"Magazine NOT Included"
When Glock™ recently released the long-awaited single stack 9mm G43, shooters everywhere rejoiced. Finally, the Austrian brand had a truly compact concealable pistol that could be worn comfortably anywhere, anytime. The upside is the G43 has all of the features you’d expect from Glock™.
The downside is – it’s almost too small. For shooters with medium to large size hands, the pistol grip is just too short, forcing a finger or two off the weapon when firing. Not the best form to control a 9 x 19 mm defensive handgun cartridge accurately. The 6 + 1 ammunition capacity wasn’t exactly confidence inspiring either.
The fix just arrived. Vickers Tactical™ & TangoDown, Inc.® announces the +2 Magazine extension for the Glock G43.
Injection molded of the same durable material used in the magazine body itself, the extended floorplate shape was designed to confortably accommodate a proper firing grip. With 2 additional rounds on board, ammunition capacity is now 8 + 1 in the weapon. Also included is a new longer, smooth feeding heat-treated stainless steel spring, with 100% las-round slide lock backs that are guaranteed.
The VTMFP-006 43 +2 Magazine Extension consists of Extended Floorplate, Floorplate Retainer and Stainless Steel Spring. Kit converts 1 Glock™ magaizine.
Fits Glock G43 model ONLY
- Extended shape allows proper firing grip
- Longer stainless steel spring guarantees 100% last round lock back.
- Increases magazine capacity to 8 rounds
- Available in Black only
- OA Length: 5.75"
- Weight: .04oz
- 100% MADE IN USA
I have a total of four of these magazine extensions, they work great easy to put on very reliable no issues feeding any ammunition. And add the cost of that other places charge for just one the power spring
Easy to install, and work great! The price is right! I would recommend these!
WARNING This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. (California law requires this warning to be given to customers in the State of California.)