• Drop-in replacement for Glock 43 standard magazine plate
  • Add 2 round capacity to Glock 43 factory 6-round magazine
  • Extended grip surface provides extra finger space for a better grip
  • Sleek and no snag design
  • Comes with SI enhanced magazine insert


  • Material: Polymer
  • Weight: 0.5 oz.
  • Capacity: Plus two round


  • Glock 43

**Due to recent changes made by GLOCK™ to the G43 Magazine, newer magazine version may be unable to load the +2 advertised capacity due to an additional spring coil added by GLOCK™

**Not compatible with G43X


  • 1x Strike Industries Glock 43 Magazine Extension
  • 1x Enhanced Magazine Insert

Magazine Plate Extension for Glock 43 | Grip Extension


The Glock 43 magazine extension by Strike Industries provides smooth magazine reloading for the avid Glock shooter. The low-drag, no-snag design makes the reloading process a piece of cake. Strike Industries is committed to providing high-quality firearm parts for the gun owners’ community. All products sold by the company have been designed by active firearms users for those who rely on their weapons for daily use. You don’t need to wonder if the product will perform if it’s made by Strike Industries.

Who doesn’t like greater magazine capacity? The Strike Industries Glock 43 Enhanced Magazine Plate (EMP) increases the capacity of your magazine to an additional two rounds for a total of 8 + 1 rounds. On top of providing more round capacity, The EMP can also work as a grip extension. The extended grip surface of the EMP enables you to have more space to hold the gun for improved control and improved ergonomics. The higher level of comfort that the Glock 43 grip extension offers makes it suitable for those who wants a higher levels of accuracy. Why wait? Order your Glock 43 magazine extension today!

About Glock:

The Glock pistol was created by an Austrian engineer named Gaston Glock. Glock’s first firearm was the Glock 17. While Glock had zero experience with firearm design or manufacture, he was well-versed in handling synthetic polymers. This experience with synthetic polymers led to the design of the first commercially-successful line of pistols made with a polymer frame. Glock also introduced ferritic nitrocarburizing into the firearms industry to reduce the risk of corrosion on the metal components. The Glock continues to remain one of the most popular pistols in America today.



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