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ASC AR-15 Magazine 5.56 NATO 30 Round Anti-Tilt Follower Aluminum Gray Finish

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Ammunition Storage Components .223 Rem / 5.56 NATO 30 Round AR-15 M4 Magazine, Anti-tilt Follower, Aluminum, Gray Moly "99" Finish. 
Total number of Reviews: 6

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5.0 5
"I got 4 of them, and they all work fine in my AR. Nice mag for a nice price!"
– Nate
1.0 5
"I bought one of these mags to try out for my latest build. I'm using a DPMS lower and the body of the mag is a good .010\" larger than my Mil-spec mags with green followers. I have to force the mag into the magwell and it won't drop when I hit the mag release. The anti-tilt follower still tilts and hangs up on a spot weld near the top of the mag and the follower does not seem of very high quality. I would not purchase any more of these, nor recommend them."
– Matterhorn
1.0 5
"Will not put this mag in my PWS lower again. 1st it will not lock in and actually falls out. Slam it in to get it to lock. Then it fails to feed every few rounds. About the 10th rd, the round got stuck and the mag got stuck. Had to remove the floor plate, spring, follower, and bullets out from the bottom before I could free everything. I used 2 Magpuls on the same day and they worked perfectly."
4.0 5
"These are pretty rough around the edges. Purchased four. Need some filing, but other than that, they load up well. Anti-tilt follower seems to work alright. Would buy more, but for ammo storage/SHTF."
– ZA_Survivalist
4.0 5
"I ordered six magazines. They work well with my M4 Bushmaster, and my Kel-Tec PLR-16. Fired 30 rds from each magazine with only one feeding problem. Some sharp edges but a file took care them. A good buy for the cost"
– 11B Grunt
1.0 5
"I bought a six pack of these mags just as extras. Finally decided to put them to use and decide if I wanted to buy more for storage. NOPE! These mags would need seat well, and every round would drag on the front of the mag and not feed. Every round! I took them home and decided to fill each mag, then pop each round out by hand (using another round to push with). Again, every round hung up.Pmags and other metal mags worked fine. Never buying these again.Do not recommend them to anybody."
– Carl, La Pine, OR