10 round mag how do you put 11 rounds in it ? :whistling:If at all possible, show up with at least 4 mags. A lot of the people who really get into GSSF end up buying enough mags to shoot the entire match without reloading.
Having 4 mags is the minimum you need to keep things moving smoothly through all the stages. If you think you might run dry due to misses, a 5th "loader mag" is nice, or if your mags are >10 rounders, just load them all to 11 and remember to strip off a round before using if you reload with a full chamber between strings during a stage.
I thought that the +2s didn't work with the 10rd mags based on the internal design (to prevent them from ever being modified to hold more than 10 rounds). :dunno:Put a "+2" extender on a 10 round mag and it will hold 12 in 9mm, and 11 in most other calibers.
Easier just to buy full-cap mags if you don't live in one of the few states that still ban them.
It was mentioned in the armorer's class that you should switch to the stronger spring if you use a +2 extension. I was just curious if you did that and if you had any feeding problems if you didn't.It depends. Mags that have a natural capacity of 10 or less (i.e. G26 10 round mags, G27/33 9 round mags) can use Glock +2 floorplates to increase capacity. The 10 round mags designed to satisfy "hi-cap bans" for models that were designed to use >10 round mags don't work with +2's AFAIK.