Shield Arms 15-rd mags for Glock 43X/43X MOS in stock again

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Finally after many months of waiting for me Shield Arms has the 15 round mags back in stock. I got a G43X MOS pistol months ago and had to 'suffer' with only a Glock 10 rd mag. Try to get one/many as I am sure there are many who have wanted the larger capacity. If you switch to the metal mags you will need to replace the plastic mag catch with a metal one that Shield Arms sells as a combo package.

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Just orfered some yesterday from a distributor...been out of stock for quite awhile....son uses them off duty in G48...
 

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Finally after many months of waiting for me Shield Arms has the 15 round mags back in stock. I got a G43X MOS pistol months ago and had to 'suffer' with only a Glock 10 rd mag. Try to get one/many as I am sure there are many who have wanted the larger capacity. If you switch to the metal mags you will need to replace the plastic mag catch with a metal one that Shield Arms sells as a combo package.

DISCLAIMER: I don't have anything to do with Shield Arms, just a shooter passing the word.
Magholder makes a horizontal mag pouch that fits this magazine perfectly!
 

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Shield Arms still has the 15 round mags in stock plus a new mag extension that adds 5 more rounds. Total of 20 rounds now.
 

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Finally after many months of waiting for me Shield Arms has the 15 round mags back in stock. I got a G43X MOS pistol months ago and had to 'suffer' with only a Glock 10 rd mag. Try to get one/many as I am sure there are many who have wanted the larger capacity. If you switch to the metal mags you will need to replace the plastic mag catch with a metal one that Shield Arms sells as a combo package.

DISCLAIMER: I don't have anything to do with Shield Arms, just a shooter passing the word.
And they have an increased capacity mag for the G43 in the works.
 

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Yes, if you switch to Shield Arms metal mags you need to change out the mag release button to a metal one. If you don't the metal mags will wear on the polymer mag release making holding/release of polymer Glock mags iffy. I mainly use the metal mags with increased capacity only in competition with frequent load/unloadinig. When I carry the G43X MOS in concealed public mode I use the polymer mags and not found any problem with the metal mag release as there is infrequent load/unloading.

p.s. Watch the YouTube videos on how to change the mag release button. I did have to buy a set of tools to reach inside mag well to pry up the spring. Its a bit***h.
 
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