MORE AMMO! Aluminum PCC Mag Coupler from Lone Wolf Distributors

The craze for pistol caliber carbines has been burning bright and hot for the last year. With various companies launching dedicated to the platform including Quarter Circle 10, Angstadt Arms, and others, the 9mm community has received a significant dose of adrenalin. However, various established companies have also taken up the mantle including the leader in aftermarket Glock accessories, Lone Wolf Distributors.

Lone Wolf Distributors has released a product sure to make the Pistol Caliber Carbine enthusiast and competitor happy – an all metal magazine coupler. The coupler is compatible with all 9mm, .40, and 3.57 SIG magazines with extended capacities. Standard capacity magazines will have trouble fitting the coupler and sitting fully in the magazine well. .45 and 10mm enthusiasts will sadly have to wait, it is not compatible with the big(er) boys. Likewise, the baby glocks (G42 / G43) are out too.

Assuming aftermarket extensions on the Glock 33 round “happy sticks”, one can take a single magazine up to 62 rounds. Doubling that with the Lone Wolf coupler gives one 124 rounds of 9mm enjoyment, alibet with some long magazines sticking out the weapon. Still, its 124 rounds!

The coupler itself is manufactured from aluminum, available in both a satin and black anodized finish. Retail pricing is set at $29.99 for both satin and black options. Those interested can check it out at Lone Wolf’s website. 

Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • Unfortunately I think that is only usable in 3 gun, as they are not allowed in USPSA.

  • 22winmag

    Block of wood and duct tape.

    • Edeco

      Cable ties – more tactical.

      • Oregon213

        I think its considering that you use one of the end to end mag extensions with a 33 round mag. Kind of hokey if you ask me… but no one did.

      • EdgyTrumpet

        Cable ties could snag, duct tape is the high speed/low drag solution you are looking for.

        • Edeco

          Could do the tie so that the clip portion is inside, between the mags. Or, I’d at least use black electrical tape since it’s cooler looking than duct tape.

  • RSG

    This will only work on firearms with an independent magwell and not on those where the mag is inserted in the pistol grip.

    • Edeco

      …unless one had the second mag upside down, and only partial overlap of the shafts, I would think

      • Rick O’Shay

        and both mags are extended mags, with enough surface area for the coupler to attach.

        • DMZ

          Just use 100MPH tape to do that. More compact side to side.

          • Rick O’Shay

            Pretty much.

        • Edeco

          Yup, crud, took me minutes to realize also in that case the spacing between the shafts wouldn’t be needed, so tape or ties really just as good.

    • iksnilol

      Unless you used mags that extended slightly under the pistol grip. Then mounted the coupler as far down as it can go.

  • DMZ

    Who makes an extension that takes a 31-rd mag tube to 62 rounds?

    • TACCOM makes a coupler that allows you to connect two Glocks mags, I imagine you can use two 32 round magazines. But you will have to find a spring that will work.

      I use the TF extensions that allow +10 capacity giving me 41 rounds.

  • TangledThorns

    Hera makes a similar coupler for$10 less.

  • Martin Grønsdal

    Is a person allowed to think of this product in california?

    • DT

      no. I am pretty sure the DOJ fairy will come steal your pets in the middle the night.

  • Almost certainly this would count as “manufacturing” a banned item in states where standard capacity common sense is illegal, so folks in No Bill Of Rights Zones will still have to stick to heavy rubber bands and hope an “ease of storage” excuse flies, but this is a neat accessory for anyone with a PCC that can fit it. For actual Glocks and SIGs, you’re gonna wanna jungle clip ’em (facing in opposite directions) with enough clearance that you can actually hold the grip, though.

  • Ratcraft

    So having a grip 4 inches across isn’t an issue?