Best Glock and PCC Magazines – Real Review and Experience

Glock Magazine Extensions

Glock handguns, as well as Pistol Caliber Carbines (AR9 platform), are really popular around the world. Glock has legendary reliability and was chosen as a service handgun by law enforcement agencies and thousands of professionals worldwide. It is also one of the favorite handguns for everyday carry for regular people.

I use Glock magazines mostly with my Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC), Inter Ordnance M215 9MM ML-15. This carbine is made in the USA, it is inexpensive, and I really like it.

Glock handguns work with magazines of almost any manufacturer while PCC may have malfunctions with some of them. That is why I want to share my experience with Glock magazines in this article.

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Best Night Sights for Glock 17, 19, 22, 26, 32, 37, 20,21,29,30,30S,37,41

Meprolight Tru-Dot Tritium Night Sight Sets

Best Night Sights for Glock

There are all kinds of sights available for handguns like the Glock 17, 19, 22, 26, 32, 37. However, out of all them, the tritium night sights are the most preferred amongst Glock owners. Why are they preferred? For one thing, the tritium can be seen in dimly lit environments and totally dark environments. You also don’t need a battery to power the lighting source because the tritium lighting doesn’t come from electricity, lasers, or bulbs. It is a radioactive isotope that comes from hydrogen which emits a soft bright glowing light. Since the tritium has radioactive decay that emits electrons, this causes the phosphor of the tritium to glow. It does not need any kind of outside power source whatsoever. The radioactive decay can last for several years which means it will glow for up to 10-12 years.

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Glock Serial (Barrel) Number Lookup

Glock Serial (Barrel) Number Lookup

Glock Serial (Barrel) Number Lookup

About Glock Handguns

Glock handguns are semi-automatic pistols with polymer frames, which are plastic frames. This makes them light weight and easy to carry around. They also have short recoil when you shoot them, which means they are easier to aim for better accuracy. Since it is semi-automatic, that means the gun will fire a round each time you pull the trigger. That way you don’t have to worry about cocking back a hammer or anything like that. You just repeatedly pull the trigger if you want to fire multiple rounds. When you combine this convenience with all the other aspects of the weapon, it explains why the Glock is a favorite amongst pistol lovers.

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