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Bushmaster AR-15 Magazine .223 Remington 5 Rounds

 
Bushmaster
F1001693
989851477777
17415
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  • DESCRIPTION
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Specifications and features:
Blocked to 5 rounds for use where hunting laws limit mag capacity
MIL-SPEC manufactured components
Hard-anodized aluminum box with baked Teflon finish
Standard green AR follower
Heavy black plastic base takes wear & tear
Cannot be disassembled
Guaranteed to fit & function in all AR-15 rifles

Cleaning instructions:
Clean with strong detergent & hot water
Blow dry with compressed air while depressing follower & spring
Relube when dry

For warranty/guarantee issues, contact:
Bushmaster Firearms, Inc.
P.O. Box 1479
999 Roosevelt Trail
Windham, ME 04062
800-883-6229, fax 207, 892-8068
customerservice@bushmaster.com 
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"Works great! Good for hunting and range trips so you don't blow through the ammo. Mine had a Bushmaster logo on the bottom."
5.0 5
"I only ordered one of these and I messed up doing so. Great little mag. Carrys the Bushmaster name on the floor plate. Should have ordered more than one. Good for the range and bench shooting. They are definitely worth the money."
2.0 5
"I took a chance and purchased two different five round mags to try on my .50 Beowulf upper and Sun Devil Mfg AR15 lower. A five round .223 mag holds two .50 Beowulf. This mag fit well, and I hand cycled rounds through it with no problem. At the range, the first round out worked fine but the second round failed to extract. I had to close the bolt with the forward assist and the round extracted when the bolt was pulled open. But the empty mag would not eject. It took me and a friend with his leatherman pliers to remove the magazine. I realize that most people have had to slightly modify a 223 mag to correctly feed a .50 Beowulf, and I made no adjustments to this or any other 223 mag and have had no failures. I'd say that if you use this mag for its intended round, it will probably work just fine."