ETS Group is known for its line of translucent polymer magazines. But their newest offering, the Omega magazine, adds metal reinforcements at key points. Let’s take a closer look.

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The first Omega model is for the Glock 17. It will also fit the Glock 19, 19X, 26, 34, 45, and 47, but it will hang below the grip on models with shorter frames. It is also compatible with all generations of Glock from 1 to 5. The baseplate is also standardized to fit the wide array of extensions on the market. The Omega magazine also weighs 50% less than a full steel magazine. ETS Group plans to expand this line with models for Smith & Wesson, SIG Sauer, and Springfield Armory over the coming year.

The Omega for Glock 17 is available for order now and costs $25.99 direct from ETS Group.

New Metal-reinforced Omega Magazine From ETS Group

From the manufacturer:

The ETS Group announces the release of the world’s best magazine—The Omega. ETS’s mission for the last decade has been to create the world’s best magazine. Hard work, relentless testing, and invaluable customer insights have fueled their obsessive pursuit of magazine perfection. The pursuit is over—Omega has arrived!

Omega magazines are the ultimate evolution of ammunition magazines. Omega offers shooters the superior strength, function, and durability of steel, while preserving the visibility, reduced weight, and impact resistance of ETS polymer.

The steel frame of Omega enables it to function like a factory mag as it reduces friction, increases stiffness, and maintains key tolerances for feed reliability. Moreover, the fusion of ETS’s legendary polymer with the steel frame, an industry-first, makes Omega superior to all other magazines.

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Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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