OEM magazines for your Polymer80 or GLOCK® handgun.
Finish off your new P80 pistol build with a quality, factory GLOCK® magazine. Options are available for the two most popular series: G17, G19, G26 and more, with more series' magazines to come! Each magazine's made from reliable glass-filled nylon polymer, made to be practically indestructible. Each magazine also features an anti-tilt, high-visibility follower, flared bottom plate for easy pouch retrieval, and OEM stainless steel springs to ensure every last round reliably cycles.
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