Strike Industries Aluminum Magazine Base Plate for Glock

Strike Industries Aluminum Magazine Base Plate for Glock

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  • Ergonomic and aggressive design
  • Added geometrical curves allow a refined grip on the end of the mag for a smoother reload
  • Added weight for quicker mag release
  • Provides better grip
  • Allows user to stand the magazine straight
  • Colors available in Blue, Red and Titan Gold


  • Material: Aluminum
  • Finish: Anodized
  • Weight: 0.35 oz.
  • Width: 1.208"
  • Length: 1.587"


  • Factory Glock 17, 17L, 19, 22, 23, 26, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 39

Strike Industries Aluminum Magazine Base Plate for Glock


Whether you should make any changes to your Glock or leave it stock? They're two different types of shooters. The ones that stay bone stock, and then there's the rest of us. I'm not saying you should mortgage your house to go crazy on your Glock. What if you could make a quick, low-cost upgrade to your Glock that would make a difference. Then would you be interested? A Strike Industries Glock base plate fits that criteria.

Keep It Legal

First thing, you're not going to break any laws by installing a Glock Magazine base plate. I'm not talking about a mag extension. Adding to your magazine capacity would make you a felon in some states. The Strike Industries Glock base plate changes the geometry of the bottom of your mag. Additionally, it puts just a little more weight where you need it. You'll notice the added flare. This flare gives you a better grip on the mag. Between the tad extra weight and the flare, you will enjoy faster, smoother mag swaps.

Standing Fast And Tall

The profile change you get by adding the SI Glock magazine base plate isn't just designed for ergonomics. When you put this on, your mags will stand straight on a table. What's the big deal? Well, if you only load one or two mags, it's nothing. However, a lot of us have quite a few mags that we load for a day at the range. Have you ever loaded a bunch of mags with a load-assist? Well, those work a lot better with the mag standing up on a table. With the Strike Industries Glock base plate, this is a piece of cake.

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