Samson Manufacturing grows its M&P, M&P 2.0 accessory

Samson Manufacturing offers a new magazine extension for Smith & Wesson M&P pistols. (Photo: Samson MFG)

Samson Manufacturing expands its lineup of accessories, adding the M&P Contour Magazine Extension to its Smith & Wesson offerings.

The M&P Contour Magazine Extension boosts magazine capacity by three rounds for 9mm M&P and M&P 2.0 models. The magazine extension works with the pistol’s existing factory spring to help with malfunction clearing and one handed manipulations.

Samson Manufacturing says the mag extension was carefully crafted with the help of industry professionals to ensure it provided the best performance possible.

“Our Carry Contour magazine extensions have been designed with input from professional instructors in the firearms training industry,” Tim Mulverhill, Samson’s Chief Operating Officer, said in a news release. “Every cut and contour represent a functional detail that will keep you in the fight, unlike other base pads and extensions that only have cosmetic detailing whose only purpose is to lighten your wallet.”

For now, the M&P Contour Magazine Extension is only available for 9mm models though a .40-caliber version is currently in the works. The M&P Contour Magazine Extension is available through Samson Manufacturing and is priced at $29.99.

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