are worth the price. I can't wait to buy some more."
5.0 5
"I was very skeptical but with good reviews and the cheap price I couldn't resist. I bought four of these bad boys and the ammo was bit difficult to get in at first (I have a thumb assist loader, it's a plastic ring that has a small extension that is curved at the end). I worked the spring every time I put a bullet in and I was able to get all 17 rounds in and not one malfunction once out at the range. NOT bad at ALL for the price."
4.0 5
"This is my second time to buy these mags, and I still have not had any problems with them. Still hard to load the first couple of times, but after that, loads all 17 just fine. I have found that if you are having trouble loading, tap the mag a couple of times with your hand, and the spring will loosen up a bit. I have 8 of these now, just orderd 2 more to make an even 10!"
5.0 5
"At first I was skeptical about this product. One original Glock magazine can cost triple the cost of these KCI's. Here at CTD you can get 2 mags and a holster for 1/3 the cost. I have put 1000 rounds through it without any problems (tactical and marksmanship shooting). They load, feel, and shoot just like the original. The holster is functional but not that great."
5.0 5
"Functioned flawlessly with good ammunition and not so good ammunition. Best after-market mags I have ever seen."
5.0 5
"The pouch is worth the price of this combo pack. That said, seems like you get the mags free. However, you don't always get what you pay for in this case. The mags are of great quality also, springs are strong. The fit is A1, feed of rounds is great. After 10 months of heavy usage they are holding up as good if not better than the factory mags."
4.0 5
"I have a Glock 22--40 cal.--and I bought a 9mm barrel for it--cheaper ammo for practice. So I needed some Glock 17 mags.to use with it.I read all the reviews and figured what the Hell, I would give them a try. I dumped more money on other junk, so it won't be the first time to waste my time. So I ordered 2 about a month ago.However, I was very pleased with the mags and pouches when they arrived. Quality looked pretty decent.First thing I did was to take them apart and removed the excess plastic from the inside with a narrow 3 sided file. Then, I applied a thin coat of silicone spray to the inside.I reassembled them and loaded them up. It's true-- It is tough to get the 16th and 17th round in, but whith the speed loader I managed. I recently have been getting a lot of OT, so I was not able to get to the range until today.In the mean time, I would flip the rounds out of the mags and reload them a couple of times a week. The more I did this the easier they got to load. I guess the spring was starting to loosen up.Anyway, I finally got to the range today and they worked as smooth as silk. No problems at all.I gave them 4 bullets as they would not be a good duty pouch, because of the fasteners and the mags are not quite the Glock quality. However, they are 5 bullets for range use.My shooting partner was impressed with them and he is buying 4 for his Glock 17."
4.0 5
"I put about 100 rounds through these and had 2 feeding problems, which could be fixed simply by racking the slide. Based on this though I would recommend buying these as they are so cheap for the range, but for God's sake don't put your life on them. I took them apart and the only thing I see wrong with them is the springs. What I'm going to try is purchase Glock mag springs to improve quality."
2.0 5
"I purchased these hoping for the best but got what I feared. Two mags that jam pretty much every time. (I also think the spring is the problem) Save your money and buy the factory mags. The pouch is bulky but okay."
5.0 5
"I am very pleased with these mags. I own many factory Glock mags for my 27 and 17,and the KCI mags are just as good after you clean out the excess plastic. Thanks Cheaper Than Dirt!"
4.0 5
"These mags are extremely tight... The tightest mags I've ever tried to load. It can be done, all 17 fit. I haven't fired these yet but I've loaded them up, and manually worked my slide with 115 grain FMJ's, and they all fed with no problems."
4.0 5
"If you own a Glock, get yourself some of these mags before they disappear as these prices will not last forever. I had misgivings before buying these as they are 1/4th the price of a new Glock factory mag, but after talking to many people who have used these before I went ahead and bought several. Examine them before using as a couple had some extra plastic burs inside the mag wells, which may interfere with spring movement. I removed the burs with an X-acto knife, which took all of five minutes. After that, I found that these mags functioned and fed perfectly. Are these Glock original? No, but they are a very good functioning copy, and well worth the practically give away price. Based on my experience, I would have no qualms carrying these daily."
