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Mag M14 GI Spec .308 25 Rounds Star Marked Steel Magazine High Quality Steel Follower

 
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GIS25
MAG-359
MAG-359
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U.S. Military contract manufactured M14 magazines feature solid steel construction and are marked with the contractor's stamps. New, unissued condition with a dark parkerized finish. Your choice of either 20 or 25 round mag for 7.62 NATO/.308. GI quality at incredible bargain prices! Will work with Springfield M1A rifles.
25 Round, Marked with a star MAG-359
20 Round, Marked "W" MAG-356
 
Total number of Reviews: 14

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1.0 5
"I ordered 3 of these for my husband and they just didn't do the job. Only one worked right and he said all the rest were jamming. It took him awhile, but he was able to fix them up; he had to make some adjustments and put a new spring in. After a few days and a lot of tial and error, he was able to get them working well enough. For the price, I don't think it's worth the time. If they cheaper maybe spending the time would be worth it."
2.0 5
"I got this mag with some others i ordered here and this one didn't live up to its price tag. i got a couple of nose dives(not good). all in all, i had to spend time work on it, sand down the sharp bure on the font lip of the mag, spray dry-lub in the mag, take it apart and smooth out the ruff spots on the follower. after all that it seemed to work well.for all the work i had to do to it, it's not woth $18.If they droped the price to $11-$14, i might consider buying more."
5.0 5
"Well I was skeptical buying two of these mags because of the two other reviews. I wanted 25 round mags so I said why not. First impressions out of the package. New mag in excellent shape! Parkerized finish with thick metal walls. Took them to the range today and loaded them with some cheap ammo I got from Academy Sports and Outdoors. Fired like a champ with no malfunctions or jams. I will be buying more after today. I did not have to adjust anything like the previous reviewers nor did I have any problems. I would say their problems were from lack of experience or extremely cheap ammo. Happy Hunting."
4.0 5
"I bought 5 of these and tried them out on my SA fully loaded M1A. They worked just fine for me, loaded them full and had only one slight malfunction when I used the Russian made Silver Bear steel cased ammo. When I chambered the very first round with the Silver Bears (just the one time), the bolt failed to fully close into battery. I think this was due to the slight roughness of the steel cased ammo and not the magazine since it made it out of the mag and into the chamber with no dents on the round at all. After removing the stuck round and putting it back into the magazine again and rechambering it once again (this time making sure that I pulled the bolt all the way back and let 'er snap down closed hard) it fed properly. Every shot that I ran through these mags after that with either the steel cased ammo or brass cased never once jammed.I was concerned reading the few bad reviews here after I bought these (hoped that I wasn't burned in buying these), but now I'm not concerned at all since they have successfully fed 200+ rounds through my rifle so far with no other problems.I would buy these again."
1.0 5
"Absolutely awsome if you like picking up the mag after every shot assuming it feeds the round. A bud has a crappy chinese m14 and for some god awful reason it worked in his, we tried it in my springfield m21 and to no suprise it did not work. If you have the chinese clone it works great though so if you got one of them buy these up, but if u paid 4 grand like me for a springfield m21 or and springfield for that matter, guess what. Your gonna keep spending money on the 50-60 dollar springfiled mags. They got us goodd eh? haha"
4.0 5
"I was skeptical of these mags and then I read the first couple of reviews and decided to buy one just to see how well(or poorly) they worked. I'm not sure what happened to the negative reviewers but this mag works fine in my SOCOM 16. Loaded 25 rounds, shot 25 rounds, repeat 4 times and haven't had a problem with it. Maybe it is the ammo they are shooting or maybe the mags really are spotty and I just got a good one. I'll order a couple more to find out."
5.0 5
"This Magazine is good and functions well-do remember to tap the end of the magazine prior to use since the ammunition will not be positioned properly-never is! Drill Seargeant, always told the troops to tap the Mag 3 times on their helmet prior to inserting the mag into the Magazine well and locking in place-never load the magazine fully until the mag has been \"SEASONED\" from use-till then always be one round short of a \"FULL LOAD\"!"
5.0 5
"I have had great luck with these, I bought 6, oiled the springs and they functioned well, I am not sure what happened with the others who had problems. But they get a thumbs up from me."
5.0 5
"Have 12 of these mags, they work very well and have never failed."
4.0 5
"I bought 3 of these to try out. Ive tried the 30rd mags and they are usually sub standard, thin steel and poorly reliability. These 25 rd mags feed and cycle flawlessly!"
5.0 5
"I got 2 of these and at the same time ordered 2 20rd Pro-Mag magazines. The Pro-Mags functioned just fine but didn't seem to want to seat into the rifle that easy. While these 25 rounders here not only worked just as good, but also seated into the rifle with no problem. They were also way easier to load. I ordered another 2 of these."
1.0 5
"The magazine wouldn't feed properly in my Federal Ordnance M14, everytime I shot it, I thought it would cycle it but to no avail."
2.0 5
"I bought two of these for my M1A synthetic receiver. They loaded and dry-cycled ammunition just fine, but the problem came with actually seating the magazine. It's simply too wide for the receiver. This is a common problem with non-factory-brand magazines; I used a sanding wheel on a power drill to sand down the sides of the tops of the mags. When all the paint (and hopefully some of the metal) was shaved off, it fit slightly better, but I still have to give it a healthy smack to get it to lock in, and it's not supposed to be that way. I'm reluctant to go one step further and use a grinding wheel on them. I would suggest the Thermold plastic magazines for a far better fit."
1.0 5
"The mags don't feed and the follower jams up. And I haven't even fired a round with them yet. That's just when I was loading the mag. I loaded the mag then unloaded it by pushing the rounds out one at a time and as I did I kept having to hit the magazine to get it to push the next round up and a couple of times I have to poke a pen into it to get the follower un-stuck. I was using good military surplus ammo."