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Wield 51+1 rounds from your Glock pistol-caliber carbine! Unprecedented strength: rigid design absorbs abuse and hard knocks. Quick-release base allows for easy cleaning (without taking the mag apart) "Sword-like" grip provides positive control when inserting -- you won't slip in a critical moment! Includes custom super-length spring.
Because of a combination of factors, Taylor Freelance build their basepads slightly "short" for best reliability. As a result, they will run properly with ammunition loaded to 1.125" overall or less. That's a typical length for 115- and 124-grain loads, but some (notably, Winchester 115 RN) will go out all the way to 1.160". HINT: If your extension will take 35 rounds and then becomes unreliable (or sticks), check the length of your ammunition!
SKU TF-Goliath
Product Type AR Pistol accessory
Manufacturer Taylor Freelance

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Never underestimate your need for capacity in a gun battle.

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Some people just have too much money! FYI, Not a deal, same price at 4 top google search links. The first one being $69.99 @ the manufacturers own site http://taylorfreelancestore.com/goliath-glock-plus-20-basepad-black/

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Why not just ETS or KCI mags that are 31/35 rounders an you end up with 4 maybe 5 for the price of one of these

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It's well build and runs reliably. Much more comfortable than a drum to run. It costs money for reliable equipment. If you want cheap shit don't complain when it fails.

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How do they justify this price tag?

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With stuff like this you can't just think about material and production cost. You are also paying for the research and development. Then you have to factor in that there is not much competition and that there are people willing to pay this price. Personally I am not one of them but I understand the cost.

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I'm sure they'll use some excuse about machining time on the CNC or something. That's usually it.

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Actually no.
50 round glock drums are about $40 bucks right now.

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Honestly, i would pay $70 for a 50 round mag though. But not $70 plus $30 for the magazine too.

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I would guess it's more for the people who already have a G18 mag.

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Newp

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