5.0 5
"Bought these got home had a pistol class the next day. Both mags worked great had no problems with them. We went through about 200 rounds during the class. Only could get 16 round in them but fed great into my 26"
5.0 5
"I purchased these to go with the 9mm conversion barrel for my Glock 31. The magazines worked perfectly. I did not have any problems loading them and had no jams. I used FMJ rounds and didn't have any problems at all. I'm not sure what the others were talking about but these magazines worked fine with FMJ ammo without having to do anything to them."
5.0 5
"Just got back from the range with these babies. Wait...were those the KCI's??? Functioned flawlessly! Rapid fire, slow fire. Ran about 250 rounds through my G17. Left them loaded for about 2 weeks, and they are much easier to fully load now. Clean out some of the extra plastic burs, and you're good to go (as good as OEM mags)."
5.0 5
"We are competitive shooters, and needed spare mags for some of the IPSC courses. We found these; most of the reviews were good, a couple complaints, but for the price we figured we'd try a few. Glad we did. About 700 rounds through them so far in a Glock 34, not a single problem. Functioned flawlessly. The only complaints I can even imagine have already been noted, that being the finish, and the tight fit. There are some plastic burrs left from the manufacturing process. A little fine sand paper cleans them up (or you could use an x-acto knife). When you first load them they are tight, and getting that last round in is a chore. If the other reviews are accurate, they should break in after a while and become easier. At this price, minor issues at best, and you just can't go wrong with these. We'll probably stock up with a few more."
5.0 5
"I have used these multiple times for IDPA and have never had a single problem. For 10 bucks, this is an insane deal. I'm ordering more today."
5.0 5
"250 rnds UMC 115gr 9mm in my Glock 22 with Wolf conversion barrel. 0 flaws, what a deal. Buying 2 more."
5.0 5
"I have been a close protection specialist for over 20 years and have seen more than my fair share of both violence and training gear. Suffice it to say that with this magazine, you get a lot more than what you pay for. The Glock corporation should have never given the Koreans the right to manufacture these magazines because they FAR exceed expectations. Our team (8 members) put over 400 rds. each through the 10 magazines that I purchase this Fall and not ONE single failure in +/- 4,000 rounds of factory ammo. In fact, the only stoppages we experienced were with the Glock OEM magazines. I would also point out that the \"myth\" that a Glock 17 magazine will seamlessly fit a model 19 (with just the butt sticking out of the handle) was proved erroneous. In our tactical re-loading drills, we had 3 model 19's that would not properly seat a Glock OEM magazine [sticks during ejection] and we did NOT experience that same problem with these KCI Glock 17 magazines. Suffice it to say that we have armed the team with either a model 17 or 19 and the 19 guys (smaller hands) are carrying two (2) of these KCI mags as back up and our model 17 guys are carrying three of the KCI's as their primary and 2 back-up magazines. If anyone is having trouble loading these things---practice!"
5.0 5
"I use these in my Glock 34 and my Kel-Tec Sub-2000. No problems in either gun so far after 3-4 months. They are not rated as drop-free, but I have no problems at all with the Glock 34...they drop just fine. In the S2K one of them drops OK, and one does not. One factor with the S2K is the flexibility of the grip...if I squeeze the grip hard when pressing the release, none of my mags will drop free...not even OEM Glock mags."
2.0 5
"These mags are not the best and I would never use one in a gun to defend my life with. Out of the 16 of these I bought 4 were junk out of the package and another 5 took work to get them to feed right.. The 4 I loaded up, the bottom plates popped off ,shooting the spring a country mile and dumping the ammo to the ground. So again I say DO NOT BUY THESE FOR ANYTHING MORE THAN FOR RANGE USE."
4.0 5
"Great mag for the price. If you have a feed problem, remove the spring and lay it on a flat surface. If it dose not lie flat, gently bend the loops until it dose. Some springs are twisted a bit. This causes friction inside the mag and will cure the problem. This will make a huge difference in the 33 round mags. With small adjustments, they work just as well as factory mags."
3.0 5
"First off these are Gen 1/2/3 magazines. They do NOT have the cut out for right side mag release. Not a prob for me. Bought 2 of these magazines. I could only get 15 rounds in either one but think with some more use the spring might soften up enough to fit the other 2 rounds. They feed fine and no jams yet. Only have 250 rounds thru them as of now. It's a tough choice between these which are available now or wait for the real Glock mags to become available if ever. As much as I hate saying this, get them while you can."
