I have a GLOCK 19 and have used the 33 round OE Glock mags at the range. They are reliable and I haven’t experienced any negative handling issues when compared to utilizing a 15 round magazine. However I wouldn’t suggest it as a substitute for practice nor would I recommend it for home defense given the potential for real or imagined legal ramifications. If you’re not financially able to afford the ammunition for live fire practice, dry firing combined with live fire can be effective at a reduced cost. I would also suggest avoiding the less expensive 33 round aftermarket mags. In my experience they are not completely reliable.
Last edited by EAJ702; April 22, 2013 at 03:09 PM.