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Canik TP9 SF/SFX +0 Basepad by Taylor Freelance

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Product Description

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: =

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


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  1. Excellent

    Posted by ron on Jul 17th 2020

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

  2. 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!

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

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