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Red White & Blue GLOCK 18 Magazine 9mm 33 Rounds Polymer Metal Lined

Red White & Blue LLC
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Red White & Blue has imported this Korean manufactured 33 round GLOCK 9mm mag. This black polymer, metal lined, extended magazine is a great value for when you need more firepower in your GLOCK 17, 18, 19, 26 or 34. This magazine is also the perfect choice for your AR-15, Kel-Tec or Just Right Carbine that accepts GLOCK magazines. 
Total number of Reviews: 20

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4.0 5
"Magazine arrived today it works great for my glock 19 gen 4 but the way they packaged it was horrible arrived with scratches and a lil piece chip nothing to keep it safe but other then that magazine works great."
– john doe
5.0 5
"Arrived fast. Ran 300 rounds through my TNW 9mm carbine without a single issue. Well worth the money. May by more, just because you can never have too many mags."
– Kells503
3.0 5
"Pretty cool looking and great to take to the range to minimize reloads. However I have yet to get more than 23 rounds in it. To say the spring in the mag is rigid would be a huge understatement"
– Corrigan
4.0 5
"Great product at great price.Fits glock 26 great will be buying more."
– Loudpedal
4.0 5
"Good magazine so far... Went through mag twice with no problems. I would recommend to friends."
– tnolenjr
4.0 5
"Surprised by the functionality of a product. Has thus far done precisely what it is intended. Fits a ton of rounds and hasn't failed yet."
– Hauss
5.0 5
"Great for the range, saves 2 reloads."
– Fire Power Happy
5.0 5
"Got 2 of these quick. They load little hard but got both full 33 rounds. Will be ordering more"
– Patrick B.
3.0 5
"I bought these due to price. Advertised as a Glock \"clone\" fully metal lined and a number of good reviews I thought I would buy a half dozen. 1st of all they are very similar to the Glock mags of the same size. The springs are tight and you will need a loader, I used my trusty UPLULA. I tested two of the mags by dropping them fully loaded onto a towel on my garage floor. After several drops, they remained intact and still cycled well in my 9mm AR15 carbine. My only complaint so far is the finish. Two of my mags arrived with what appeared to be some major scuffing/wear which after close inspection seems to be more of a result of manufacturing. I complained to Cheaper than Dirt and they immediately refunded me. I don't like the shipping they use, and seems as if for the shipping charge they could have shipped USPS Priority Mail and I could have gotten in 2 days rather than 8 and their packing leaves much to be desired. Then again you cant' beat the price."
– Steelponycowboy
5.0 5
"Could not be any better for the price. Got all 33 rounds in on the first try. The finish is great and well worth the buy over factory mags for 4x the price."
– Son of Liberty
5.0 5
"When the mag first arrived I tried loading it but it only held 29 rounds . However, I left the rounds in the magazine for about an hour then tried again and it held its full capacity.I guess the spring just needed to be broken in. Anyways, the magazine has functioned flawlessly. No misfeeds or anything of that sort."
– Myrick
5.0 5
"At first with other reviews of similar korean after market mags, I feared jamming, failure to feeds, and bad springs. After buying two, they both flawlessly hold 33 rounds and have no issues feeding. I even did a 33 Round magazine dump and rapid fired all as fast as possible. Not one hiccup. I recommend strictly this brand of korean mag from the others. These work. Very impressed. Now to find some for my g22 in .40. Buy some now be fore the word gets out and the price goes up."
– Glockboy
4.0 5
"I ran 100 rounds of Tulammo and 100 rounds of Winchester White Box through my Just Right Carbine. The WWB fed great, but with the Tul the rifle would stovepipe at about 2/3s through the mag. It was very consistent in its ammo feed preferences. Brass 9x19 is still cheap enough though, so that coupled with the price of the mag earns it 4 stars."
– Marshall
5.0 5
"I know there are a lot of people who only trust name-brand products, but some of us can't afford to drop $30 on a magazine.Fortunately, I've put several of these magazines to the test so you don't have to worry. I've been using 3 of these magazines regularly at the range and have experienced no issues with them whatsoever in my Glock17. They've held up just as well as my Glock Brand extended magazines.10/10 will buy more of."
– James
5.0 5
"The best bang for my buck in a long time.It will load the maximum amount of rounds NO PROBLEM. Just follow the instructions on the order sheet. I guarantee many people didn't and that's why they can't load more than 23."
– Chris
1.0 5
"I bought two of these figuring to use them for target practice to avoid reloading and pockets full of magazines. After running through them, I'd say this is a waste of money. They fail to feed, then after a couple times, loading them back up was a joke as the spring is too loose to even hold the first round or two in place. Buy the real GLOCK magazines--these are a big disappointment."
– Les
5.0 5
"Excellent magazines for the money. They drop free and the springs are very, very tight (which I prefer). It get a little tough putting rounds in after 26 or so rounds. All in all, a great buy for the money. I will be getting more!"
– Andrew W.
5.0 5
"Works great functions flawlessly have a couple of these on glock 19 gen 4"
– ocj
5.0 5
"Its of great quality and looks and feels like original. Feeds fine without issues. For this price I wouldnt complain about the magazine at all. Recommend for range use only."
– ocj
5.0 5
"Feeds flawlessly. These mags look & preform like they should."
– Big Daddy