NEW Elite Tactical Systems ETS MP5 9mm Magazines

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    For shooters who love running their MP5 and all other associated copies of that time-tested platform, you now have another option when it comes to purchasing your magazines. Elite Tactical Systems is now offering ETSĀ MP5 magazines in four different capacities to keep your range fun flowing. These new ETS MP5 9mm magazines feature their hallmark see-through or translucent design which not only looks cool but provides the added benefit of allowing you to know your round count and what type of ammo you are running.

    Elite Tactical Systems provides these specs on their new magazines to tempt any and all MP5 owners to dive in on their new ETS MP5 magazine offerings:

    • Optimized to run Hollow Points
    • Same reliability you’ve come to expect from H&K Magazines
    • Translucent body – allowing you to see your ammo count and type
    • Extreme impact resistance – won’t crack or break when dropped
    • Very resistant to harsh chemicals
    • Superior heat, cold and UV resistance – won’t become brittle over time, even when exposed to harsh environments or extreme cold
    • Creep resistant – the feedlips and body won’t spread when being stored long-term, even when fully loaded
    • Far lighter than steel magazines
    • Fits standard MP5 mag pouches and couplers
    • Lifetime Warranty

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    According to Elite Tactical Systems, these new magazines of theirs are compatible with all MP5 style 9mm firearms including HK MP5… MP5K… HK94… SP89… SP5K… Zenith… MKE… Omega… POF… HK Contract MP5 Variants… MP5 Style SW5… BW5… CA94… D54… V94… clones… or other custom builds. The four different magazine sizes along with their associated price-points can be viewed below:

    • HKMP5-10 | 10 Rounds | MSRP $39.99
    • HKMP5-20 | 20 Rounds | MSRP $39.99
    • HKMP5-30 | 30 Rounds | MSRP $39.99
    • HKMP5-40 | 40 Rounds | MSRP $44.99

    ETS MP5

    For all of our readers who fancy themselves MP5 mavens, what are your thoughts on plastic magazines versus the traditional steel? Are this price-point and product something you would be willing to run with your firearm? Let us know in the comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

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