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First off, my apologies in case this has been asked and answered previously, my search fu sucks on any forum.

I want to know if I send in my S2K 9mm (Glock frame version) and have Keltec replace my grip frame with the multi mag option version (along with the needed mag release parts and such)so I can use my CZ75 mags instead of glock mags.

I see there is a CZ75 release option for purchase, and with the multi mag grip frame....I am wondering......
https://www.keltecweapons.com/s2k-410-l-r-grip-1050

I know you guys might have an answer for me....I cannot always have phone call time at work.
 

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Assuming yours is a Gen 2 I believe you can do what you ask. If it's a Gen 1 you're stuck with it being a Glock version. As always though, confirmation from Kel-tec would be better.
 

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And thanks for the reply. At least I have hope this may work.
My only concern after scrolling through a couple of pages of topics and reading some is that the glock grips seem to fit and function better....and function is worth more than using my CZ75 mags....alas time will tell.
 

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I just converted my G19 version to the multi-mag/Beretta version on my own. It's way easier than you'd think. You have to buy the grip panels, the mag catch base and the mag catch kit for that model. It's a good idea to get at least one sear spring too because it'll go flying on you. Others talk about that as well.

Basically you take the castle nut off, use 2.5mm Allen wrenches to take the screws out, pry the right side panel off (keep the ejection side up through the process) and remove parts on by one, including the pins and directly transfer everything over from the old left side panel to the new left side panel.

The MCARBO target trigger video that's 28:41 long gives you a walk through for removing and installing the guts. Without that video I wouldn't have done it.

One thing it doesn't mention is a barbed stud in the front bottom of the mag well that has to be removed by pliers and tapped, or in my case, pressed in with pliers, to the new grip. That, aside from finding my sear spring after it went flying, were the hardest part.

For tools I used two 2.5mm Allen wrenches, the MCARBO armorers wrench for the castle nut and the clips on the safety, needle nose pliers and a screwdriver to pry with and a punch to help get the springs into position.

I made the change because the G19 grip, even with a grip extension was too small, plus I live in a ban state where pre-ban Glock mags are $80, and I already had a bunch of pre-ban Beretta mags.

Trust me, this was not a hard or frustrating process, and aside from searching for my sear spring, took about an hour. Cost was around $80.
 

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Functional? Well, tomorrow should be range day to test it out so I'll have to get back to you on that. The fit isn't as tight to the bottom of the grip. You can tell it's not as precisely designed to go together like the Glock versions.

As far as my hand grip goes, my pinky centers on the small gap between the baseplate and the grip. It's comfortable and works fine but doesn't fit as well as the G19 did.

If I lived in a free state without the 10rd restriction and the need to use pre-bans, I'd get the G17 version and be done with it.

If you try it and it doesn't work, maybe the parts would be returnable if there are no marks on them from installation.
 

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So far so good. I ran 8, 15 round mags through twice, so 240 rounds of the mystery ammo they were loaded with (it's name brand, I just forget what I put in them months ago) and then reloaded with Aguila 124 grain and PMC Bronze 115 grain.

No steel case and no defensive rounds yet. I'm never putting steel case into it but I'll try some Hornady critical defense eventually.

It all fed and ejected fine but yeah, the mags stick out the bottom and wiggle from side to side so It's unsettling.
 

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Thanks for your reply. I was wondering about the play within the mag well when it is a kind of one size fits all system....not that it is bad, just not able to be as tight as a purpose built magazine well.

Thanks again.
 
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