Fits full sized frame M&P models ONLY (fits all generations of full sized mags).
Here's the run down for the base pad and retainer compatibility, as it is a common area of confusion:
DOES NOT FIT:
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Posted by Michael Starmer on 18th Jul 2015
I've had a dozen of these for many years, 6 of the round and 6 of the square. They're on any magazine that's delegated for carry. Just picked up a 9c and was looking at the stubby stock flat plate and went and grabbed one of my 10-8 pads. To my surprise it fit. When in the gun it does create a "ledge" as the profile is square but the gun is round. This gives a bit of purchase and locks my fingers where they need to be and eliminates the bulk of the finger extension pad. Give it a try, you make find it works great!
Posted by Joe Z. on 16th Apr 2015
I have used these on my M&P45 for Every Day Carry and now have a couple for my M&P9. Though some mention the need for the square latch insert no longer available from 10-8, I used the stock S&W part from a bunch of magazines I ordered from 44mag.com. Yep, they all had the square latch, so I don't need to scrounge the internet for a discontinued 10-8 part. The base pads? They are still the best as far as smaller footprint and strength, so they will not hang up in standard magazine carriers.
Posted by Mike on 14th Feb 2015
This is my first 10-8 performance product. This fit perfectly on my M&P magazine and functions well like the stock pad but IMO, looks much better than stock. The quality is top notch. I will be purchasing more in the future
Posted by Eric Bishard on 23rd Jan 2015
The first base pad went on like butter, The second base pad I tried to put on 3 different magazines, it was getting stuck trying to slide it on. Eventually I got it on the magazine but it was a very tight fit, but hey it's there. no problem. The magazines were in good shape, i'm not sure what it was, maybe the gap that the mag slides into was tighter than the other one. Had to use a hammer to get it on, but once it snapped on all the way, it was solid and the plastic locked into place it was ok, a little marred, and scratched, but it works fine.
Posted by Mike on 17th Oct 2014
By far better than factory base pads. Not to mention the fact they feel much more robust and are better looking. Since I haven't used them a lot I'm not quite sure they're worth 20 bucks a piece yet. I purchased 6 of them anyways based on reviews. I like them very much and if they stand the abuse I'm going to dish out on them over the next few months I will order them for any M&P mags I buy in the future.
Posted by Steve W on 11th Sep 2014
These are great! I can strip the mags much easier, they're tough enough to take drops, and I like the different colors. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 is because the price is high (there should be poly models available as with the Glocks) and because 10-8 doesn't stock the needed base pad retainers needed to install them.
Posted by Gunnar Gray on 11th Aug 2014
I usually carry several mags stacked as close as possible. Stock base plates get stuck on each other. I have a few alternate baseplates, many don't fit right, they wobble. These fit well and do not hang up on each other. I got 5 to start, I'm DEFINATELY getting more.
Posted by Andy on 25th Jul 2014
Little pricey but I will be outfitting all of my magazines with these basepads. For and finish is great, fast shipping. Top notch product
Posted by mattkoyak on 23rd Jul 2014
Really happy with this design improvement. I thought, however, I saw them in use with the Speed Shooter Specialities mag well...
and they don't work. That's my only complaint, and I rarely run regular mags on my race gun anyway. I'll be ordering more for my full size .40!
Posted by Unknown on 16th Jul 2014
I only had these for few days but I am really liking this baseplates. The shortened front lip helps me during reloading and keeps me from messing it up during competition. It also looks much tougher than the plastic factory plates that I have abused.
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