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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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Product Description

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.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B006EE6F3W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,766 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Regan on December 8, 2012
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I am quite disappointed about this product. Two of the 3 base plates had the rubber pads come off on the first trip to the range. Normally Magpul products are great and seem to last forever. I have been a Magpul customer for a long time and this is the first time I've been let down like this.

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.
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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 oout of its holster peels right off its base! I'm surprised at such poor quality from a Magpul product. If you cannot retrieve your magazine in a combat situation because the grip peels off you could end up dead!
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By Adriel Gray on December 2, 2012
Got a set of speedplates for my Glock 26. At first I was surprised that they were simply rubber and not a hard plastic. Upon placing them on a standard glock magazine I found it nearly impossible to seat the mag into the gun. I found myself smashing the magazine over and over to finally get the clip in. The squishy rubber plate would just give and flatten out as I tried to push the magazine into the grip. Once seated I hated the feel of the pinky thumb stud on the plate. I had removed an after market Scherer plate with a pinky grip extension that I thought was very comfortable. The pinky stud/finger loop on the magpul plate does not extend around the surface of the grip so it doesn't supply any extra stability. It's just awkard. When I went to remove the MOE plate to replace it with my Scherer, the thumb rest/finger loop peeled right off the plate! I was shocked to see that it wasn't one single molded piece, but two pieces weakly glued together. There wasn't any sign of adhesive on the plate or grip either. What was used to adhere these pieces together? It seemed such a terrible design choice to make a mechanism that is supposed to be for pulling out of tight ammo puches two seperate pieces joined at the very point of greatest stress.

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.
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I had 3 of these on a chest rig during training and one loop fell off when it was bumped against a shield. The loop is only held on by adhesive and is a separate piece from the floor plate. Very upset with magpul on this one.
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I love these speed plate bases. They make magazine exchanges much easier and are a great bumper for ejected magazines. They are well crafted, fit perfectly and very durable. I was concerned about concealability off-duty, but that is a non-issue.
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Magpul botched this product. Recommend AVOIDING the MAG230. Returning mine.

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.
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I dig the concept of these plates, being able to draw mags faster, while giving my pinky a spot to rest on the Glock 26. And the build quality is nice! However, I ended up trading them to a friend for Pearce grip extensions, which I like much better now. This speedplate pinky finger placement is a bit recessed compared to the rest of the fingers when gripping the gun. I like all my fingers to be in a uniform line on the grip, or go without grip extension and just wrap my pinky under the mag, taking it out of the equation completely. This is kinda halfway between, with the pinky slightly back. It caused my grip to feel awkward.
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...
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These things allows for easier manipulation and draw of clock 9mm/.40cal magazines. They work pretty well. The locking detent/hole that you have to push in on the normal baseplate fits really tight into these and you may have to fully load a magazine and use the glock loading tool thing to push the lock through the hole. But after you get it to fit just right they actually have a tiny bit more room than the standard baseplate, which makes getting the last round in a easier (which can be difficult on the 15 round .40cal magazines, heh.

They don't add a lot to the magazines and many pouches that cover the mags will still fit if there's a fair bit of room. Just be sure that you have a GOOD amount of free room, otherwise get open top/topless mag pouches (safariland makes a good set of double or triples).

The made in china issues seem to be resolved as these are 100% made in the USA. Good quality.
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