You might want to try it first. My ETS glock 19 9mm 10 round mag was not compatible with my PCC. Got in touch wit ETS and they said some mags will and will not work. They are looking into it. I would like to get a Pmag as well if it works.
I have 5 -21 round Magpul Glock mags that all work fine in the PCC. They fit with some slop but are solid and feed great. I also have 4 - 10 round Magpul Glock mags that fit good but have not yet fired. I also have the Glock 33 round mag with no problems and one Korean 33 round mag (STS) that also works just fine.
I just picked up 2 of the 15 rnd Magpuls for a NIB PC9. After loading, only 1 of them wouldn't lock in easily without jamming it a bit. When the bolt was open it locked in just fine. My guess is after a few runs through the spring will loosen up a tad and it'll work just fine. It locked just fine with only 14 rnds in it, so it's likely just a stiff spring.
AFAIK, just about any 9mm Glock mag will work just fine. The consensus being that Glock mags work much better than the Ruger mags in a Ruger gun! LOL!
My magpul P mags function perfectly in my rifle. Sadly Im limited to the ten round ones, due to my Communist state.
Since we are limited to 10rounds I just bought a few Glock 26 10round mags. I like the look in the rifle much better. The dont stick down much at all. Will test function this week.
Just an update with the ETS Glock 17 10 round 9mm. I am using the two versions now. One with the 9mm embossed on the followers and the other no 9mm embossed. These are perferctly working on my Ruger PC9. Compared to the stock glock 17 10 round 9mm I find the ETS more fitting unlike the glock which wiggles a bit in the magwell. I have 5 orginal glock 17 mags and 3 ETS 9mm embossed and 2 ETS non-embossed. Will be adding more of these ETS glock 17.
Just picked up a new PC9. Fired 50 rounds with the Ruger supplied mag when I picked it up. I brought it home, cleaned it and inserted the Glock magwell. I was surprised how much the mags rock back and forth when inserted. Now this is my first Pistol Caliber Carbine and maybe this is normal, but I’m used to very little movement of a mag when inserted in a pistol. Is this normal?
my korean made glock 50 rd drum fires perfect in my model 17, but stove pipes every few rounds in my PC carbine. What's up with that? No problem using a generic 33rd magazine.
Its been noted previously, I just missed the mentions before I bought it, intending to use it on the rifle.
I'm no gunsmith, but I guess I'll start it up somewhere.
I've run P-Mags in my PCC ever since I bought it. I has run flawlessly. No rattle and they seat properly. Ejecting the mags is smooth and they drop free. The OEM Glock mags don't drop as quickly and hang up a little.