While many companies who produce aftermarket parts will often make them only for more expensive weapon systems, Strike Industries disagrees with this approach. Known for functional and affordable parts, Strike Industries falls right in line with the Taurus approach. Adding to the value of an already high-value firearm, Strike Industries has just released the EMP for the Taurus G3.
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The Strike Industries Extended Magazine Plate for Taurus G3 was designed to provide smoother magazine reloading through a slow drag / no snag design while maintaining maximum magazine capacity. The Extended Magazine Plate (EMP) adds plus 5 9mm rounds to OEM Taurus magazines. Following the success of our EMP systems for pistols, the form factor and unique geometric design gives a unified and aggressive aesthetic look to your Taurus G3. Included is a steel locking plate which adds extra locking security. Give your Taurus pistol the extra rounds it deserves with the Strike Industries Extended Magazine Plate (EMP) for Taurus G3.
Strike Industries EMP Now For Taurus G3
The Extended Magazine Plate, or EMP, for the Taurus G3 adds five rounds of 9mm to your magazines. These are only compatible with OEM 15-round G3 magazines. Each EMP comes with a steel locking plate, providing added security to the mag to baseplate fit. They are made of impact-resistant polymer. The lines of the EMP are designed to fit the aesthetics of your G3 pistol.
- Length: 1.95″
- Width: 1.06″
- Height: 1.31″
- Weight: 1.10 oz
- MSRP: $21.95
If you’d like to maximize your G3 magazines, and these EMPs look like what you need, you can grab them right from the Strike Industries website. It seems that Strike is covering all the bases when it comes to magazine extensions. To quickly find out when they make one for your favorite gun, follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Be safe!