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Canik TP9 SF/SFX +0 Basepad by Taylor Freelance

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Canik TP9 SF/SFX +0 Basepad by Taylor Freelance 

Add speed, confidence to your reloads!

The Canik +0 extension adds .85 ounces of weight to your magazine allowing for better drop-away performance, while adding the extra length needed to positively seat the magazine in the gun.

  • Fits the full-size SF/SFX, and the compact SF Elite/Elite Combat!
  • USPSA/IDPA legal. (Fits the box! Legal weight for SSP!)
  • "Mag Tracker" dot system helps you identify each magazine
  • CNC Machined in the US from bar stock

NOTE: Designed for the SF 18-round magazine. If you are putting this on a 20-round magazine, ask for our 3D-printed locking plate in the "special instructions" (the 20-rounder uses a unique locking plate that only works with the factory +2 basepad).

New!> Add a Grams Engineering spring/follower to get +1! Use the kit for the CZ small-frame Mec-Gar magazine (Grams part #FKCMG-11) You'll find it in our CZ section, here: = http://taylorfreelance.com/shopping/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5&products_id=229

Due to state department restrictions we cannot ship this part out of the United States without special permits.


Mixfllip installation/use review: https://youtu.be/x7GmpGcocFc

4 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by ron on Jul 17th 2020

    looks great and fit perfect couldn't be happier with the product and the fast shipping...

  • 5
    Just grabbed these

    Posted by Jared on Jun 16th 2020

    Awesome product. Adds just the right amount of weight to make the mag drop a little easier. Look great and high quality manufacturing! Will be back!

  • 5
    Excellent Product & Service

    Posted by K on Dec 27th 2019

    Fits and functions perfectly as expected. Adds enough weight to really speed up your mag changes when it matters. Simply a great quality product overall. Ben Stoeger Pro Shop was on point with an ultra fast deliver. Will purchase more soon.

  • 5
    Great Baseplates

    Posted by Tim on Sep 28th 2019

    These look awesome, supposedly fit in the box for those of you who are looking to replace the stock +2 baseplates that come with the Canik Tp9Sfx (though I haven't yet used them for competition), and give you enough realestate for pulling the mag out of your mag pouch under pressure.