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GAP mag plates legal?

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by atyszka, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. atyszka

    atyszka

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    From what I interpret in the rule book, a plastic mag plate like the GAP plates are legal for sub-compacts, but it's not expressly called out like the Pearce extensions. WHat do you guys know?

    Thanks, Art
     
  2. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Your interpretation is incorrect. Only Pearce bases and factory bases are permitted in stock categories. You may, however use them in Unlimited Category against the Masters of GSSF.
     

  3. atyszka

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    Thanks for the clarification Danny.
     
  4. James5m

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    Glock base floor plate 7151 will fit 9mm/40/357 and 45 GAP. I use them on my 26 mags
     
  5. Melissa5

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    Is the 7151 the Glock +2 extension?
     
  6. James5m

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    Yes Don't forget the 7165 insert to go with it