Loading Glock (And Other Mags) Made Simple(r) by ETS Magazine’s C.A.M. System

After Yeti Works and B&T were showing off a fascinating way to load dual-stack magazines from ammunition boxes, ETS Group, makers of various fine translucent magazines has stepped up the ante a bit with their C.A.M. loading system.

Like other systems, the loader uses a long rim holding extension to pull up to 10 cartridges out of a common ammunition box. Unlike the double-stack dedicated loaders, the ETS C.A.M. system uses geometry to feed single-feed, double-stack, and single-feed, single-stack magazines. To load, rotate the loader bullets to the sky and use the plunger against the ammunition and push down to load the rounds into the magazine.

To quote one well-known libation commercial: “Brilliant!”

While designed for the Glock system, the C.A.M. system is stated to work with a variety of 9mm, .40 S&W, and other magazines that fit within the envelope.

Retail pricing is set at $49.99 and includes your choice of any one other ETS Glock magazine. The C.A.M. loader can be purchased directly from ETS and soon through their sales & distribution network. 

Features (Courtesty of ETS):

  • Loads pistol mags in seconds! Truly the first speed loader for pistol mags.
  • Works with 9mm and .40 caliber pistol mags, double or single stack.
  • Picks rounds up from ammo tray. User doesn’t have to even touch ammo.
  • Does not force rounds through the feedlips. It won’t damage the mags in any way.
  • Portable, easily fits in your range bag.
  • Made from an extremely durable polymer that will hold up to wear and tear.
  • Lifetime Warranty



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.


  • Giolli Joker

    Step 0. MUST wear tactical gloves.

    • You joke, but I ordered one of them specifically because of my experience trying to load magazines with gloves on. It was really cold during a match a couple of years ago, and I had to take off my gloves to load, which sucked.

      Of course the gloves I was using weren’t tactical gloves, but a waterproof winter gloves. Though the same company makes a “tactical’ version in brown. Other than that they are exactly the same.

  • Drew Coleman

    Very interesting.

  • Disarmed in CA

    Cool. Can spend more money shooting and less time reloading. Looks like it would even speed up loading from a bulk pack, but not as much.

  • Nicholas C

    I got this in for review. Review to be posted soon. It did not work well for me.

    • SGT Fish

      thanks for letting me know. I was tempted to order one. and probably would have if it was 20 bucks cheaper. were you loading glock mags? I don’t see it working well for anything smaller

      • Nicholas C

        So apparently it works better when lubed. And anmo selection is helpful.

        Blazer works the best.