X-Five basepad for 15x9 & 12x.40 P226 mags, red

X-Five basepad for 15x9 & 12x.40 P226 mags, red
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Magazine basepad for SIG SAUER P226 and X-Five. All calibers.

Designed specifically for a flush fit with Sig 15-round (9mm) and 12-round (.40) magazines.

 

Material / color: red anodized aluminum.

 

X-Five style. This basepad has the same footprint as the X-Five basepad, allowing you to upgrade a standard SIG P226 15-round 9mm or 12-round .40 magazine to an X-Five style magazine.

 

Better looks. Most P226s come from the factory with magazine basepads that are not flush with the pistol - like fitting a nice sport car with plastic rims. This basepad is flush with the front of the P226 pistol frame as well as with the back of the magazine.

 

10-round mag cap: X-Five owners in areas with mag cap restrictions are often disappointed by the look of the mags that shipped with their X-Five. To address this, we offer pinned 10-round mags equipped with this basepad.

 

Magazine compatibility:

- This basepad is designed specifically for a flush fit with Sig P226 15-round 9mm or 12-round .40 magazines, commonly shipped with most P226 pistols.

- Mec-Gar 18-round and 20-round P226 magazines are compatible but will leave a 3-4mm gap between the base of the pistol and the basepad. We do offer other X-Five style basepad designed specifically for 18-round mags.

- The body of the Sig X-Five mag is compatible but the baseplate of a standard magazine floorplate must be attached to the spring.

- This basepad can NOT be assembled directly on Sig or Mec-Gar 10-round magazines.

 

This is not a capacity extension basepad. A 15-round mag equipped with this basepad remains a 15-round mag.

 

This basepad is not compatible with our CustomSpeed magwells. For use with our magwells please refer to our CustomSpeed basepads.

 

Assembly:

1. Take an empty magazine

2. Slide the original magazine basepad out (be careful not to let the spring jump out)

3. Slide the new magazine basepad over the magazine rails.