The Edgar Sherman Design Glock Magwell enhances your reloading with a purpose-driven flare. Every curve, every angle, and every feature on the ESD Magwell is intentional and aligns with our mission to enhance a shooter’s capabilities using human-centered design. Featuring symmetrical side cutouts for stripping magazines, the ESD Magwell allows for the easy removal of flush-fitting Glock magazines as well as those that have an extension. Additionally, a third cut-out is located on the front of the ESD Magwell. This third cut-out is especially useful in low light/ no light conditions and serves as a reference point for the shooter and allows them to focus on the task at hand rather than worrying about fumbling a magazine during a reload. It can also be used as an additional access point for stripping magazines.
The ESD Glock Gen 5 Magwell allows for a greater margin of error when inserting a magazine and eliminates the potential for parallel surface contact by using a combination of wide angles countered by harsh angles. It will even “course correct” the magazine back on track if it is ever inserted at an off-angle. The angles on the outside of the ESD Magwell flow seamlessly with that of your firearm and create a nice shelf for your hand while simultaneously not creating any hot spots.
The ESD Magwell is proudly manufactured with the help of our good friends at Parker Mountain Machine. We want to support American manufacturing as well as our local community at every opportunity, so for us, this partnership was a no-brainer. For us, It’s important to not only source a quality product but also work with a company we trust to maintain strict quality standards at every step of the manufacturing process. The ESD Gen 5 Glock Magwell is made of high-quality 6061-T6 aluminum and includes all the hardware necessary to mount it. The ESD Magwell is currently available for Glock double-stack Gen 5 pistols chambered in 9mm and .40, with support for other handguns coming in the future. Gen 5 Glock 19s require modification to the ESD Magwells plug for full functionality as their plug angle is different from full-frame Gen 5 Glocks. We are developing a Glock 19 magwell plug and this will be available in the near future for those who do not want to modify the current ESD Magwell plug. Glock 19X’s can use ESD Gen 5 Glock magwells but require modifications to the 19x frame. Edgar Sherman Design LLC is not liable for any modifications made to your handgun. Treat all firearms as if they are loaded and ensure you have properly cleared your firearm before installing the ESD Glock Magwell.
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Charles Rodriguez –
Impressive design, workmanship and function, love how it mounts on to my G45, non intrusive to my OEM mags w/Zev poly baseplate & PMAG’s. Backstrap screw is headless no xtra hump. 110% satisfied!!! Btw love the hockey tape.
Damarius I (verified owner) –
I just received my ESG magwell and I have to say it is badass!!!!! I have a Grey Ghost Precision Glock 19 Gen 3 build and this magwell fits it! The tight tolerance allows for it to fit just fine with no alterations and no modifications to the build at all! So if you have a custom Grey Ghost glock build it will fit. I can’t promise the same for any other build so buy at your own discretion
Jim K (verified owner) –
Awesome product!! Fits perfectly on my G45. I use Taran mag plates and the pin does rub when you feed the mag. The mag fits securely though!
Reaper (verified owner) –
The ESD mag well is a welcome edition to the Glock Gen 5 build. The ease of installation is incomparable to the ease of mag loads. The design was extremely well thought out and focused on actual shooter mechanics and getting further left of bang. My only negative remark is now the rest of my weapons must wait for their variants of the ESD mag well. Truly a sensational piece E.
Carl H –
A well designed and manufactured product, but with some limitations. The design does not allow for a beaver tail extension on my Glock 19 Gen 5. Due to the tight tolerance around the flair of the magwell, it creates a little bit extra tension on a fully loaded mag not allowing it to drop completely free. Though an empty mag will. Maybe this is a bonus. I’ve had no issues with a tac mag change. Still currently in the testing phase. Overall I like the tight tolerances and quality.
Edgar Sherman –
Hi Carl, with some small modifications to your back strap on the lower area that secures into the plug space of a Glock frame you can get the full functionality of your back strap with an ESD Magwell!
Silas H (verified owner) –
Great looks, feels good. I thought the side cut outs would cause issues with magazines catching but I’ve had no instance of that yet. Not been to the range but have done quite a few dry fire reloads. I use aerondo mag extensions. That will not work unless you file down the front part of the baseplate. All in all this thing came with nice packaging. I really liked the fact that they include both Allen wrenches with it. Will keep an eye on other ESD products
Luis Morales (verified owner) –
Very rugged feeling mag well. Design allows for an easy mag change. Perfect fit for my Gen 5 G17
Matt C –
Love the design but have been having issues with Glock magazines not dropping freely. This has happened with both semi loaded and empty mags. The last 1/3 of the ejected mag ends up stuck.
Grant Yount (verified owner) –
I love this magwell! I was having some issues with mags not dropping free, but apparently removing the rear screw is a part of the instructions that I missed. Once I did that, all problems gone. Seriously great magwell.
tom wasilewski (verified owner) –
This company reeks of awesomeness and quality. EXTREMELY happy with my purchase. As The Terminator said; “I’ll Be back.” DE OPPRESSO LIBER.
Dave G (verified owner) –
This magwell fit perfect on my gen5 G34. Beautiful design, quality craftsmanship, perfect fit!
Jason C –
Love the look and function of the magwell with stock baseplates. I’ve ran into issues using extended baseplates such as Odin Works and Arredondo. Both extensions prevent the magazine from fully being seated.