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9mmNJ
01-28-2012, 20:21
Can it be done? I have 10rd G34 mags, can I add +2?

Willard
01-29-2012, 00:44
I'm pretty sure that won't work. The +2s are for double-stack mags. And, the 10-rounders were designed to prevent modification for more than 10 rounds.

DannyR
01-29-2012, 00:46
You may add a + base to a 10 round magazine, but it will not increase capacity.

silversport
01-29-2012, 07:42
the block is above the extension...of course...DannyR and Willard got it right...:D
Bill

robhic
01-29-2012, 11:06
You may add a + base to a 10 round magazine, but it will not increase capacity.

I put Pearce extensions (+1) on my G26 Gen3 mags and I can get 11 rounds in the 10 round mags if I try. I don't plan to do that but I can. Is there something wrong or does this cause problems? I DO find the extensions make the otherwise tight to load 10 rounders easier to load with the 10 rounds than with the stock or GAP floor plates.

SCC
01-29-2012, 11:34
I put Pearce extensions (+1) on my G26 Gen3 mags and I can get 11 rounds in the 10 round mags if I try. I don't plan to do that but I can. Is there something wrong or does this cause problems? I DO find the extensions make the otherwise tight to load 10 rounders easier to load with the 10 rounds than with the stock or GAP floor plates.
his mag would look like this
http://i37.tinypic.com/majcsi.jpg
your mags looks like this
http://i37.tinypic.com/2v2zkua.jpg

quichedem
01-29-2012, 13:44
...And to think: all the folks who wish GLOCK made a single stack XXX caliber needed only switch to a 10 round magazine?? J/K

robhic
01-29-2012, 17:46
Ahhh -- Thank you, Sir.

ChancePlayer69
01-03-2013, 22:12
I put mag extensions on all my 10 round glock 21 mags so I could get 10 rounds into them as stock they only hold 9. Kind of weird as the 13 round ones actually hold 13 just fine.