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Glock magazine base extension

by PrintedFirearm Jun 27, 2015
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will this fit a .40

Printed one out and it works great. I put it on my glock 26 mag and the added an extra four rounds of capacity. Going to take it to the range and test it out this week, will let you guys know if it runs well holding 14 rounds.

Why is the button hole on the opposite end of the base plate insert? Trying to figure out what i'm missing here, printed this for my 19 gen 5

Think it would be possible to make one for the Para P14 .45? I can send a mag for modelling it.

This thing looks great, I'm new to 3d printing and have no clue what I'm doing. I was wondering if it would be hard to extend it further to make a plus 12 mag extension like the ones for the .45 mags used in the Kriss Vector? I know you would need a new spring as well but I have lots of those. Any help would be appreciated.

hi sir, thanks for your work, really goof and fit perfectly,i printed on a PLA 100% infill 10Layer buttom&top, 5 layer shell..is there any one has the design for the mag well for glock 17 gen4 that can share their work?very much appreciated for the kindness

Are these just for 10mm Glocks like the original design or will they fit other sizes?

May I also ask what print settings and filament you recommend? Is regular PLA strong enough?

He already has one for 10mm glocks, I think the point on this one was to have a version for 9. I don't have a 10mm/45 glock so I can't do a size comparison.

I used 100% infill, 1 shell, and .2mm layer height in ABS, only because I use them outside and sun can warp PLA pretty bad. I have made some regular glock mag plates with PLA and they seem to work. It'll eat up your plastic though when attached and removed since PLA is so rigid.

Just wanted to say I've run these in a few competitions and they work great. This saved me like $30-$40 and probably several hours of my time because I really wanted one for the GunCAD group. Thanks a lot man, great work.

Edit: I also want to add that one of these had hundreds of dollars of stuff on the line and I trusted them there. They didn't let me down :D