I want some 9mm 1911 magazines with flush base plates. I wanted to buy some Tripp research mags but saw they have the rubber base plates, which I don't want as this will be on my carry gun.
Just talked to him. They have experimented with one but it never turned out well. I still may end up buying some mags for the range though.canebrake said:Call Aaron @ Tripp (877.837.9445) and ask him if they can make a flush fit 9mm mag.
Printing issues and potential shirt snag. No real benefit unless shooting competition where you are dropping the mag for reloads.Overkill0084 said:Ok, I gotta ask since no one else has: Why is the rubber base plate verboten for carry?
I carry these in a DW CCO:
They fit/work great, which is what matters to me. Well, ok, they have a little protruding rubber foot, it works ok though. Aesthetics are secondary.
Printing: Your talking about a full sized frame 1911, right? Yeah, the little rubber foot is your biggest obstacle.Printing issues and potential shirt snag. No real benefit unless shooting competition where you are dropping the mag for reloads.