[SHOT 2024] Shield Arms Fills in The Gaps with a 10rd and 25rd Magazine And Rolls Out Their Mountain Partisan Chest Rigs

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Shield Arms, a company known for its innovative S15 flush-fit metal 15-round magazines for the Glock slimline series, has announced an expansion of its product line at SHOT 2024. The company unveiled a new series of soft goods, including their Mountain Partisan chest rigs, as well as 10rd and 25rd magazines for Glock 43x/48 pistols.

One of the standout offerings from Shield is the Mountain Partisan Chest Rig, explicitly designed to accommodate 5.56 style magazines. The rig features a variety of color options and includes several components aimed at enhancing functionality and accessibility for users. The rig won’t fit larger AR-10 magazines, but for those utilizing standard 5.56 style, the fit is optimal.

Product specs for the Mountain Partisan Chest Rig include:
– Color Options: Ranger, Black, M81, Coyote, Multicam
– Package Content: Split-Rig Base, Small GP Pouch, Large GP Pouch, Kestrel Pouch
– Shoulder Strap and Harness Assembly, Selected Mag Shingles
– MSRP: $325

The Shield Arms representative mentioned the focus on the chest rig among their new soft goods this year, indicating a keen interest in providing supportive gear for shooters.


In addition to the chest rig, Shield Arms also announced the upcoming release of new 10-round magazines, designed to pair with cut-down Glock 43X pistols. These magazines accommodate the shorter frame while maintaining full capacity.

Following the 10-round magazine, Shield Arms plans to launch a 25-round magazine, offering enhanced capacity for those seeking extended shooting sessions before reloading.

Previously, Shield Arms has significantly influenced the concealed carry market with their introductions, such as the S15 magazine. The company is not new to product expansions and upgrades; from offering a +2 extension for the S15 magazines to developing a new Gen 2 version of the S15, Shield Arms demonstrates a pattern of continuous innovation.

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