One of the lesser known companies at the NRA Annual Meeting is Jagemann. Their brightly colored mags is what caught my attention. Upon talking to the representative I learned that Jagemann are OEM manufacturers of brass casings for a lot of companies. Hornady is one of their customers.
Jagemann also uses their automotive industry experience to mold polymer magazines for Glock handguns. They make magazines for the Glock 17, 19. 42, and 43. Their magazines come molded in six colors; Tiffany Blue aka Robin’s Egg Blue, Pink, Red, Brown, Green, and Grey.
Certainly different and an option for shooters who like a little color to personalize their guns.
Their Jag17 magazine, for the Glock 17, actually holds 18 rounds and has an extended base pad. Although the basepad does not actually extend below the magazine. It looks as though their magazine is just longer than a standard Glock mag to accommodate the 18th round.
The Jag17 seems to be the only Glock magazine that is extended. Their Jag19 appears to only have 15 rounds. The Jag42 and Jag43 seem to have the same capacity as factory Glock magazines but they do come in molded colors.
Their magazines have and MSRP of $15 but I have been able to find them online as low as $10.99.