• Drop-in replacement for the factory Smith & Wesson M&P 1.0 and 2.0 mag release
  • Tactical serrations for improved operation
  • Eject your magazine quickly and with ease
  • Color available in Black and Gold


  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Black or Gold
  • Weight: 0.39 oz.


  • Smith and Wesson M&P 1.0/2.0 Full-Size and Compact (9mm/ .40 Only)


  • 1x Tyrant CNC S&W M&P Extended Magazine Release


Elevate your Smith & Wesson M&P 9/40 performance with the Tyrant CNC Extended Magazine Release. Tailor-made for both the full-size and compact M&P models, this accessory is a game-changer, especially in scenarios where speed is of the essence. Whether you're at the range or in a high-stakes competition, this mag release ensures you're always a step ahead.

Precision Fit for S&W M&P

Designed with meticulous attention to detail, the Tyrant CNC S&W M&P 9/40 Extended Magazine Release fits seamlessly with the 1.0 and 2.0 series. It integrates so smoothly, it feels like an inherent part of your firearm, eliminating any worry about compatibility issues.

Enhanced Ergonomics for Rapid Mag Changes

The extended design isn't just for show; it drastically improves your ability to quickly release the magazine without shifting your grip. This ergonomic enhancement means faster, more efficient magazine changes, a critical edge when split seconds count. The added knurling ensures a firm grip in all conditions, preventing any slip-ups.

Effortless Installation, Lasting Impact

Installation is a breeze with the Tyrant CNC Extended Magazine Release. No special tools or extensive modifications needed, just a simple addition that makes a significant difference in your shooting experience.

Tyrant CNC’s Commitment to Excellence

Choosing this mag release means more than just upgrading a part; it's about trust in a brand that's committed to precision and customer satisfaction. With the Tyrant CNC Extended Magazine Release for your S&W M&P 9/40, you're not just improving your firearm; you're transforming your shooting experience.

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