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Old 06-29-2020, 05:41 AM   #1
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GEE plates

Anybody using them. I have them on my Glock 43 and 26 and really like them. I did install the Pearce base plates on 2 mags, but curious if anybody is using them on their P365.
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Old 06-29-2020, 08:12 AM   #2
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I have one on my P365 mag. I also have them for other guns I have. I prefer them over the Pearce and oem extensions.
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I have one on my P365 mag. I also have them for other guns I have. I prefer them over the Pearce and oem extensions.

I like the way they look.

Where does your pinky go?
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Tried them on my G26, did not like. Might be my hand size (M), but I found it interfered with my grip, so I removed it. Ended up using a OEM 12 round mag for EDC, which worked very well on my G26.

No plans to use them on the P365.
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I like the way they look.

Where does your pinky go?
Underneath.
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I ordered a couple when they first were available, they are NOT Gap Industries quality, and never used them, now I have the XL grip on though.
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Gotta agree they aren't the quality of the old GAP plates. More pricey too.
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