It seems that adding aftermarket magazine baseplate extensions is all the rage these days. More and more often, I see pics of kitted up pistols, often with silencers (super cool), red dot sights (also very cool), and almost always magazines with extended base pads. I can see using one of these for competition or maybe even duty carry, but I have to wonder: Do people routinely carry these on their CCW pieces? Maybe not as a primary, but as a reload/backup mag? It's been my experience that the pistol grip is the hardest part to conceal...I can only imagine an extended mag is even harder. Or maybe this trend doesn't apply to concealed carry? I'm not judging, I'm truly curious. After all, you can't have too much ammo (except maybe if you're swimming ). Why do you have (or don't have) extended mag baseplates?