Shifting the paradigm of how people view magazines for tactical rifles, Magpul and its line of PMAG magazines have popularized the modern polymer rifle magazine. Offering the dual benefits of greater strength and lighter weight, Magpul’s PMAGs have become the standard for many in not only 5.56mm series AR-pattern carbines and rifles but also with 7.62mm NATO-chambered variants.
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One of the newest additions to the PMAG line is the PMAG 25 LR/SR Gen M3, a 25-round magazine that brings a great deal of firepower to SR-25/M110-pattern 7.62mm NATO rifles. Made here in the U.S., the 25-rounder features transparent round-count windows on the side portions of the body and employs an anti-tilt follower for smooth and reliable feeding. Internally, the magazine features black-oxide-coated stainless steel springs, and the exterior of the magazine sports ribbed gripping surfaces and aggressive front and rear textures. The flared floorplate design offers the benefit of enhanced handling and extraction from magazine pouches as well as being removable for care and maintenance of the magazine. The included snap-on impact/dust cover helps protect the polymer magazine and its contents.
The PMAG 25 LR/SR Gen M3 is available for a wide range of 7.62mm NATO AR-pattern rifles, including the ArmaLite AR-10A, Bushmaster .308 ORC, Colt LE901-16S, DPMS LR308, JP Enterprises LRP-07, LaRue Tactical OBR, LMT LM8MWS, LWRCI REPR, Patriot Ordnance Factory P308, Ruger SR-762, Smith & Wesson M&P10, SIG716 and the Windham Weaponry SRC 308. For more information, visit magpul.com or call 877-462-4785.
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by Tactical-Life / Jan 8, 2015