First thing was to order some mag extensions for it. Taylor Freelance had what I needed and even though I find the concept and associated price of these kinds of things really annoying, I pretty much need them for competitive shooting. A few companies have done it but I don't understand why it is not more common for firearm manufacturers producing a game oriented pistol to offer the exact same magazines in 141.25mm length. Even if they were a little more expensive, they would almost have to be cheaper than buying a magazine, then buying a base pad that costs as much or more than the magazine itself. If it required a simple plastic sleeve to prevent over insertion then fine. FN recently did this with their 509 Tactical but in their infinite wisdom the magazines are not USPSA 141.25mm legal. Ignore the fact that FN is involved in the shooting sports - apparently their tactical division doesn't speak to their gamer division. The base pads look cool I guess so that's that. Double your mag cost to look cool.
|My Tanfoglio Stock III in its original finish and wood grips.|
|Pictured with my Zon Knives C-02 EDC.|
|A few shots of my homemade kydex gear.|