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    Default Magazine spacers for Glocks

    I want a spacer to put gen 4 Glock 19 magazines in a gen 4 Glock 26, preferably NOT A&G, I don't like the way they feel.

    Any suggestions?

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    Default Re: Magazine spacers for Glocks

    They're more trouble than they are worth. They can ride up and botch magazine changes. Just go with the bare magazine.
    Last edited by vicious; December 17th, 2011 at 01:53 PM.

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    Default Re: Magazine spacers for Glocks

    They do make some mean looking blood blisters when they pinch your fingers though
    Let us hope for the best, but let us also prepare for the worst.

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    Default Re: Magazine spacers for Glocks

    Quote Originally Posted by bluehen59 View Post
    I want a spacer to put gen 4 Glock 19 magazines in a gen 4 Glock 26, preferably NOT A&G, I don't like the way they feel.

    Any suggestions?
    Didn't see any other one for a G19 mag but did see that x-grip has one for a G17 mag:

    http://x-grips.com/products/

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    Default Re: Magazine spacers for Glocks

    Add-A-Grip mag spacers come in hard plastic and rubber. I find the rubber to be much nicer than the A&G spacers.

    However...
    I ran a Glock 26 in a recent all-day training course. I had 4 G19 mags equipped with these spacers. I took the spacers off within the first 20 minutes of the class. They're great for the range but for shooting drills I performed much better just using the bare mags. YMMV

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    Default Re: Magazine spacers for Glocks

    The other guys covered all the ones I know of except the Pro mag.
    http://www.promagindustries.com/Prod...ductCode=PM089

    I have one of these on a G19 mag for my Gen 3 G26. it's OK if you only have reason to have the 1 mag in the gun and no back-up. But during mag changes it makes it hard to drop free your empty because the spacer is against your hand. A plain mag drops right out. Also when you slam a new mag in it can pinch your palm pretty good.
    I agree with everybody else in that your better off with out them. But they're cheap so pick one and try it for yourself.

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    Default Re: Magazine spacers for Glocks

    XGrip does make spacers to fit a 19 mag into a 26 frame, I'll try those. I have never had a problem dropping a magazine with a spacer from my Glock 30, nor getting pinched when loading one.

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