We took some of our new brass GGI/TF VP9 competition basepads and cerakoted black. Used a countersink to to number each one. Looks great!This part was a collaborative project between Grayguns and Taylor Freelance. Adds an ounce of weight to the mag and a lip making it easier to strip a magazine from the gun. Check them out on our website!http://taylorfreelancestore.com/ggi-tf-hk-vp-9-40-competition-basepad-brass/#taylorfreelance#grayguns#vp9
TF just released a solid brass Canik +0. The golden glow of natural brass looks awesome, and they weigh enough to dampen recoil. You can’t use them for IDPA competition (too heavy), but at 2.7 ounces, they’re legal within the USPSA Production rules. You can get some here: http://taylorfreelancestore.com/canik-0-basepad-brass/
NEW PRODUCTION OPTION: TF’s “Speed Wedge” basepad adds 3.5 ounces of weight, lowering the balance point and absorbing recoil — all while staying “legal” within the NEW USPSA Production rules. Added weight helps the mag drop out cleanly during a reload and the squared-off profile makes the mag handle like a 140mm extension. It’d be a lot easier/cheaper for us to make a “normal” Production basepad, but this one handles like no other. The Speed Wedge lets you put reload force EXACTLY where you want it to go.
A shooter from a low-cap state showed up on Robin’s doorstep recently, asking for help with the 10-round mags for his PPQ M1 Classic. Thanks to intern Justin Eng, we’ve got a 3D-printed design that’s compatible with our “Overdrive” magwell. This was a custom job, but if you need basepads for your California-compliant PPQ M1 — message us! We’ve got the program ready.