Taurus PT111 G2 and G2C Millennium 9mm grip extension by AdamsGrips Fits the double stack 12 round capacity magazines only. This item does not alter the weapon in any way but adds about 1 1/8 inch of grip for those of us that have large hands and own a compact pistol. These extensions do not add to the capacity of the magazine.
This item will NOT fit the Taurus G2s 9mm which is a single stack 7 round magazine
This item will replace the factory base plate on the magazine. You would need one for each magazine you want to extend.
Designed to fit stock mag only.
The added length of the grip extension is from the bottom of the gun not in addition to the original base plate.
Our products are NEW but do not include retail packaging
At AdamsGrips, all of our extensions can be changed with virtually no tools. You could install with a toothpick.
Our products are made from durable engineered plastic.
You are buying one grip extension, and nothing else.
Our grip extensions are made in black only with a matte finish.
Shipping is to USA ONLY. No International sales.
Here at AdamsGrips we currently manufacture Grip Extensions for many different models and we are adding new ones rapidly. Check my other listings for more models. If you do not see what you need, please let us know, we might be working on it. I will let you know what we can do for you.
All Indiana addresses will be charged sales tax..
We manufacture our own products in Otterbein Indiana USA
use some common sense here. Compressed springs are under great
pressure. Never disassemble your magazine while loaded with ammunition.
install, locate the access hole in the bottom of the base plate. This
is on the bottom of the magazine. Press upwards in that hole about 1/8
of an inch, this will release the internal lock plate. while holding the
lock plate up slide the base plate off toward the front of the magazine
carefully so the spring and lock plate do not fly out resulting in a
lost spring or worse. To install the new grip extension, press the
spring and lock plate back into the magazine and hold while sliding on
the new extension. You should hear a "snap" as the lock plate pops into
the hole in the extension. You are now finished and ready to use your
magazine. If you are uncomfortable with doing this procedure, you may
consult a local gun shop for assistance.
I assume no responsibility for your actions in performing this operation, you do this at your own risk. I will not compensate you for your errors.