I couldn't find this with a search... ...is it possible to make a flush fitting G36 magazine? I know GLOCK doesn't sell one, but could you stick a different base on there and have a flush fitting (probably five round) mag? Since they don't make 10mm pocket guns, I'd really like a .45 caliber gun for my pocket. I love GLOCKs, and the G39 would fit perfectly, but I don't feel entirely comfortable with being an early adopter of the .45 GAP. The Kahr P45 is too tall for my pocket. So is the G36, but if you could shrink the mag base, the way they do with those 9 rounders for the G30, it would be perfect for me. I'm guessing those 9 round G30 mags just have a G21 base stuck on there, but the G36 being skinnier, that obviously wouldn't work. I don't think Pearce or Scherer make such bases, either. How do the small frame GLOCK magazine bases, like the G26 compare with the G36's? Are they too wide as well? Maybe I could grind something down to size, but I doubt it would be reliable.