XTech Tactical M&P9 +5 Magazine Extensions

Ray I.
by Ray I.

The folks at XTech Tactical recently released their new MTX +5 Magazine Extender kits for the full size Smith & Wesson M&P9 and M&P 2.0 pistols. XTech Tactical is known for their AR-15 pistol grips and their HK VP9 aftermarket magazines as well as their VP9 +5 Magazine Extensions.

As with their HK VP9 mag extensions, their new patent pending MTX M&P kits include a custom engineered spring as well as the extended baseplate. The included spring was designed specifically for use with the M&P and the kit is easy to install without the use of tools. The MTX mag extension kits work with the factory S&W magazine body and follower. They’re made in the USA and XTech Tactical claims they’re 100% reliable. Although I can’t vouch for that claim, does anyone here have experience with their HK VP9 kits?

The XTech Tactical MTX M&P9 +5 Magazine Extension retails for just $29.95 for a single kit while a two-pack retails for $49.95, which is a bit cheaper than some of the other options on the market. Check them out at www.xtechtactical.com.

Sorry CA, MA and NY, or anyone overseas, XTech Tactical can’t ship these to you.

Custom Engineered Spring
Innovative Design For 100% reliable function
Tool free, easy installation
Rugged Construction
Patent Pending
Made in USA
Magazine Body & Follower Not Included
Uses Factory Follower & Body

The Full-Size M&P9 and M&P9 2.0 +5 Magazine Extender is compatible with factory magazines and installs in seconds. Unlike other extenders on the market, The Patent Pending design of the MTX permits for a consistent internal wall throughout the extender, which is smaller than the magazine tube. The included spring was engineered specifically for the M&P9 line to allow for unmatched reliability and last round bolt hold open. XTech Tactical’s MTX line of extenders are simply unmatched for reliability, ease of installation, and durability!


Ray I.
Ray I.

Long time gun enthusiast, Sci-Fi nerd, Whiskey drinker, online marketer and blogger. My daily firearms musings can be found over at my gun blog ArmoryBlog.com and Instagram.Shoot me an email at ray.i@staff.thefirearmblog.com

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  • Matt B Matt B on Apr 27, 2018

    I'd rather just reload than:

    A: make my pistol more cumbersome

    B: increase the chances of a magazine related failure

  • D D on Apr 27, 2018

    I put three Taylor Freelance extended bases on my M&P. They come with a long spring. They have each run about 15 full cycles each so far flawlessly.

    I am somewhat concerned that the Xtech extension uses the factory spring and not longer one.

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    • D D on Apr 27, 2018

      @ray.i I sit corrected...perhaps. Another article on them stated that it used the factory spring