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C-Products Defense AR-15 .223 Rem/5.56 NATO Magazine, 10 Rounds

 
C Products Defense
1023041178CPD
766897410475
7-1023041
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C-Products Defense's .223 Remington/5.56 NATO magazines are constructed from a specially heat-treated 400 series stainless steel process to meet the needs of today's combat conditions. These magazines are extremely durable and dependable, and routinely outperform the MIL-SPEC aluminum magazines in almost every test.

This AR-15 magazine features an anti-tilt follower and increased interior dimensional room which enhances proper stacking of the rounds and dramatically reduces failure due to jams.

C Products Defense is one of the select few magazine manufacturers to use the technology of fully automated robotic welding stations. This allows them to control and monitor each magazine weld, ensuring each weld is dimensionally correct. A computer printout is available from every shift to verify the quality. Any weld not meeting the load specifications is immediately rejected.

Features and Specifications:
Caliber: .223 Remington/5.56mm NATO
Capacity: 10 Rounds
Material: 400 Series Stainless Steel
Follower: Anti-Tilt Orange Plastic
Spring: 17-7 Stainless Steel Wire
Finish: Black Matte
Made in the USA
 

Item#: 7-1023041
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"works great i got so i can use my AR on the bench without a long magazine getting in the way."
4.0 5
"These work well. Especially if you have the magwell grip. Not a whole lot of room to work with. I have the privilege of being limited to the (California)10 rounds. Free drop out ez change."
5.0 5
"Best 10-round mags I've tried yet. Closest to a USGI mag you can get in CA as far as I'm aware. I'm a big fan of the sturdy aluminium construction of these mags, and the strength of the spring (which helps with ejecting the spent mag, even with excessive dust in the magwell). - Riley"