Last October, Sentry Products Group announced its acquisition of Virginia-based magazine maker Hexmag. Now, the first Hexmag product since that acquisition has been unleashed, and it’s something different from the AR mags the company usually makes: a pistol magazine for the Glock platform.
Hexmag Glock Mags
The Hexmag Glock magazine is compatible with Glock Gen3, Gen4 and Gen5 Glock 17, Glock 19, Glock 26, and Glock 34. It also works with aftermarket base pad extenders for the existing Glock 17 magazine. A round counter on the back indicates capacity. This mag holds 17 rounds. A 10-round version is also in the pipeline for those in restricted states.
In terms of the design, this mag sports Hexmag’s familiar “Hexture” finish, offering a secure grip in all conditions. Meanwhile, textured serrations on the front of the mag body provide rapid indexing when changing magazines. In addition, a self-lubricating anti-tilt follower is included, making reloading easier. Furthermore, a heat-treated stainless steel spring enhances performance.
“This is the first new product since the acquisition of Hexmag and our goal was to come out with a completely new design blending the best of metal and polymer magazine technologies with Hexmag’s signature design attributes,” Eric Yeates, Sentry’s VP of product development, said in a statement. “The result is a skeletonized stainless-steel core and feed lips providing strength and reliability with a polymer over mold for ultimate durability.”
The Hexmag Glock mag, which features Hexmag’s tool-less takedown and HexIDcolor identification system, is priced at $21.99.
For more, visit hexmagstore.com.