Thursday, August 16, 2012
Buffer Technologies' Glock Magwell Now Available For The Gen 4
Weighing in at less than an ounce, the Glock MagWell from Buffer Technologies is one of the lightest magwells available, and now it's available for the Gen 4. At 0.7 ounces, Buffer's Glock Gen 4 Magwell likely weighs about the same as a single bullet in the magazine. "This magwell is perfect for law enforcement or concealed carry because it adds so little weight to the weapon," said Buffer Technologies Director of Sales and Marketing, Rob Parham. "When you're carrying a weapon around all day, even a little weight can seem like a lot. We designed this magwell to offer the benefit of quick, guided reload without adding extra weight."
The Buffer Glock Gen 4 MagWell is made of injection-molded, high-intensity nylon that matches the finish of regular Glock frames. At a price of $29.95, it is one of the most economical magwells available.
But Buffer's Glock Gen 4 Magwell is certainly no lightweight when it comes to performance. It fits the Glock Gen 4 frame without requiring any modification. A simple hex-head wrench will tighten the patented locking device into place with no slippage or movement. The beveled edges of the magwell easily guide the magazine into place for fast, fumble-free reloads.
"In law enforcement or in competition shooting, you must have quick, reliable loading, and our Glock Gen 4 MagWell offers just that," Parham said.
Buffer Technologies is a Missouri-based manufacturer and distributor of tactical weapons accessories for military, law enforcement and shooting sports. Its signature products include patented recoil buffers for most automatic pistols and rifles, the MagCinch dual-magazine system, and TangoDown covers and grips for tactical rifles.
Buffer Technologies' other products for Glocks include the recoil buffer, armorer's tool, and satin and black anodized finish mounts.
More information about Buffer Technologies and its products is available online at www.buffertech.com