The easy answer is yes. it won't be cheap as it is fairly labor intensive when it comes to the mags. Anyone interested can email/PM me for details. I will get some pics up of the one I did. I just got a new camera I have to figure out how it works.Wilsoncreek said:So, Dan. Since you were the technical consultant you gonna offer this service?
The grip is simple... .but could you outline what you did with the magazine? How do you disassemble it?
Mags are the hard part. You need access to a welder. We had it all planned out and cut the mag on a mill leaving small tabs that were to be heated and bent for the baseplate to slide back onto. One side went fine but the other snapped off. We ended up just spot welding it back on. It doesn't look as clean but its strong and its holding up fine. If you're in a state that is limited to 10 rounds its really easy. Just use the factory 10 rounders that have the plastic bottoms. cut it with a saw and put a new basepad on it. I made a few of these for IDPA.
I'm sure I'm missing something but why not just chop the grip to the same size as a compact 9mm and use compact mags?
The goal here is to get a grip length somewhere between the compact and full size. Say about the length of the .45 compact. Some with large hands find the compact grip too short even with the pinky extension base plate. I have to say the .45 compact is the perfect size grip for me.