Pearce PG-G9P2 Magazine Extension Kit – Magazine Extension Kit for GLOCK Pistol
Pearce PG-G9P2 Magazine Extension Kit
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Description / Pearce PG-G9P2 Magazine Extension Kit
Pearce Grip, Inc. is an American-owned and operated arms accessories manufacturer located in Fort Worth, Texas. Specializing in replacement grips for firearms and grip accessories, Pearce Grip, Inc. has cemented itself within the arms accessories industry with its unique, well-designed products, each of which is backed by the world-class customer service that only a small, family business is capable of providing.
Among the multitude of grips and grip accessories offered by Pearce Grip, Inc. is the Pearce PG-G9P2 magazine extension kit. As noted, the Pearce PG-G9P2 magazine extension kit ships as a package consisting of one replacement floor plate that serves to replace both the floor plate and the internal locking plate of your magazine, providing an overall increased capacity. This allows shooters to enjoy either one or two extra cartridges in a standard magazine depending on their cartridge of choice. Moreover, each PG-G9P2 unit blends with the contours and textures of your pistol in order to keep a factory appearance, while providing the control and comfort you desire without sacrificing concealability.
Each Pearce PG-G9P2 magazine extension kit is manufactured using high-impact polymer that has been tested and proven to withstand drop tests at temperatures ranging from -20 to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, placing them far beyond other third-party manufacturers.
As noted, the Pearce PG-G9P2 magazine extension kit is designed for a variety of GLOCK pistols, including many of those chambered for the 9x19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W and .357 SIG cartridges. Specifically, the Pearce PG-G9P2 magazine extension kit is compatible with each of the following GLOCK models: 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37 and 38. Those pistols chambered for the 9x19mm Parabellum cartridge will see their magazines increase in overall capacity by two rounds, while those chambered for either the .40 S&W or .357 SIG cartridge will see their magazine increase in overall capacity by one round.