Description

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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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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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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