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Para Ordinance P14/Kimber BP10 II/BUL M5 mag extension

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Think it would be possible for someone to make one? I can send out a mag for modelling it.

Just designed. Tolerances may be tight as measurements are 1:1
2rnd, 5rnd, 10rnd,15 rnd and 20rnd.
I guess the only magazine springs that would be viable for the larger extensions would be this one:

5:50pm tested and resized the magazine extenders. .3mm gives a snug fit.

Para Ordinance P14/Kimber BP10 II/BUL M5 mag extensions +2

Very well done!

I may model the p14 magazine itself, unless someone else wants to take up the project. Right now I'm more into making a 1911 carbine that does not require any kind of OEM rail to be attached onto.

The slip on mag plate should be relatively easy. What it harder is the positioning and sizing for the upright that guides the follower for feeding the 2 extended rounds.
I have the P12, presuming the plates are the same in the P14 mags?
As WarHawk8080 says, It would be nice to see the Arredondo part from the top and rear to be able to see the positioning of the various features if anyone has any other pictures.

Let me take mine apart later today an I'll upload some pics. I'll take the pics with my micrometer in them so you know the correct size. The Arredondo extension uses the stock follower.
I own the Kimber BP TEN II. It uses the P14 mags. Can confirm that P12 mags DO NOT fit.

I own the Arredondo extender. Goal is to create a longer 45 ACP extender.


Something like this one.

When I moved out to Texas I also brought with me a few dozen 10 round mags as well, it would be cool if I could extend those out to 14, but not required.

pics, measurements?

Brian, count me in buddy ;)

I'd be willing to print and test fit it on a RIA double stack as well since they use Para format mags