ETS Group Releases 40-Round Mags for M&P, SIG P430 and HK VP9

ETS 40-Round Magazine
New translucent polymer Glock magazines from ETS. IMG ETS

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- ETS Group releases their new 40 round 9mm magazines for the Smith and Wesson M&P Sig P320, and HK VP9. These clear polymer magazines are made from advanced polymers that provide extreme impact resistance so they won’t crack or break when dropped. With superior tolerances, these magazines won’t become brittle over time, even when exposed to harsh environments, chemicals, extreme cold, or UV rays.

Their durable construction eliminates creep, so the feed lips and body won’t spread when being stored long term fully loaded. Specially designed base plates make them easy to grab and
disassemble without any tools and their transparent bodies make it easy to identify round count and type. All ETS products come with a lifetime warranty and are made in the USA.

  • SW9-MP-40 $26.99
  • HKVP9-40 $26.99
  • SG9-320-40 $26.99

ETS’s new line of 40-round magazines are available now at www.etsgroup.us.


About ETS Group:
Here at Elite Tactical Systems Group (ETS), our goal is to provide our customers with innovative products by utilizing cutting-edge design, materials, and manufacturing processes. Be it our clear polymer magazines or the fastest loaders the shooting world has ever seen, our dedication to our core values keeps us at the forefront of innovation and value for our customers. ETS products are reliable and affordable with a lifetime warranty, and are always proudly made in the USA.

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Beobear
Beobear (@beobear)
9 months ago

Which would be good news if ETS magazines actually worked. I was interested in buying some until I read the reviews. Call me when the mags actually function without oil.

Oldman
Oldman (@crazyphone)
9 months ago
Reply to  Beobear

They do work, except if you have a 9 rd. mag and you can only get 8 in it. Other than that they appear to function without oil, (I stopped after buying one for a G43) and noticed that it was bulging after one day fully loaded. I certainly would not depend on one for a personal carry mag.

Terry
Terry (@tbell50)
10 months ago

Why only in 40’s

Xaun Loc
Xaun Loc (@xaunloc)
10 months ago
Reply to  Terry

Because 40 is more than 30, 32, or 34. The idea is simply to market a larger capacity magazine for the people who like range toys.

Guit
Guit (@guitfiddle07)
10 months ago
Reply to  Terry

They also have them in 30 and 21 rd options. I think the 40 is just “new”.