Just to let you know that we have completed the machining of the PARA Aluminum Bases (fit in the box) and that they will be ready to ship next week
Is there some trick to installing these into the magazine bodies? Do I have to play with the screw on one end? They don't seem to want to go in easily.
Okay, I just needed a punch to push in the pin.
Last edited by Gatehouse; 02-24-2015 at 01:07 AM.
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Sorry for the late response! You got it! We just made new ones in silver and black....Also have wedge base pads, 140 base pads, 126 base pads and very soon CZ ones as well!
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I am wondering if you might have or have access to the aluminum base plates that are on the Sig X-Five .40/357 mags? Or both the mags and the base plates?
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Will these fit Canadian-made P14-45 mags from ~10 years ago - with two rectangular slots on the back and a single round hole on the front... the ones where you slide off the base plate then pull a plastic "hook" back to release the base ?
My understanding is that there are essentially 3 generations of Para hi-cap mags - two generations of CDN and a third made by Mec-Gar ? If so then I believe these would be "gen 2".
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