Black 10-8 Performance magazine base pad

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$4.95
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Pad-G1-B
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Product Overview



Ever since the introduction of our extremely popular M&P base pads, customers have been clamoring for the same design concept to be brought to the Glock. These new pads are injection molded from glass reinforced nylon, and they are super tough and resistant to impact. Our pads fit and install the same as the factory floor plates, use the factory retainer plate (magazine insert), and no extra parts are required.

The 10-8 pad is slightly thicker than the factory pad, and features angled sides and front to allow for easy stripping of stuck magazines. The pads also feature a grooved front and scalloped sides for positive grip during manipulations. The bottom of the pad features our usual dimples for marking your magazines.

Fits Glock magazines for 9mm, .40 S&W, .357 Sig, .45 GAP. NOT compatible with early production non metal lined (Gen1) Glock magazines.

They are available in any color you like, as long as it is black.

Compatible with common magazine well setups, including the Sentinel Design mag well.

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  • 5
    Great replacement

    Posted by Job on 31st Jan 2022

    I’m using a zev pro magwell, which isn’t the largest out there, but the stock baseplates just aren’t enough. I’m trying to keep this whole setup low profile, since it’s a duty gun, and these base pads did just the trick. They’re large enough that I can grip them if the mag is stuck but doesn’t scream modification to my command staff. Plus you cannot best the price.

  • 5
    Ideal for use with a magwell

    Posted by dannyboy403 on 31st Jan 2022

    Great quality, deeper and a bit wider than standard plates. Lots of gripping surface if needed and work with my magpul magwell. Very satisfied.

  • 4
    Great but some minor fitment issues

    Posted by GST Workshop on 31st Jan 2022

    Change out the base plates to find that they did not seat all the way in my glock 19, it's a polymer 80 frame. These plates are taller, so I then took 2000 grit sand paper laid it down on flat surface and sanded the tops down until they matched the stock plates. They went to the range to make sure there were no issues, no issues they worked great after that. They are slightly larger so when you grab them they catch your fingers a bit more when drawing the mag. They are tough too so dropping them on the ground is no big deal, unlike aluminum base plates that just get beat up and scratched to hell.