The 10-8 Performance magazine catch for the Staccato 2011 features a unique 30lpi serrated curved button surface for positive activation. The curved button surface matches the contour of your thumb pad when the pistol is rolled over for a reload, and the serrations provide improved traction over the smooth factory unit. Overall length of the button protrusion, as measured at the longest part, is the same as the factory unit. This is NOT an extended length/width button. Face of the serrated button features a machined bevel to improve user comfort during handling and carry.
Fits ONLY Staccato 2011 double stack models with Gen2/3 grip modules (P, P DUO, XC, XL, C2, C2 DUO). Does NOT fit legacy grip modules, aftermarket metal grip modules, or single stack models (C, C DUO, R).
- Gen2/3 Grip Modules can be identified by the molded texturing and the star logo on the lower portion of the side of the grip.
- Gen1/Legacy Grip Modules may have the tree bark texturing or double diamond molded checkering, as well as the faux grip screw at the bottom half of the grip. This catch IS NOT compatible with these modules.
Machined from hardened 4140 bar stock, with black oxide (blue) finish. Magazine catch only.
Requires factory Staccato Gen2 mag catch lock, NOT INCLUDED (and not sold by the factory - use the one that's IN your Gen2 grip module).
If you're retrofitting your existing gun, you will be reusing the factory catch lock and spring.
ReviewsDan PI found this while searching through all the interesting stuff on the website. I figured that it wouldn't hurt to try out, since I hate the feel of the factory button on my C2. I am completely impressed! The rounded front corner and the texture actually give my finger the ability to have a positive press everytime. I'm so impressed, I'm buying another one for my XL! Keep on creating these great ideas!Simon
An easy and worthwhile upgrade to a 2011Drops right in and the serrated pad with the gentle curve to the front make for a positive and comfortable mag change, with no additional width added to the footprint.Thomas Gailey
10-8 Staccato Magazine ReleaseGood product, well made and installed easily. But… it actually made my mag changes slower because only 1/3 of the face is factory length and it tapers off. I ended up putting the original mag catch back in and Drimelled a taper leading up to the mag catch on the grip and it worked perfectly. Nothing wrong with this product… wish it had been made so the lowest part of the catch was the same height as the original and then taper up 1/3….Patrick Barlow
STI Staccato Mag ReleaseThe STI Staccato mag release is NOT 1911 compatible but works well with the StaccatoAdam
Staccato G2 mag releaseExcellent fitment and feels much nicer than the stock mag release. Fast shipping, too.Eric Tycksen
2011 Gen2 Staccato Mag CatchI have 10-8 mag catches installed on all of my 1911's and 2011's. The angle and texture of the mag release button facilitates a natural and very positive tactile engagement when operating under pressure. This isn't for gaming where fractions of a second count as the button isn't extended, enlarged, or lighter so you can hit the button as fast as possible and change out a mag. Instead, this mag catch/release is designed for secure and sure-handed weapon manipulation where your hands could be sweaty, bloody, greasy, etc while being low profile enough that you don't have to worry about accidently releasing a mag while on duty, concealed carrying, etc. That being said, the angle and texture of the button makes mag changes lightning fast if you do your part. This is the first part I upgrade on every 2011 and 1911 I own and I highly recommend it.Dave
Magazine Catch, Staccato 2011, Gen2 Double StackTHIS is the mag catch Staccato needs to include with their pistols. The machined serrations add positive traction and the angled face matches the grip contour perfectly.Ben
Staccato Mag ReleaseWell made and easy installation, definitely a good choice but not as dramatic an improvement as I hoped. My only real gripe (very minor) about 2011’s is the release requires me to shift my grip a bit to properly hit it. This feels better than the factory, but not really seeing a massive difference in manipulation. They make it clear it doesn’t extend at all so can’t fault them there. Wish it were a little easier to depress but I’m sure it’ll break in more.Chris Reddy
Gen2 magazine releaseI have a distorted strong hand thumb. This is more comfortable than the factory release. I did have to use a lighter spring with it. Too hard to push with the factory spring. Great product.Rick Remington
2011 Gen 2 mag releaseGreat addition to a Staccato pistol. The workmanship is great, fits perfectly, and makes it easier to release the mag on reloads.
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