At the top of this year Magpul announced yet another ground-breaking product, the PMAG 17. An inexpensive polymer 17-round Magpul magazine for Glock 17s, the PMAG 17 was guaranteed to succeed even before it hit the market. About the only thing that could go wrong was if some small, but critical step or test was overlooked.
A small but critical mistake was made. Just a few days after the public release of the PMAG 17 Magpul has confirmed that some magazines are not feeding correctly when paired with other 9mm Glock pistols, specifically the Glock 19 and Glock 26.
Any reasoning behind this or just your speculation?It could be a very Big deal if it also messes up in the Model 17, since if a mag should work in several models but don't that tells me the mag has a prob and will most likely also mess up in the 17, but to each his own!
Get used to it.By the title of the thread and the amount of !!!!!!!!! after dont use, I was expecting to open this thread and see a video link to the magazine spontaneously combusting, cooking off rounds into peoples foreheads, and judgement day coming down upon us..
I'm a little disappointed now.