No need to “graft” it on, the base plates are easily removable, so you can swap a finger-rest plate for a flat plate all day long. Incidentally, this should be a routine operation for everybody because cleaning magazines requires removal of the base plate to access the spring and follower, as well as interior walls of the magazine body.I don’t know if you can buy a finger rest and graft it onto an existing magazine?
That would be the most cost effective option. Otherwise Legacy Collectibles has one for $350.Cliff', how about painting a black finger rest?
I should have asked this before I posted earlier but are you looking for a pre-1945 finger rest or post war ? That's going to make a big difference in price.Does anyone know where an original (or for that matter reproduction) brown finger rest can be found?
Not entirely. If a pistol of any era becomes separated from its original magazine its nice to find a replacement of the same vintage.I can only assume that the Nazi memorabilia collector thing is what is driving the high price on the website?
Krylon "Fusion" paint bonds directly to plastics. No primer needed.Never heard of fusion. Paint? Anyway, I would rather keep things original whenever possible. (Reproductions are ok if that is the only option out there) I have always wondered why no one has ever produced a reproduction.