- Elite Tactical Glock 43 6 RD Translucent Magazine 9mm PolymerIn Stock$16.95
- Elite Tactical Glock 43 9 RD Translucent Magazine 9mm PolymerIn Stock$16.95
- Elite Tactical Glock 43 12 RD Translucent Magazine 9mm PolymerIn Stock$16.95
Elite Tactical Systems magazines are made from advanced polymers, so they won't break or crack when dropped. ETS products for sale are available for Glock and AR-15 platforms in a variety of capacities, and when you buy them from the Omaha Outdoors online store, you receive not only the peace of mind of buying genuine parts from an Elite Tactical Systems stocking dealer and the associated lifetime warranty, but also $9.95 flat rate shipping.
The Elite Tactical Systems cam loader is an ingenious device which will make shooting easier and prevent you from getting sore thumbs at the range, but it comes in at a much more affordable price than the competition, and we know a lot about mag loaders here at Omaha Outdoors. The C.A.M. loader for rifle and pistol mags is superior to the competition because it picks rounds up from the ammo tray your bullets came in, saving you valuable time and tossing out the window old school mag loaders which forced you to load a single round at a time. The pistol version is a universal design compatible with double or single stack 9mm and 40 cal magazines while the rifle version loads magazines for the AR15, AK47, SCAR, AK74, MP5, CZ Scorpion, and more.
ETS translucent magazines for sale at Omaha Outdoors offer several features you won't find from any other manufacturer in addition to their translucent design. All ETS mags are creep resistant, meaning you can leave both the pistol and rifle mags loaded for long periods of time uncovered and the feed lips won't deform or crack under pressure. As an added bonus, they offer superior cold, heat, and UV resistance and they are resistant to harsh chemicals as well.
The Elite Tactical Systems AR-15 mag comes in standard and coupler designs, with the integrated coupler magazine being designed to allow the connection of two ETS coupler feature magazines for faster magazine changes especially when you don't want to or can't carry a spare mag on your body. Magazine grip ribs make pulling them from pouches a breeze, while the translucent smoke body enables you to instantly see how full the mag is, especially when the tritium follower is used. The no tilt follower contributes to excellent reliability and the clip on dust cover protects the ammo from dirt and debris during storage.
The Elite Tactical Systems Glock mag is a favorite of many high-volume shooters for its unique appearance and reliable function, plus the fact that it's available in many different lengths and capacities, both restricted and enhanced, for both 9mm and 40 cal in single and double stack designs. The baseplate makes it easy to grab from magazine pouches and also easy to disassemble, a welcome change from standard Glock mags, while the entire concept of translucent Glock mags has taken the gun world by storm and allowed shooters to show off their carry ammo as well as their gun. Capacities include standard Glock sizes including 15 round Glock 19 mags and 6 round Glock 43 mags, but they also offer capacity options of 10 round for restricted states, 22 round for competition where rules limit overall magazine length, and 31 round for maximum firepower or use with a 9mm AR that takes Glock mags.
Colored Elite Tactical Systems magazine followers are available in green, orange, yellow, blue, and red for both pistol designs like the ETS Glock 9mm and 40 cal mags and rifle designs like the ETS AR-15 magazines. These colored followers offer reliable function and the ability to designate magazines exclusively for certain calibers, which could prevent catastrophic failure, such as if 300 Blackout ammunition was fired from a .223 Remington rifle, or just to keep 9mm Glock mags separated from 40 cal Glock mags.
The Elite Tactical Systems AR15 tritium follower is a simple solution to a problem which has faced many shooters, especially in the dark – how do you know how much ammunition is left in your rifle after an engagement? Sure, you could pull the mag and see how heavy it is, or shine a light at a windowed magazine to see where the mark on the spring lines up with the marks on the body of the mag, but that would mean taking the rifle out of service momentarily, and white light discipline violations are a major no-no in combat operations. The tritium follower, on the other hand, requires no light source to glow and can tell you in an instant how far up the mag the last round is. If it's not visible, that means the follower has gone up inside the magwell and you'll soon run dry. With a reliable bolt hold open on the last round, you can be assured that when you do run dry, you'll be able to reload quickly and get back into the fight.