MAGPUL PMAG 30 AR/M4 GEN M3, 5.56X45 MAGAZINE
MAGPUL PMAG 30RD 5.56MM MAGAZINE (WINDOW) GEN 2
MAGPUL PMAG GEN M3 5.56 20-ROUND SAND MAGAZINE
MAGPUL PMAG AR/M4 GEN M3 5.56 20 ROUND MAGAZINE
MAGPUL PMAG 5.56MM 10RD MAGAZINE GEN 3
MAGPUL PMAG 30 AR 300 BLK GEN M3 30 ROUND MAG
MAGPUL PMAG 30RD 5.56MM MAGAZINE (WINDOW) SAND
Hornady 223 Rem 55 gr TAP Urban Trade Ammo 20/Box
($0.60 / round)
Hornady 223 Rem 55 gr V-MAX Varmint Express 20/Box
($0.70 / round)
Federal XM193 5.56mm 55 gr FMJ 100 Round Value Pack
($0.35 / round)
IMI 5.56mm 62 gr M855 Penetrator Green Tip Ammo 20/Box
($0.36 / round)
Tula Ammo 223 Rem 55 gr FMJ Steel Case 20/Box
($0.24 / round)
IMI M193 5.56mm 55 gr FMJ 20/Box
($0.32 / round)
Hornady 223 Rem 55 gr FMJ/BT Brass Training 50/Box
($0.45 / round)
Hornady 223 Rem 53 gr V-Max Superformance Varmint 20/Box
($0.92 / round)
Federal XM855 5.56 62gr Mini Ammo Can 120 Rounds
($0.44 / round)
Federal XM855 5.56 62gr Stripper Clips Ammo Can 420 Rds
($0.43 / round)
Winchester 223 Rem 55 gr Ballistic Silvertip Ranger Trade Ammo 20/Box
($1.00 / round)
Federal XM193 5.56 55gr FMJ with Ammo Can 420 Rounds
($0.40 / round)
The Amend2 30 round magazine is a sturdy, reliable 5.56x45 NATO (.223 Remington) AR15/M4/M16 magazine made of advanced polymer material. It is a light and durable excellent alternative to the standard 30 round M4/M16 USGI aluminum magazine.
Price is for one (1) Amend2 30-round magazine.
These great looking mags engaged and locked easily into my AR. However, they did not drop freely out of the weapon when the mag release was activated. This was easily remedied by using a razor knife and fine sandpaper to remove the small ridge on the upper sides created during manufacture where the two sides are bonded together. A minor issue considering the great value.
Great product and service. I actually prefer these to the Magpul. Both quality mags. Amend2 mags cycle much better for me. Tougher than a 2 dollar steak.
To get the mag to fall completely out of the magazine well, they require smoothing out of the casting flanges where the two halves were joined together. You can use a razor knife and a little sandpaper on the portion that fits into the mag well. The mags will then drop freely from the weapon. Great mags, work great!
These are the same magazines that ATI uses in their 5.56 and 300 Blackout rifles and pistols when purchasing from them. They sell for almost $14 each on the ATI website. Great mags and an even better deal as these are very robust. I am buying at least ten.
I had to remove the casting flashing on the upper half of the mags with a razor knife and a little 120 grit sandpaper to allow the mags to fall free when released. Also, there is no way my fat fingers will depress the 2 for disassembly, you will need something like a key for this procedure.....not exactly tool-less. However, these are great mags and I would buy again and recommend to anyone! P.S. to Amend: How about making some for that AK47!