Kriss Magazine, Glock .45ACP, 30 Round Capacity, Black
Kriss Magazine, Glock .45ACP, 30 Round Capacity, Black
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Nobody in the history of the world has ever said "I wish I had LESS ammo." But combining extra capacity with trustworthy reliability has sometimes been tricky.

Then along came Kriss.

If you are one of those who get to practice freedom without infringement, you can substantially elevate your Glock game with these fully assembled supercap mags from Kriss.

Pairing a factory Glock magazine with the KRISS MagEx2 extension kit results in 30 rounds of .45ACP at your fingertips, ready to be sent downrange. The Austrian/Swiss connection, so to speak. The KRISS extended outer sleeve (steel reinforced, like Glock mags) and baseplate delivers a rugged yet aesthetically pleasing  magazine for your Glock, Vector,  or other Glock magazine-compatible firearms such as Pistol Caliber Carbines.

The mag spring is longer and heavier-duty to prevent overstressing it when fully loaded.

The extension is made from the same polymer as the Glock OEM magazine. This makes for a seamless blend and looks good.

On the back of the magazine, numbered witness holes are a nice way to quickly to check remaining ammo. KRISS recommends using a mag loader such as the UpLULA (Universal Pistol Loader and UnLoader Accessory) to insert those last few rounds, to which my older hands agree. We carry those as well, in a variety of colors.

Weather you are at the range or some of the worlds less-than-pleasant places, this is one piece of equipment built to go.

Fits double-stack Glock .45ACP pistols. Will not fit the single-stack Glock 36 as the mag is wider than the G36 mag well.

FITS: Glock 21, Glock 21SF, Glock 30, Glock 30s, Glock 41, Kriss Vector. Will also fit Pistol Caliber Carbines and Personal Defense Weapons such as, but NOT limited to Ruger LC Carbine, CMMG Banshee....any of the PCCs and PDWs that use a Glock .45ACP magazine. These are just a few that we are familiar with, and new ones seem to hit the market fairly regularly.

Always follow State and Local Restrictions. See Restrictions Here.