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Similar in concept to the Magpul Ranger Plate, the Speedplate allows for rapid magazine extraction and positive handling. Protects the base of magazine from impact.
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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 2 months ago by Robert Kay
I just bought a 3 pack of these for my carry magazines from my LGS in July of 15. I read some reviews and found that this product has been redesigned and this an attempt to improve... Read morePublished 3 months ago by monsterdrinker92
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 3 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 3 months ago by Ramon E. Lopez
Doesn't work well for glock magazines.When loading or being pulled from a mag pouch the speed plates pop off...my opinion they are made cheap..Published 5 months ago by Boogie
Use these on all my 9mm Magazines to tell them apart from the .40'sPublished 5 months ago by Brian W
These magazine base plates were the perfect fix for my Glock 17 with a speed loading mag-well extension. Extracting a sticky magazine from the pistol's mag-well is now easy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John Overstake