2011 Magazine Base Pad, 126mm/ODS 2011 Magazine Base Pad, 126mm/ODS Pad on 126mm magazine in ODS G2 grip

2011 Magazine Base Pad, 126mm/ODS

$24.95

Magazine base pad for STI/Staccato 2011 factory magazine, Gen1 and Gen2. Intended for 126mm length magazine tubes ONLY. On a 126mm length tube, this will lock in ONLY on the shorter C2/VIP/ODS grips (ODS - Officer's Double Stack, as designated by the factory), and provides a 17 round mag which has positive overtravel stop for slide lock reloads.

*Not intended for use with magazine well installed.*

Machined from 6061 aluminum and anodized matte black. Includes classic 10-8 features: serrated front for easier stripping and more tactile handling, scallops on side for stripping stuck mag, and dimples on the bottom for marking your magazine. 

 

 

**The star will sit below flush due to our plate being thicker. The pad's hole location is set to minimum spec to eliminate any fore/aft play of the pad on the tube, but it can make for a very tight fit for the factory retainer (the star). Here the solutions to try if the star isn’t popping up into the base pad:

 

1) Hold the mag tube and rap the serrated front of the base pad on a wooden block, inertia usually is enough to seat the star retainer.
2) Use a larger diameter punch to push the star down and tilt it in order to have it pop up.

 

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    Magazine base pad for STI/Staccato 2011 factory magazine, Gen1 and Gen2. Intended for 126mm length magazine tubes ONLY. On a 126mm length tube, this will lock in ONLY on the shorter C2/VIP/ODS grips (ODS - Officer's Double Stack, as designated by the factory), and provides a 17 round mag which has positive overtravel stop for slide lock reloads.

    *Not intended for use with magazine well installed.*

    Machined from 6061 aluminum and anodized matte black. Includes classic 10-8 features: serrated front for easier stripping and more tactile handling, scallops on side for stripping stuck mag, and dimples on the bottom for marking your magazine. 

     

     

    **The star will sit below flush due to our plate being thicker. The pad's hole location is set to minimum spec to eliminate any fore/aft play of the pad on the tube, but it can make for a very tight fit for the factory retainer (the star). Here the solutions to try if the star isn’t popping up into the base pad:

     

    1) Hold the mag tube and rap the serrated front of the base pad on a wooden block, inertia usually is enough to seat the star retainer.
    2) Use a larger diameter punch to push the star down and tilt it in order to have it pop up.

     

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