NEW Ed Brown 9mm Glock Magazines

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    Ed Brown has always been known as a manufacturer of high-end 1911-style pistols, however, within the past few years, they have been exploring polymer-framed modern handguns. Their catalog now includes a variety of parts and accessories for non-1911 pistols as well as the Fueled Series of custom S&W M&P pistols. Continuing the expansion into the polymer handgun market, Ed Brown has announced their new 9mm Glock magazines.

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    Glock® 9mm replacement magazines, manufactured just like the traditional magazines with a steel line and polymer outer body. Held to the same exacting standards as you have come to expect from all Ed Brown Performance Magazines. Offered in 9mm with a 15 round, 17 round, and the 31 round magazines, to work in the pre-Gen5 Model 17, 19, or the 31 round magazines can work in any 9mm Glock® as well as AR9mm that accept Glock style magazines as well. This new replacement Glock® magazine will meet or exceed factory magazine performance and carries the same Lifetime Warranty as you expect from Ed Brown.

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    The 15 and 17-round Glock magazines are listed on ED Brown’s website at an MSRP of $19.95 and the 31-rounder costs $24.95.

    Besides the magazines, ED Brown also sells threaded barrels, triggers and a front sight installation tool for Glock pistols.

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    Although there is no information on whether these magazines are manufactured in-house or outsourced to a third party, considering the reputation of Ed Brown, these should be magazines of the highest quality. Do you think so too or do you think perfection can’t be perfected? Which aftermarket magazine have you been using and is there anything better than OEM Glock mags in your experience? Sound off in the comments section.


    Pictures by Ed Brown, www.edbrown.com

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