I recently purchased an LCPII that came with an extended 7 round magazine which also provides a longer grip surface. It seems like the extra round is able to fit because of the grip extension that allows the mag spring to drop into it providing the extra room. Since the pistol also came with a Flush Floor Plate for the magazine as well, assumed this can replace the extended grip, providing a shorter grip profile and returning the mag to 6 rounds. However, the flush floor plate provided does not seem to mount properly and do the job. I have searched the internet and cannot find anyone explaining how this is intended to work or how to convert the magazine from extended to low profile. Am I missing an additional magazine component to do this? Maybe this is not the intention of Ruger, but then I am confused as why Ruger would provide the flush floor plate if I cannot use it. If anyone could explain this to me I would greatly appreciate it.