Sentry rolls out Hexmag magazine for Glock pistols
Sentry Products Group expanded its lineup of Hexmag magazines, pushing past the realm of ARs and into Glock pistols with the announcement of the new Hexmag mag for Glock.
The company announced Wednesday that its new Hexmag design would target the wildly popular Glock platform, offering compatibility with Gen 3 through Gen 5 G17, G19, G26 and G34 models. In addition, the Hexmag for Glock also accepts current aftermarket base pad extenders for existing Glock 17 mags.
Boasting a round counter on the rear of the magazine to indicate capacit, the Hexmag holds a total of 17-rounds — though a 10-round variant is in the works for consumers living in restrictive states. Keeping to what made the original Hexmag successful, The Hexmag for Glock provides a durable magazine with features like textured serrations for better indexing and a self-lubricating anti-til follower for easier loading.
Sentry says the Hexmag’s unique design is an indicator of where the company is headed with the Hexmag series in the future.
“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, VP of Product Development, said in a news release. “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 for Glock delivers a tool-less takedown as well as the HexIDcolor Identification system for better organization and personalization. MSRP is set at $21.99.
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