XTech Tactical launches MTX+5 Mag Extender for Smith & Wesson M&P

04/24/18 1:00 PM | by

XTech Tactical delivers its MTX Magazine Extension to the Smith & Wesson M&P platform. (Photo: XTech Tactical)

XTech Tactical adds to its series of MTX Magazine Extensions, debuting a new MTX specifically created for the Smith & Wesson M&P lineup.

The MTX is compatible with the M&P and full size M&P 2.0 in addition to Caracal Enhanced F pistols. Using reinforced polymers and a custom engineered stainless steel spring, the M&P version is crafted to offer a durable build with flawless feeding.

“The magazine extension uses military grade reinforced polymers, and the inner housing offers the patent pending ‘Leading Edge’ eliminating any catch point during the transfer from the extender into the magazine tube,” XTech Tactical said in a statement.

The MTX comes with the extender parts and spring. (Photo: XTech Tactical)

The MTX kit includes both the extender parts and spring and requires no additional tools for installation. All in all the MTX extender adds five rounds for 9mm and 4 rounds for .40 S&W.

The MTX M&P Magazine Extension retails for $29.95 with two packs available for just under $50. In addition to the new M&P goodies, XTech also announced 5-pack and 10-pack VP9/P30 9mm, full size magazines.

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