Tyrant Designs CNC adds to its Extended Mag Releases for Glock

08/7/18 1:00 PM | by

The Extended Mag Release offers a positive feel, allowing Glock owners to more easily engage the mag release. (Photo: Tyrant Designs CNC)

Tyrant Designs CNC delivers more options for Glock owners to enhance their favorite polymer pistol, adding the new Extended Mag Release for Gen 4 and Gen 5 Glock full frame models.

Compatible with full frame 9mm Glocks, models 17 through 39, the CNC machined Extended Mag Release functions like the stock mag release but offers a slightly raised design with chambered edges. The construction allows for a more positive feel when ejecting the Glock magazine, resulting in a quicker and easier function.

The Extended Mag Release comes in four color options. (Photo: Tyrant Designs CNC)

“We are very happy to announce the next step in our Glock components with our Extended Magazine Release for the Generation 4 and 5 Glock,” the company said in a press release posted on Soldier Systems. “We have gotten so much positive feedback from our awesome customers in regards to our Glock 43 EMRs. That feedback made us decide to continue with the known design language for our Gen4 & Gen5 components. As always we will continue to strive for innovation and are very thankful for our customers/fans.”

Available in a variety of colors to include black, red, blue and machined aluminum, the Glock Extended Magazine Release for Gen 4 and Gen 5 is available from Tyrant Designs CNC with a price of $27.95.

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