Transparent Ghost Glock Magazines

*sounds sirens* HIGH CAPACITY + REGULAR CAPACITY GLOCK MAGS that are clear:

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Transparent-Glock-Magazine-2

From Elite Tactical Systems Group.

9mm so I’m sure these will fly off the shelves along with Magpul’s Glock Magazines.  They claim this clear plastic is strong, so hopefully that’s true.

I haven’t really figured out what the point of generating hype with something at SHOT is, if you don’t even have it ready for sale.  The ETSG website says they are “coming in April”.  Meh, I’ll be over it by then… I’m fickle like that.

Thoughts?  Will these be deemed illegal in California due to their transparent nature? :P

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JohnnyIShootStuff January 28, 2015 at 03:03 am

I forget things I’m supposed to do this afternoon, crap releasing in April needs a Google Calendar reminder.

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Kevin January 28, 2015 at 08:48 am

What’s the point if it’s hidden inside the pistol?

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Stitch1870 January 28, 2015 at 08:59 am

> So you can operationally check your capacity when doing a tactical reloads operationally on operations

> thats what witness holes are for

> SHUT YOU’RE GODDAMN WHORE MOUTH!

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Stitch1870 January 28, 2015 at 08:59 am

> So you can operationally check your capacity when doing a tactical reloads operationally on operations

> thats what witness holes are for

> SHUT YOUR GODDAMN WHORE MOUTH!

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Robert January 29, 2015 at 10:33 am

On a more serious note, I have some of the AR mags by these guys and the mags are awesome!

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Brian January 29, 2015 at 02:04 pm

They’ll look like shit after a few weeks/whatever when they get all dirty.

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ENDO-Mike January 29, 2015 at 02:05 pm

People love operator wear, im surprised they don’t come pre-distressed from the company >.<

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GreenMountain Human January 30, 2015 at 08:15 am

I’m all set with transparent mags, but looking forward to YouTube Operator torture tests that are sure to follow. Yeah, I don’t quite get the point of the transparency either. Learning how to count is a more valuable tool. Also Stitch’s point on the witness holes.

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