Pachmayr Magazine Base Pad 1911 Rubber Black Package of 5
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Gunsmithing Required: No, however if installing on a stainless steel magazine, it may be necessary to drill and tap holes in the baseplate and use 4-40 screws to retain pad. Stainless steel baseplates may be too hard for the self-tapping screws supplied with these pads to cut their own threads.
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