Hi all, I recently got some Pearce +1 floorplates for some of my G36 mags (Thanks, SLS! ). I've read how some folks had jams when using them, so I was a little concerned. The extensions themselves seemed very well engineered, so I thought that it might be a magazine spring issue. I ordered a three-pack of Wolff +10% mag springs online, and installed them when they arrived a few days later. I converted two of my 4 G36 mags to 7-rounders. There was some stiffness in loading in the seventh round. When I first function tested a loaded mag at home, I found that a rather vigorous tug on the slide was required to load the first round. I did not do this the first time I attempted to load the pistol, and an FMJ round hung up on the feed ramp. After noting this, however, and being sure that I rack the slide properly, I have not had another failure. Taking the converted mags to the range yesterday, I found that it was necessary to whack the bottom of the mag fairly hard to ensure proper seating in the butt of the pistol. I tested the mags by loading seven rounds, seating the mag, and chambering the first round. I then topped-up the mag to its new full 7-round capacity and fired. I burned up 100 rounds of FMJ ammo this way. I experienced no failures of any kind during this outing. I was very pleased with the function of the Pearce +1s in combination with the Wolff +10% springs. I feel confident using the new 7-round mags for personal defense work (I did not feel the need to test with any hollow points at the range, since I carry Federal's 200-gr +P EFMJ round). I also found an unlooked-for benefit during my testing. At about round #40, I noticed that my groups were much better than usual given the kind of shooting that I was doing. I thought about it, and realized that the Glock 36 was actually much more pleasant to shoot with the extended grip provided by the +1 floorplate. This was interesting, since in just grasping the gun I had not noticed a significant increase in comfort with the longer grip. It makes total sense, however. Anyway, I found I could shoot faster and more accurately with the longer floorplates in place. I plan on continuing to use the standard factory floorplate on the mag that I leave in the G36 when I SmartCarry it (who needs a longer bulge where the butt protrudes?), but I will definitely carry +1 floorplates on the back-up mags and I will switch to a +1 floorplate when the gun goes on the nightstand in the evening.