Polymer 80 Nylon Low Profile Mag Well

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High profile mag well for Polymer 80 frames. The low profile mag well adds 2mm of flared length to the end of your P80. This flare improves reloads and also improves grip.

 

These magazine releases are made out of nylon in a process called multi jet fusion. These parts are solid black and have an overall finish comparable to injection molded parts. These are strong enough to withstand anything you can throw at it.

Due to the manufacturing process these are only offered in black. If you are looking for other colors you can purchase our 3D printed option in several other colors.

 

The PF940v2, PF940C, & PF940CL mag well has been tested to work with the following magazines:

Glock Gen 3-5 15 & 17 round magazine

Magpul PMAG 15 & 17 round magazine

ETS 15 & 17 round magazine

 

The PF45 mag well has been tested to work with the following magazines:

Glock Gen 4 20 & 21 factory magazines

It may work with other magazine but the list above is all thats been confirmed.

 

These have not been designed or tested to fit on any standard Glock frames of any generation.

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  • 4
    Nylon Magwell

    Posted by Jeff on May 24th 2021

    Works great on G19. It keeps your hand in the shooting postion. Looks good too.

  • 5
    Low profile magwell for Polymer 80

    Posted by Michael Wright on Dec 9th 2020

    The fit is perfect! The finish is pretty good, but I would prefer the magwell to be smooth instead of the ridges. But, I'm ASSuming the ridges are structural due to the substrate. Overall...very well done.

  • 5
    P80 magwel

    Posted by Keith on Aug 3rd 2020

    Great product. Solid and cleanly made. Install was a bit tough because the fit was so tight. I find to be a good thing. The retaining screw seems to hold well. The only issue that I have run into was with an aftermarket mag extention made by another company. The retention screw for that extention was hitting the back of the magwel and not allowing it to seat properly. I wouldn't say this is a flaw in the Isle design, rather the cheap mag extention was poorly engineered. Over all 100% would buy again.