- 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
With a look unlike any other magazine on the market, impact resistant Elite Tactical Systems (ETS) mags, available from Omaha Outdoors, give you better situational awareness due to their translucent bodies – and confidence from their durable construction and lifetime guarantee. ETS has also eliminated the need for bulky and costly mag couplers with an integrated coupling system allowing you to connect multiple magazines almost instantly without the use of tools. Of course, their mag followers are no-tilt with reliable bolt hold open on the last round.
The popularity of 300 AAC Blackout has caused many people to buy a spare upper for their AR-15 which shoots the bigger, slower bullet ideal for silenced use. However, a hidden danger exists: a 300 Blackout cartridge will go into the chamber of a 5.56mm rifle without any external signs that something is amiss. Without any external signs, that is, until the rifle suffers a catastrophic failure - expensive and potentially injurious - when the hammer falls. ETS introduced the Rapid Recognition System or R.R.S. to combat this problem. While 300 AAC Blackout loads into most AR-15 mags without any problems, the R.R.S. color codes your mags at a glance with bright followers and baseplate inserts. Make all the mags you load 300 Blackout into red accented and the chances of a catastrophic failure will diminish.
If you shoot Glock 17, 19, 26 magazines in a Glock pistol or pistol caliber AR, the R.R.S. (Rapid Recognition System) for 9mm and .40 S&W will help prevent malfunctions which can arise from mixing up those two calibers.
While many polymer magazines are known to crack when dropped onto a hard surface while loaded, and aluminum or steel magazines take a permanent bend to the feed lips when dropped, Elite Tactical Systems magazines don’t crack or bend. This puts them in a very exclusive club when it comes to the AR-15 mag. They’re also resistant to harsh chemicals such as the solvents you might use to clean your guns and they have great durability throughout a wide variety of temperature ranges from hot to cold. Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light has been known to cause polymers to become brittle, but again, ETS magazines are engineered to resist the ravages of the elements – in this case, the sun.
From stock length standard capacity Glock magazines to competition legal added capacity mags and 31-round high capacity magazines derived from the full auto Glock 18 design to an AR-15 mag with unique and highly useful features, there’s a lot to like about ETS translucent polymer magazines.