G43 EMR EXTENDED MAG RELEASE
FOR GLOCK 43 ONLY- Does not work on 43X
Extended to the perfect length with beveled edges to eliminate snagging on anything when drawing your pistol.
High speed no drag - Perfect!
- Larger is faster.
- Larger increases operator performance.
- Snag free beveled design.
- Super Polymer construction.
- Ghost lifetime guarantee
- Easy to install in minutes.
A needed modification
Posted by Paul on Sep 14th 2018
A five minute fix, a better CCW. Just enough to easily manipulate, not too much to interfere with drawing or reholstering. I have installed several Ghost upgrades on my G43. I consider all of them essential to making a good weapon better. Customer service is outstanding.
Does not extrude too far.
Posted by Chris on Aug 25th 2018
The ext mag release for the Glock 43 installs easy enough, only extends more than the original maybe an 1/8th of an inch? Could be a tad longer.
Exactly what I was looking for
Posted by Edward on Jul 20th 2018
I had to replace this part on my Gen 3 G19 as well (not sure why Glock has an obsession with making the mag release impossible to operate comfortably but sadly Glock does not have a factory extended mag release for the G43 so I had to search elsewhere. I didn't want a metal mag release and so I ended up here. Have to say I was/am not the biggest fan of the change Glock made to the mag release post Gen 3 but the way Ghost engineered this piece really makes it quite easy to operate. Would recommended 10/10.
Excellent "just right" mag release for carry
Posted by @the_well_armed_outdoorsman on Dec 26th 2017
Why Glock insists on making their mag releases almost flush with the frame is beyond me. For a carry gun like the glock 43, I get why that might be good. However, in practice, it just gets in the way. The Ghost mag release is similar to the Vickers mag release, but better in my opinion. Neither are a replica of the factory mag release in that both have kind of a curved shape to them. However, the Vickers is a perfect radius and, to me, feels odd. The vickers, being convex, doesn't fit the thumb all that well. The Ghost, being a bit concave towards the rear lends itself to better ergonomics and feels better to me. It's kind of one of those "best of all worlds" things. It doesn't protrude so much that it interferes with any of my holsters (e.g. Hyve), but its a night and day difference when compared to the stock mag release. You can tell some thought went into this. Another part from Ghost that glock should consider making standard equipment.
Posted by Luis on Oct 25th 2017
Better shaped to prevent snags, easier to reach. A must have for Glock 43.