Made of translucent polymer bodies with a round counter on the rear, the new Hexmags hold 17 rounds of 9mm. A 10-round version is also in the works for gun owners in restricted states.
The mags also feature textured serrations for better indexing and self-lubricating anti-tilt followers. They can also be disassembled for cleaning without tools and include the HexIDcolor Identification system for organizing and personalization.
“This is the first new product since the acquisition of Hexmag and our goal was to come out with a completely new design blending the best of metal and polymer magazine technologies with Hexmag’s signature design attributes,” Eric Yeates, VP of Product Development, said in a news release. “The result is a skeletonized stainless-steel core and feed lips providing strength and reliability with a polymer over mold for ultimate durability.”