TangoDown Inc is proud to announce the Vickers Tactical Magazine Floor Plate for Smith & Wesson M&P pistols. Few people understand modern combat pistol craft like Larry Vickers, who has a distinct eye for potential real-world pistol improvements. After countless hours behind the pistol, he intuitively understands what will fall short in a gun fight. According to Larry, S&W M&P has an enviable reputation for simplicity, durability and accuracy.. much desired qualities in a fighting gun. However, one small flaw could ruin your day.. the OEM magazine base plate. If the magazine fails to fall free from the pistol during a critical speed reload, there’s little you can do about it quickly. The Factory magazine base plate is undersized, and offers no grip area to enable stripping the magazine if stuck in the weapon. You can’t always rely on the small frame cutout, especially when wearing gloves, or using The Plug. The VT Tactical Floor Plate fixes this fast! Made of high quality, glass-filled nylon for superior strength, these floor plates offer plenty of non-slip surface to strip a stubborn magazine from the weapon, even if stuck with mud, sand or ice. Excellent for one handed use too, just hook the floor plate under a belt, against a holster, etc. to stay in the fight. The VT Tactical Floor Plates also provide a larger, more positive surface when pulling magazines from pouches, speeding reloads. Concaved dots allow easy numbering & marking of spare magazines.
For S&W M&P magazine calibers: 9mm, .40 Smith & Wesson, .357 SIG
Sold in packs of 5, because any serious fighting handgun should have 5 reliability-proven magazines close by.
IMPORTANT NOTE:"All Service and Warranty Issues Must Be Directed To Manufacturer."
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|Excellent and inexpensive upgrade||1/17/2016|
|This product delivers as advertised and is an important upgrade. The floor plate material is noticeably more dense and feels higher quality than the stock floor plate. The protruding edges of the floor plate allow for stripping the magazine out during malfunctions which recently happened to me during IDPA competition. I will buy these for all my magazines going forward.|
|- Chris Latiolais, TX|