Glock has recently introduced new factory 24-round 9mm double stack magazines for when 17 rounds isn’t enough and 33 rounds might be a little too much.
According to the product description on Glock’s European website—it isn’t listed on Glock’s American site—these new Glock 24-round magazines are built from a polymer hardened steel insert. The magazine body is double cut and is compatible with a reversed magazine catch, as in the case of Glock Gen4 models. Check the full product listing below:
Glock 24-Round Magazines
Each Glock magazine is constructed from a hardened steel insert encased in high tech polymer to protect the magazine and prevent deformation, even when dropped from a great height. The high quality spring and follower ensure reliable feeding from the first round fed by a fully compressed spring down to the last shot. Its double cut magazine body also works with a reversed magazine catch on Gen4 Glock pistol models.
- Constructed of hardened metal encased in durable polymer
- Viewing windows for visual confirmation
- Double-stack design
- Metal magazine spring
- Black Follower
Standard magazine for: –
Also fitting: Glock 17, Glock 17L, Glock 19, Glock 19X, Glock 26, Glock 34
This magazine might not be available in all countries due to legal regulations.
Interestingly, these Glock 24-round magazines have been listed on Glock’s European site and places like Brownells and GunMag Warehouse for the past month, but with black followers. It’s also listed on Midway, but with an orange follower. When Glock formally announced these on its Facebook page recently, it also showed a 24-round mag with an orange follower. See below:
In any event, these Glock 24-round magazines appear to be going for $35.99, based on what we’ve seen on various sites.
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