5.0 5
"Got this mag due to glock being back ordered 1.5 million mags. Thanks obama.. Loaded just fine for me. Get them while you still can."
3.0 5
"I got these mags as a back up for my Glock after reading mixed reviews. I have to agree with those who say these are for range use. I will not be keeping these next to my bed. Out of the box (well, bag, really), you will notice a lot of slag from the molding process. This caused feeding issues and failure to lock the slide back on one mag. After a lot of time, a steady hand, and fresh razor blades, I was able to get them to feed well. The spring is weaker than the Glock's so definitely not \"as good\" as Glock, but good enough for the range bag."
4.0 5
"Just opened the package with my g17 mag from kci for my g19. The fit and finish is better than i was expecting. Slides in, and drops from my gun like factory. Havent taken to the range yet, so for now factory mags for e.d.c. I have read some not so good reviews so i was expecting alot less quality. The next range session I will put about 250 rounds through it before I really know for sure."
5.0 5
"I must say that I am surprised with the quality of these magazines. They have a darker finish than Glock factory mags. They drop free from the gun, hold all 17 rounds, and have smooth followers. They did have a bit of flash left over from the molding process but I fixed this by disassembling them and trimming the flash with a razor blade. With regards to reliability, they are just as good as a Glock factory magazines, I can't tell the difference when I am shooting. The only difference is that they are harder to load than a Glock factory mag. I have not had a single issue with these magazines and would recommend them to other shooters."
1.0 5
"I bought these during a time frame when it was harder to get the factory mags. Based on the reviews, they seemed worth the investment. Having ran these through their paces at the range however, I would caution anyone from using these magazines for anything other than teaching malfunction drills. Non-stop malfunctions regardless of ammo. I thought that perhaps I got a bad batch so I bought two of them locally and had the same issues. With factory mags being relatively easy to get lately, I would stick to them. These mags are cheap junk and dangerous if your life depends on your equipment in your day to day job."
5.0 5
"I bought 5 mags and received them in 3 business days. Ran them through 5 cycles (85 rounds) each at the range and they worked flawlessly. I was using Rem UMC 115gr FMJ. I will be buying at least 10 more, I hate loading mags at the range. I just wish I could find these for my G21 Gen4, I would buy 10-15 of those."
4.0 5
"I purchased 2 of th KCI magazines for my glock 17 recently.I was impressed with how well the are made and look compared to say a mag-pro one.I also have 2 of the 33 round KCI mags and they work great to.The springs were a little tight at first but after use there wasnt a problem.I can fit all the rounds in the mags if I need to,but I never fill the all the way full.I always leave my mags for reloading 1 short.Overall I think they are a great buy for the price,and plan on getting more"
5.0 5
"They are the next best thing to the factory glock mag. I have been using the kci mags for years with no problems."
5.0 5
"it is a very little difference between the original magazines, but these magazines do not sit in the bench in performance with the originals. I will be buying lots more and recommending my friends into buying them. I am surprised with the quality of these magazines. They have a darker finish than Glock factory mags. They drop free from the gun, hold all 17 rounds, and have smooth followers."
4.0 5
"The magazine did the trick as I was looking for something to care my 9mm for practice shooting. I keep my OEM magazines near my nightstand, not sure I trust these cheaper one just yet."
5.0 5
"Have not used yet,but did load and installed in my Glock 17 1st gen. Everything seems great with fit into weapon and with removal. Used my handy loader to load clip and that worked fine too."
5.0 5
"This is the best purchase I have made in a very long time and the quality is great."
5.0 5
"I received the two magazines and found in a comparison that they are comparable to the Glock brand magazines that came with my Glock 17. They are easy to load and function as do the originals in chambering and ejecting rounds."
3.0 5
"The prices was great! You pay for what you get, though. I ordered a pair for my Glock34, Gen4. 1 of them wouldn't drop from the mag well, but the other is fine. Have yet to train with them. They do look just like the OEMs. Customer service was great - they credited me the money for the one and I didn't even have to return it! I will continue to shop here!"
5.0 5
"Great fit, and drops good. Better than Pro-mag."
