The MagPul MOE PMag AR-15 Magazine is constructed from advanced polymers exhibiting superior impact resistance and light weight. The 10/30-round magazine features a constant curve interior profile for enhanced feeding of cartridges. An anti-tilt follower and high quality stainless steel spring ensure reliable feeding, while the textured magazine body and flared floorplate improve handling over conventional metal-bodied magazines. The Pmag is designed to lock into place reliably on a closed bolt with a full 10 rounds, unlike standard magazines which are generally down-loaded. The snap-on Impact Cover (Sold separately with MOE Pmags) protects the feed lips from impacts and debris while in storage or during transport, and allows fully loaded magazines to be stored long-term (over 1 year) without compromising the integrity of their feed lips. The design of the floor plate is simple to disassemble using the impact cover or an improvised punch for ease of cleaning and maintenance. Will accept all MagPul PMag accessories, such as Maritime Floor Plates and PMag Ranger Plates. Available in four molded-in colors: Black, Flat Dark Earth, Foliage Green and Olive Drab. Technical Information: 10/30 Configuration. 10 Round Magazine. Available in Black, Flat Dark Earth, Foliage Green and Olive Drab Anti-Tilt Follower and Stainless Steel Spring, Slim Body Ribs for snag free use in double and triple mag pouches Accepts PMag Ranger Plates and PMag Maritime Floor Plates Magpul PMAG 30 round 5.56mm magazine converted to hold only 10 rounds using our exclusive Magblock.
- Review by John
- Have seen the treatment of law abidding gun owners being turned into social outcasts and the men and women that make a living supplying the parts and other items being hurt by polotics that are just pushing their own agenda's to make them selves as better then those that need the jobs to continue living the American life. Your products are not the reason for this backlash, the elected no knowing are the problem, the 2nd. admendment is a right as is the right to work. (Posted on 2/18/2013)