Does anyone know what the ramifications of that might be, particularly long-term?
The reason I ask is because I think I may have found a way to make ETS nine round Glock 43 magazines more reliable.
If you’re interested, what I’m doing, is testing Magills Glock store extra power mag springs in the ETS Magazines. They are specifically designed for +2 applications. The length of an ETS nine round mag is essentially the same length as a plus too. The interesting trick is ETS factory springs have one less coil. ( Factory Glock is 11 coils ETS is 10 coils. Glock store extra power is 11 coils.) So I have clipped the edges as shown in the bottom picture to make extra room so the ninth round isn’t jammed to tight.