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Glock 43X/48 15 rd mags

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19 hours ago, DWARREN123 said:

Makes the grip too long for me, 12 rounder is as about as long as I want to go.

It's flush fitting. It adds no length to the 43X/48 grip.

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Anybody who did the pre-order received your mags yet?  I ordered two and was told they would ship in October.  Not surprised that they are behind, just wondering if anyone has gotten their hands on one yet.  

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On 11/1/2019 at 9:54 AM, deerslayer said:

Anybody who did the pre-order received your mags yet?  I ordered two and was told they would ship in October.  Not surprised that they are behind, just wondering if anyone has gotten their hands on one yet.  

S15 Update: mags are scheduled to begin arriving Friday from our manufacturer. As soon as they land we’ll get them in process and begin shipping preorders. Once your order ships, you’ll receive a tracking number via email.

Thanks for your patience, we're almost there. Look for behind the scenes photos coming soon!

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30 minutes ago, DWARREN123 said:

They say the next batch (after pre-order) will be much larger.

How many rounds will THEY hold??? 🤣

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S15 Preorder Update
November 4, 2019
 
Bottom line up front: slight delay.

Our first shipment of magazines arrived from our magazine manufacturer, and today we ran them through quality control (QC). Unfortunately, they did not meet our standards as they were sent with the wrong surface finish. While this may not seem like a big deal, surface finish actually plays a big role in reliability, and we just aren’t willing to send magazines out to our customers that aren’t right, especially when it could potentially cause a reliability issue down the road.

The good news is that we should be receiving our next shipment of magazines next week, and we are assured that this issue will be corrected.

Thank you for your patience – as a way of saying thank you, ALL PREORDERS are shipping with a 20% OFF COUPON CODE to use on your next purchase at ShieldArms.com.

Stay tuned, we will be posting photos and videos to social media this week so you can see the magazines in action. Yes they are real, yes they run, and we are almost there.

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I got the same email.  At least they are communicating.  If they do run, I'll be putting that 20% coupon to use.  Now if they would just make a similar metal G22/35 magazine that's compatible with Arredondo or Dawson +5/6 basepads, my USPSA Limited gun would be that much badder...

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