4.0 5
"A great deal on a good magazine. You can't go wrong for this low price."
3.0 5
"These magazines worked great in my Glock 34 for about 6 months. Then they started to lock the slide open with one round still left in the magazine. (The original Glock mags did not do this) I found the feed lips were starting to spread, causing the mag follower to push up higher, activating the lock with a round still in the mag. I have to squeeze the feed lips every now and then and they start working correctly again."
4.0 5
"They arrived today and I am very pleased with them. The only problem is that I can only put 15 rounds in them, which is more than enough. The spring and mag follower can be improved also. But besides that they're a good buy."
4.0 5
"Just got them in the mail today, they seem solid but not quite as nice as GLOCK brand mags. They are pretty hard to load after 10 rounds and when I emptied it a couple rounds were a little sticky, leading me to believe I will have a few FTF's when I use them. I'll use them at the range but I won't carry them. I've heard some batches are better than others, I guess I got the just ok batch."
4.0 5
"The magazines have worked just fine in my Glock 34. The function just like the factory mags. I would definitely recommend these to any of my friends, just as they were recommended to me by people I shoot USPSA with."
5.0 5
"I picked up a couple as range spares for my Sweet Baboos glock 26. They give a full size fit(when used with adapters) and, so far, are operating well. Great price, I will pick up a few more. Your mileage may vary."
5.0 5
"I am very pleased with these. I carry these as my extra clips for conceal carry. You can't go wrong with more Fire Power."
2.0 5
"I ordered 4 of these and 2 were misformed to the point they wouldn't even go into the gun, loaded or unloaded. The others I received work fine. Ive learned my lesson and will only buy glock mags. Hope this helps."
5.0 5
"This is a good cheap option for several mags for a rig"
1.0 5
"Mags are hard to load and bullets hang up while shooting Very disappointed in the magazines I ordered two and will never use them again nor buy them again"
3.0 5
"Ok, so far, the price is the only up for these magazines. Straight out the package they feel \"clunky\". And the finishing is far from a shipped product. At the top of the mag, at the follower, theres leftover, unfinished plastic that if you're not aware of, makes unloading by hand a little hazardous. So beware of ends around and near the opening. While loading the spring just feels like its \"crunching\". Its just not smooth. I understand that these are $10 magazines, but...The follower wanted to do a nose up while loading with the GLOCK mag loader. You have to push down on the nose of each round to keep them at the correct angle. And towards the bottom of the load, well its a little rough to get the last couple in. I have heard if you let them sit fully loaded for a day or two, some of the rough operation kinda works itself out. So I have them sitting in the ready for my day at the range. With the rougher time of loading, I don't have much in the way of hope that these will be error free. As I stated though, for $10 a piece, they may turn out the be OK range mags and if as some of the other reviewers have said, with a little work they can be nice EDC mags.My advice, save for a couple GLOCK OEM mags and save yourself the extra effort."
5.0 5
"I have a number of the KCI mags for both my G17 and G19. I did change the spring for an extra power spring. The additional cost of the spring upgrade makes the mag 1/2 the price of a Glock factory mag. So far these magazines have given me 100% reliability at a nice cost saving. I will be buying more of these magazines and will recommend them to my friends."
5.0 5
"these mags worked 100% for me after leaving them loaded for 2 weeks.they are hard to load the first time but after they break in they get easier to load."
4.0 5
"I got three of these for my gen 2 Glock17. They load up and function fine but don't sit flush with the bottom of the grip like factory mags do. Not a deal breaker but worth 1 star."
3.0 5
"It really is luck of the draw... I ordered 2 of these magazines as backups for my Glock 17, one of them drops and feeds just like a normal glock magazine. The other gets stuck in the magwell, feeds fine but I have to pull it out. I'll take some sandpaper this week and sand down some protruding spots tho, should help quite a bit."
5.0 5
"I bought these without realizing these are Korean made. when the came in I was skeptical that they would even fit my G-17, sure enough; tight secure fit.Totally recommend picking up a pair"
1.0 5
"These will not engage in the gun if the magazine release is set for left-handed due to design.I am sending them back."
2.0 5
"Mags hold 17 rounds, dont load anywhere as good as the glock mags but i guess they will do the job"