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I have a Glock 17 and I'd like to try a long stick mag and drum mag, and I have a Glock 23 that I'd like to try the same (if available).

My experience in the 1990s that they weren't reliable for other brands of guns I used to own.

Thoughts? Experiences? Recommendations?


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They make factory stick mags for the 40 and 9mm ..ETS mags so far have ok reviews and cheeper ... Drum mags are eh
 

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I have some long factory mags. The only thing I notice is you cannot limp wrist the gun with these mags (not that you should anyway) I had two feed problems today at the range,with the long mags, and this is not the first time. If I hold the gun very tight, there is never a problem. This is a G26, and it never ever fails with the 10 round mags, never ever. Perhaps it is the weight of the long mags , I don't know.
 

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The 33 rd Glock mags are very reliable IME. The Asian clone ones I have seen not so much!
 
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I use factory glock 33rd mags and ets 31rd mags. Haven't had issues with either. The ETS mags feel cheap to me, but they work fine.
 

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I have a Glock 17 and I'd like to try a long stick mag and drum mag, and I have a Glock 23 that I'd like to try the same (if available).

My experience in the 1990s that they weren't reliable for other brands of guns I used to own.

Thoughts? Experiences? Recommendations?


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I have several glock 33 round OEM mags and they have always worked fine. I have seen several of the off brand stick mags have issues and I personally would not use them unless for range use only.
 
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