What magazine extension is this?

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  1. SIG_SAUER

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    I have been looking for this G26 extension for a few days and I cant find it. They all seem to have some kind of texture on the front or are slanted. I like how this one is flat and smooth. Looks like it has a Glock symbol on the bottom so I'm assuming it's factory. Anyone know exactly what model it is? Thanks


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    Looks like G30.
    Pearce makes a +2 for G26.
     
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    Glock part# 7151
    I use them on my 26 mags
     
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    Yup, that's a G30, and that's not an extension on the magazine, it's the regular floorplate for the 10 round G30 mag.....the mag tube sticks out the bottom of the grip/mag well, and the floorplate simply covers the part of the tube that sticks out.

    Pearce Grips used to make their extensions without checkering on the front, but I don't think they do anymore.

    Like James said, the closest you'll come would be the Glock 7151 extension, and don't forget to get the 7165 insert to go with it, it helps lock the extension on the mag.

    The 7151 is on the left:
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    Here's the G30 mag:
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    Isn't that a Glock 36, with its standard magazine?

    Andy
     
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    I think your right. For some reason when I was looking at that picture on the CTC web site I just assumed it was a 26.
     
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    and not all the other sub compacts ? lol... but yeah thats for sure the stock 10/45 floor plate
     
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    Butch RetiredDinosaur CLM Millennium Member

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    It may well be a G36, it's a little difficult to tell sometimes, but the same info applies anyway. The picture is from the Crimson Trace site...according to the URL.
     
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    Thanks Bob, glad that was so amusing to you.

    Thanks to everybody else for your input. I didn't realize that Glock had so many different styles of base plates.
     
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    The filename is lg436.jpg

    LG (lasergrip) 4 (for) 36 (glock 36)

    What do I win?