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Old 05-03-2014, 05:01 PM   #1
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I'm trying to find out if the pearce +0 grip extension will affect reliability the way i've heard the +2 and so on do. Does anyone own some and do they work right?



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Old 05-03-2014, 05:44 PM   #2
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I don't have any +0 versions but the Pearce +1 and +2 models work reliably on my G27 mags. My only complaint is that it takes time before you you can force in the extra round(s). The extra grip space is great. To me the +1 is "just right"! (So I moved the +2s to some G22 mags, and sure enough, still only one extra round!)



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I've had one on my 27 for about 5 yrs. I have never had a malfunction with that or any other mags in that weapon. It is my main EDC. imageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1399149966.447061.jpg


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Put one on a G29 mag that I use with a chopped down G20 grip frame and have never experienced any problems with reliably after many (12+) years of use.

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I've used a +1 for a couple years now , no issues .


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G26 with +0 on all mags. Never a problem.


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I'm trying to find out if the pearce +0 grip extension will affect reliability the way i've heard the +2 and so on do. Does anyone own some and do they work right?
I don't use any right now, but I have used the +0, +1 & +2 extensions in the past with no problems whatsoever. As a matter of fact, the Pearce extensions are the only ones I trust other than the factory extensions.
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I don't use the extensions because I do pocket carry my G19 a lot, in fact most of the time. The magazine extensions would snag in my pocket. Pocket carry is the number one reason I chose the G19. I shoot the M&P 9 better but it is not pocket friendly. In SD range there is no difference in a 3" group and a 2" group. What does matter is having an adequate gun with a decent capacity on your person.

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I've never had a problem with mine on my G26.


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Ditto that. The grip extensions do make a big difference in the feel of the gun, and they don't affect the concealability at all.






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