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Mag M14 and M1A.308 20 Rounds Black Phosphate National Magazine

 
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M-14
874375003160
MAG-350
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Steel magazine fits M-14 and M1A rifles, holds 20 Rounds of .308 ammo, black phosphate coated. Steel follower. 
Total number of Reviews: 13

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2.0 5
"Unfortunately not the best working magazine, but one that will work so long as you are not in a life/death situation. Problems encountered include failure to feed causing nothing to go in chamber, failure to engage making it so that it engages the bolt stop, and sporatic release of rounds which ends up severely damaging brass."
2.0 5
"this magazine is of decent quality, but my M-14 Supermatch didnt like the taste, and failed to feed/load 70% of the time. I tried adjusting the follower and even filed down some rough edges around the feed lips, but to no avail. in the end it found its way to the trash, and there it will stay. i would highly recomend factory mags, but there soooo god d*** expensive!!!!! nearly $50 a pop! outrageous!!"
4.0 5
"Like Mr. Chuckles mentioned factory magazines are very expensive. However I bought five of these and spent a bit of time (about 5 minutes each) taking off rough spots and adjust the feed lips where they ought to be and they work just fine. I really like that they are phosphate coated and not blued ( I hate blued M1A magazines). Worth the price? Maybe but when you are on a fixed income you do what you have to too survive."
2.0 5
"Magazines are affordable but don't depend on them in a life or death situation. The magazine causes malfunctions in the firearm such as; not feeding correctly or not at all and damages the existing brass in the magazine. Modification is required, if possible. Break out the checkbook...go FACTORY!"
3.0 5
"Basically with these mags you need to take them apart and check everything. What I have found on one mag was astounding.The spring was 4\" too long and was inserte upside-down AND backwards into the mag. Also the follower stop needing to be trimmer and finally I had to adjust the feed lips. After that it was good to go.If you like tinkering - it's part of the fun - but if you're looking for out of the box perfection, these aren't it."
1.0 5
"The mags were a very good price for a reason. My brand new m1a would not pick up the rounds out 4 of the 5 mags I purchased. On two of the mags when the action cycled,the mags in question would push out 2 to3 rounds of ammo. Maybe the springs are to tight in the mags or the stamping is not right at the top of the mags. I tested with less ammo in the mags and with the same result."
2.0 5
"i got 2 of these with 2 \"GI specs\"(which worked well), you can definitely tell the difference. that Stazi guy was right about the springs being upside down and backwards, but i thought the length of the springs were just as long as my CMI brand mags. so i fixed the spring problem, sprayed the inside with dry-lube and then started on adjusting the feed lips. one was double feeding and one wasn't feeding at all, so i put a few rounds in put it next to my CMI mag to use as a reference, bust out some pliers and got everything where it should be. I filled the mag full and just cycled the rounds through in my M1A by hand to make sue it fed right. took some trial and error but i got them working. took them out for a test fire and surprisingly they fried smooth and held up well.so if you got about a half hr. to kill...sure why not, but i wouldn't pay more than $10 for it."
1.0 5
"Do not buy this mag. Poorly made, misfed several times even bent a couple of rounds. The follower doesn't appear to be made correctly. Too bad I can't get my money back."
1.0 5
"Wow bought one to try out and I'm glad I only bought one. thinking about using it for a target it is not worth much else. Too bad they don't list negitive bullet rating because it would score -2."
2.0 5
"I read all the reviews before ordering 4 Mags, so I knew what to expect. The springs are about 2 inches to long, the mag tips need to be bent a little bit and the out side needs to be sanded down in a few places to make a clean fit, but for $9 you get what you pay for. These are a cheap easy alternitive to $30 factory mags and they work at least 90% of the time. I fired 40 rnds through 2 mags and only had 1 rnd kick out while firing. If you can't afford the factory mags and just go plinking these are a great buy!"
1.0 5
"To be honest with you these magazines don't work properly. the block on the back of the mag don't fit correctly, and will not lock into the receiver. Not worth buying in my opinion."
1.0 5
"I have bought several mags in my 50 years of buying and every time I try to save a little money and go with a national mag they just don't work at all. I have noyhing to say good about any of nationals mags!! Buyer beware"
1.0 5
"I saw the price and I jumped on the deal. Comparing this price to the factory magazines was a no brainer. That is until I tried to shoot my brand new M1A loaded Springfield. I paid too much for the gun to get these results out of this gun I thought. Then I decided to try my factory mag and there were no problems. Do Not Buy. Waste of money"