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#6395222 - 08/04/16 08:28 PM Glock
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Who makes the anodized magazine extensions? Was thinking +5 or 6 for a full size could be fun to have around. Atleast that way it's all solid not like the extended magazines.

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#6395334 - 08/04/16 09:49 PM Re: Glock [Re: jhenderson]
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Taran Tactical and Dawson Precision are probably the best rated

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#6395390 - 08/04/16 10:54 PM Re: Glock [Re: jhenderson]
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That's who I was thinking. Zev had some but looked cheesy.

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#6395620 - 08/05/16 08:53 AM Re: Glock [Re: jhenderson]
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Taran Tactical, Dawson, and Taylor Freelance are the three that pop up most often. However, they are more expensive than they should be. You will pay $30+ for the extension and $20 for the Glock OEM magazine just to hold 23 rounds. ETS makes 22 rounders that are very solid for $20 or less. Magpul is also dropping their 140mm and 170mm magazines any day now that will hold 21 and 27 (I think) respectively for around $20.

Then you've always got the Glock 33 rounders, ETS 31 rounders, SGM 33 rounders, etc that will all come in below the cost of the +6 extensions.

The only reason to drop the money on the extensions is if you're planning on competing in USPSA because they have length restrictions on magazines. If you're looking for a range toy, or even something for a nightstand gun, I'd really recommend just getting an extended magazine instead of a magazine extension.

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#6395775 - 08/05/16 11:03 AM Re: Glock [Re: HicksHunter]
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Originally Posted By: HicksHunter
Taran Tactical, Dawson, and Taylor Freelance are the three that pop up most often. However, they are more expensive than they should be. You will pay $30+ for the extension and $20 for the Glock OEM magazine just to hold 23 rounds. ETS makes 22 rounders that are very solid for $20 or less. Magpul is also dropping their 140mm and 170mm magazines any day now that will hold 21 and 27 (I think) respectively for around $20.

Then you've always got the Glock 33 rounders, ETS 31 rounders, SGM 33 rounders, etc that will all come in below the cost of the +6 extensions.

The only reason to drop the money on the extensions is if you're planning on competing in USPSA because they have length restrictions on magazines. If you're looking for a range toy, or even something for a nightstand gun, I'd really recommend just getting an extended magazine instead of a magazine extension.


This. Don't forget about the glock factory extensions. I think they're +3 in a 9mm.
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#6396394 - 08/05/16 09:06 PM Re: Glock [Re: jhenderson]
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For some odd reason I just want one to have I guess give it a different look.

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#6396409 - 08/05/16 09:25 PM Re: Glock [Re: jhenderson]
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They do look really nice. If you're not hurting for the money, they're definitely a cool (and functional!) accessory to have. I've got 3 of the Taran Tactical +6 extensions, and one of the Taylor Freelance +12 extensions, and if you've got a magwell, it makes your Glock look pretty slick.




Edited by HicksHunter (08/05/16 09:25 PM)

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