By Chris Smith, Fox Sports contributor (Published Thursday, May 25, 2018) With the rise of the “assault weapon” category in recent years, many shooters are turning to magazines that are designed to hold multiple magazines and other accessories in place, such as a folding knife, belt clip or flashlight.

But what if you don’t want to go that route?

That’s where magazines that can be attached to the front of your firearm and then be removed from the weapon are a great option.

But a number of magazines, particularly those for pistols, don’t fit that bill.

“A magazine that is made specifically for the Glock 19, for example, would fit perfectly into the frame of a pistol,” said Scott Davis, a licensed firearms instructor and firearms instructor at the University of Maryland.

If you’re planning to buy a Glock 19 with a magazine attachment, it’s important to consider how to attach the magazine to the weapon.

To find out if your magazine fits the bill, we’re going to take a look at the different types of magazines available.

Here are some basic things you need to know before you decide whether to use a magazine for your Glock:The Glock magazine is designed to be used with the pistol’s magazine release mechanism.

This means the magazine has to be removed by pulling the magazine out of the gun and removing the slide.

The slide must be released from the grip of the user before the magazine can be pulled out.

This can be a little tricky to do, but the instructions on the magazine attachment are simple.

First, you will need to remove the slide and then pull the magazine from the magazine release lever.

If you’re using a Glock, there’s a clip to secure it to the slide, as well.

The Glock is not designed to function with other magazines.

To make sure that the magazine is securely attached, you’ll need to secure the magazine in a secure location.

The easiest way to do this is to attach it to a magazine release plate or clip.

To attach a magazine, you simply remove the magazine and slide it out of your gun.

Once you’ve secured the magazine, the magazine will need some time to fully cool.

The magazine will also need to be reinserted into the firearm.

This can be done by unscrewing the magazine catch, as shown in the picture above.

This is what happens when you pull the trigger.

As the magazine slides out of place, the slide will lock into place.

After the magazine reinserts, the safety mechanism will activate, allowing the magazine’s magazine to slide into place on the slide while the firearm is still in its holster.

Once the magazine enters the gun, it will slide back into place and the safety will activate.

It should then be easy to remove and insert the magazine into the magazine tube without any effort.