Magpul Introduces PMAG 12 for Glock 26

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posted on December 29, 2016
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The latest polymer pistol magazine out from Magpul is the PMAG 12 GL9, a 12-round magazine designed for use in the Glock 26.

The new PMAG 12 uses the same technology and designs found in the popular PMAG 17 and PMAG 15 and provides owners of the Glock 26 with two extra rounds in magazine capacity, along with a built-in finger groove to improve grip.

The magazine also features grooves molded into the side of the magazine's base to aid users in retrieving the mag from the pistol. The magazine also features an easily removable floor plate that uses a paint-pen marking matrix that allows owners to label magazines to aid in organization and maintenance.

The new PMAG 12 GL9 is available in black and retails at a suggested price of $15.95.

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