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Mag M14 and M1A .308 10 Rounds High Quality Steel New in Wrapper with NSN Number Imported

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M14 M1A
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High-capacity magazine fits the M1A and M14 .308 rifle. 10 rounds capacity, just like the original GI magazine except this one is imported. Excellent quality steel construction with steel follower and Parkerized finish. 
Total number of Reviews: 6

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4.0 5
"I ordered one of these mags and one of the mag-354 in order to compare them. This magazine is of much higher quality and functioned flawlessly in my M-1A. This magazine is a much better value for this price."
5.0 5
"I purchased two of these and tried them out in my older Springfield M1A & a M14 clone I recently built early last year on a new Armscorp reciever. Both mags fit either rifle , snugly clicked right into place , & worked flawlessly in both rifles. If you need a 10 round mag that is quite well made, works really well, & won't break the bank then these will fill the bill nicely."
1.0 5
"I ordered 2 of these and was disappointed. They didn't hold commercial .308 cartridges well, the top cartridge kept popping out and misfeading, but the 7.62 cartridge fit snug. Also one corner of both seated too high in the magwell causing the bolt stop to be stuck in the open position. It took some pulling and wiggling to get it low enough to close the bolt. I got what I paid for and threw them away. Live and learn, fast shipping as always."
3.0 5
"CTD hasn't published my review of the MAG-3573, 10-round magazine, but the issue is same, same as I discussed in the MAG -3672 below, except the hole is .06\" too low. As promised my fellow M14 shooter tried this magazine in his weapon. Didn't work. However, he also identified the problem. The lug locking hole at the front of the magazine is cut approximate 1/32 to 1/16 of an inch too low (.045 specifically on the MAG-3572). Filing the top of the hole down about 1/32 will allow the magazine to seat. Still tight but works in his."
1.0 5
"these mags are junk. I ordered 2 and the first time trying them out they double fed or didn't hold the cartridges at all. the holding flap on both sheared on the 2nd and 3rd try. Don't waste your $, as cheap as they are, they won't last. They didn't in my M1a anyway. Ya get what ya pay for, fast shipping as usual."
5.0 5
"Ordered several of these magazines and have not had any problems. All feed well, no magazine related issues. Great product, great value. Will buy more when available in CTD's inventory."