Glock Mag Drop Extension

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Uchahi, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. Uchahi

    Uchahi New Member

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    Hello Fellows,
    I am in search of a Glock Mag release extension. When I try and look for them online its come back with parts for the actual mag. I am looking for a part that makes the button for the release easier to hit. ( Hopefully I made that clear)


    And thanks for being so welcoming. =)
     

  2. Dzscubie

    Dzscubie New Member

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    Ask Glasshartt, she knows the part number and price. She is an expert on Glocks.
     
  3. Uchahi

    Uchahi New Member

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  4. Glasshartt

    Glasshartt New Member

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    Uchahi, I have some extended magazine catches on hand. They are not too difficult to change out. :rolleyes: They are actual Glock parts, and about 1/10th of the price that is shown on the link that was attached above. PM me and I will give you more details.
     
  5. ANAKINANAYA

    ANAKINANAYA New Member

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    hey can u send me that avatar u have love the zombie hunting permit
     
  6. Cody32953

    Cody32953 New Member

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    I just installed a Glock Extended Magazine Release on my Glock 19. It makes it really easy to release the magazine now.

    Here is a write-up and instruction for installing it.
    Glock 19 Extended Magazine Release Review
     
  7. Guns-N-Ammo

    Guns-N-Ammo New Member

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  8. M14sRock

    M14sRock New Member

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    If you are using factory Glock mags, stay with the polymer mag release button. If you have a need to use a non-polymer covered mag, a metal mag release is fine.

    But having sharp metal in contact with polymer will just wear out the polymer, eventually.