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Magpul Speedplate Black - Glock 9mm/.40S&W 3 Pack Speed Plate MP MAG230-BLK
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- The speed plate replaces factory floor plates on glock 9mm and .40s & pistol magazines
- The Speed plate allows for rapid magazine extraction and positive handling
- Protects the base of magazine from impact
- Shape makes quick handling of magazines easier
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm very disappointed. I was anxious to get this product and put it into use but now, $15 and one use later....here I sit with 2 of the 3 speedplates that are of absoultely no use.
This is not rugged hard use gear. This is an utter failure. I am returning this item. It didnt last a day under the absolute minimum conditions. Shame on magpul. This product is worthless.
Just applied supper glue to the one plate, we'll see if this stands up to some abuse, highly Doubt it, in rough on my equipment and use it all for duty and in the field, will buy from other company and see if these are just cheep chines nock off and up date this review, don't really care if something comes fast if its junk in the first place.
The MAG230 floorplates are NOT sized to fit all Glock 9mm as described. Specifically, the floorplate saddles are taller than OEM floorplates, just enough that you cannot seat a magazine in a Glock 19 without slamming it so hard the plate pops off! Sort of defeats the basic functionality it's actually supposed to improve upon. Add to this the squishy factor and cheap overall build quality others note... and what you have is a $15 set of completely useless plastic items. YMMV but be forewarned.
May not be an issue for you, but I'd recommend comparing these against the Pearce grips for comfort. I understand these fulfill a different function with drawing extra mags quickly, and you may value that function over comfort/grip. Just thought I'd make people aware of what I experienced.
Happy and safe shooting...
To re-iterate, I use these magazines to positively index or remove a magazine from the weapon by increasing the surface contact of my hand on the magazine. I'm never hooking my finger through the loop hole and pulling on it to load or strip a magazine from the weapon. 5 stars for concept , I'll update this review when they fail.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They dont last very long . Very dissapointed in the quality I put them on the mag and the grip came apart so sad it's a very good look tho that's about it had to crazy glue it back... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
plastic seperates after repeaded pulls on the magazine both from the holster and the weapon!Published 3 months ago by Anthony H.
Not what I expect from magpul. The ring part on the bottom is a soft rubber and, if you actually use them and do reloads or pull on it to clear a malfunction, they will start to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Magpie designed a Speedplate that doesn't fit on its own Glock magazine. Didn't see that coming. The concept is sound, but they didn't think through the quality of the material... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robert Kay
When I first installed it, the Glock floorplate came off without isse. Once I decided the Magpul hunk of rubber wasn't for me, removing it was a nightmare! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nhendrix
Improper fit (does not readily accept mag plate fails to fall into place like the stock unit). The worst part is that the looped part your supposed to use to pull the magazine... Read morePublished 7 months ago by REL