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Competition Magwell for 2011
Taran Tactical Innovations Competition Magazine Well for 2011 provides the ultimate in reloading performance for your pistol. CNCd from Stainless Steal right here in America, our one-piece push pin design offers premium performance without the irritation of a two piece design. Forward ergonomic relief cuts provide comfort, while a rather large underside funnel to help increases the speed and success of quick reloads. 2.2 ounces of stainless steel provides weight for balance.
- Stainless Steel 2.2oz quality craftsmanship to provide weight and help improve your reloads.
- One piece design removes the hassle of losing parts.
- Main Spring Housing Pin is included to secure the magwell to the firearm.
- Massive funnel increases the accuracy of reloads.
- Underside cuts allow for retention and functionality with all current basepad extensions.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 31st 2019
I’m picky about magwells, and I’ve used a ton of them. I don’t like magwells with scoop cutouts to accommodate large hands, or flares in the back to push your hand up. To me they get in the way. TTI and EGW both make 2011 magwells that are flat on the back, and they’re both good, but I like the TTI a little better because it’s steel instead of aluminum, and because it’s a little shallower, so you don’t trap your pinky if you try and seat the mag with a less than perfect grip on it, when used with his basepads as well. It may not be big enough for some, there is no doubt that there are bigger, more forgiving magwells out there, but the TTI is just big enough to help, and just small enough to not be noticeably felt while gripping the gun. A+
Great fit, great upgrade.
Posted by Patrick B. on Nov 22nd 2017
No surprise but this magwell ends up being three bears., just right for my 2011 for three gun. My stock 2011 Marauder comes with the "tactical" magwell. Occasionally the finger groves would occasionally catch the mag feed lips now and then during reloads.
With the TTI 2011 Magwell it does away with the finger groves. The size is just a bit bigger than the STI "tactical", also since it's made of steel it adds a bit of weight to the grip which gives the gun a balance that is improved over stock IMO. It is also the price is on point and may even be the lowest price point in the category.
Short of it actually shooting better for me, I can't really think of a way to make it better. Hence 5 stars.