Armatac Industries, a Virginia-based magazine manufacturing company, is the first to develop a reliable and efficient 150 round magazine for the .223/5.56mm rifle.

The CL-MAG is Designed to fit NATO standard (STANAG-4179) rifles and quickly converts a rifleman with a standard M4 into automatic support personnel. The 150 rd magazines have been routinely emptied through the standard AR-15 setup without weapon failure. The flexibility of such force multiplication makes the CL-MAG™ the most dominant accessory for the AR/M4/M16 family of weapons.

The CL-MAG™ was designed to have the lowest operating drag due to friction. The ammunition is contained individually inside the drums on sprockets, each cartridge gets its own separate space, the ammunition is picked off the sprockets when they spin, not a typical high friction convergence found on cheaper designs. This is why our drums do not require graphite lubrication to work. The drum shell is designed to guide the cartridges with ridges and this also allows for the drum shell case to accumulate chamber residue from extended high volume usage.

WEIGHT– 3.95 lbs. dry: a fully loaded 150 round CL-MAG and an M4 are lighter than an unloaded M249.

DESIGN– Ammunition is contained individually inside the drum on sprockets, affording each cartridge its own separate space. Individual rounds are picked off the sprockets when they spin, unlike other dual drum designs with high friction convergence.

To be used in conjunction with 30-round magazine as a force multiplier.

The CL-MAG external shell is constructed of durable aircraft quality aluminum. Internal components are comprised of lightweight polymers. Surface lubrication and durability is achieved with a hard anodized finish. These factors contribute to give the CL-MAG outstanding performance never seen before in high capacity magazine devices.


When installed in the rifle, the CL-MAG is the exact vertical height of a standard M-16/AR-15 30-round magazine.

The CL-MAG can replace some of the M249 belt-fed weapons with a lighter, high-volume firing automatic rifle that is a better logistical fit within military units.

Patents Pending, MSRP $997.00

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