Taran Tactical "TTI" Sig Sauer MPX +11 Base Pad
TTI Sig Sauer MPX +11 Base Pad
TTI Firepower Sig MPX Carbine Magazine Extension,
- Comes with extra power Silicon Carbide spring to enhance feeding and to ensure slide lock.
- Patented, proven push-pin design.
No tools needed, just push the pin down, slide the base pad onto the magazine and push the pin up to lock the base pad onto the magazine. Easily attaches and detaches from the magazine.
- No specialty tools, devices, or additional springs required for assembly/disassembly, simply pop off the basepad and remove the insert at the bottom of the spring and slide on the extension.
- One piece design; no small parts to keep track of.
- Minimal length addition to allow usage while in a prone position.
- Holds 41+1 in 9mm.
- The added weight helps the magazine drop free easier for faster reloads.
- CNC machined from billet aluminum.
- Hard anodized.
- Made in the USA.
This Taran Tactical Innovations Sig MPX Carbine base pad works on the Sig MPX stock 30 round 9mm magazine. This TTI base pad will add 10 extra rounds to your stock Sig MPX Carbine 30 round magazine. This TTI base pad does add a little extra weight to the magazine which helps the empty mag drop free easier for faster reloads. This TTI Sig MPX base pad, just like all of our base pads, is designed to give you the edge over your adversaries. We use our patented push pin design to lock the base pad to the magazine, which makes for easy field stripping and cleaning your magazines between stages. Just push down the pin, slide the base pad on and push the pin up to lock the base pad onto the magazine. Our one piece design is great because there are no extra parts or tools needed to attach the base pad to your magazine. The base pad itself is machined out of billet aluminum and is hard anodized to ensure durable long lasting color. All machining and manufacturing is done in the USA.
**Installation tip: Remove the stock MPX base plate and floor plate from the magazine so that only the spring and follower should be left. Slide the base pad onto the magazine and then finish pressing it into place abruptly and firmly. Easing the base pad onto the magazine may result in the spring not dropping fully into the pocket in the base pad.
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