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MAKO E-Lander Steel .223/5.56 NATO AR-15 Mag 30 Rounds

 
Mako Group
EARM30 W
879015008703
MAG-0581
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  • DESCRIPTION
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Mako E-LANDER magazines are high performance, durable steel bodied magazines. These 30 round mags are perfect for the AR-15, M-16, M4 or any other platform.

Made in Israel for the Tavor, M16, and common small arms, the E-LANDER has been thoroughly tested by special military forces and anti-terror units. These magazines have proven to withstand severe combat conditions and meet spec ops requirements.

Backed by over six decades of experience the manufacturer has specialized in precision-stamped metal parts and tools with an uncompromising commitment to quality and reliability. A wide range of the manufacturer's products are exported worldwide to demanding customers.

Specifications and Features
High performance steel body - strong heavy-gauge steel
Tested by special military forces and anti-terror units
Fine resistance body coating, enduring up to 96 hours salt-spray test. This exceeds the military salt-spray test requirements.
State-of-the-art anti-tilt self-leveling follower. (colors vary)
Improved reinforced floorplate.
Manufacturer Number: EARM30 W 

Item#: MAG-0581
Total number of Reviews: 14

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3.0 5
"magazine is great but it takes ALOT of force to put it in and to lock into place. i have a smith and wesson m&p 15. next time ill stick with magpul pmags"
5.0 5
"This is the best quality magazine I have ever bought. Out of all my pmags, lancers, and TAPCO magazines, this one takes the top spot. I wish I would have picked up more when they were available."
5.0 5
"I bought this magazine to test beside my Pmags. As far as I can tell it feeds just fine no fail to feeds after 200 rounds. Fit perfectly in my Delton AR15. Will be buying more."
5.0 5
"Like it so well I am placing another order for three more. Flawless and very positive lock into my Del-Ton receiver. Perfect no slop fit, drops out text book perfect when mag release is depressed. Excellent metal workmanship and should last a long time."
5.0 5
"bought 12 mags, loaded 28 rds. in 6 of them. Ran 2 mags each in my Bushmaster, S&W M&P, and DPMS. No problems and I do like the coating on these."
4.0 5
"I bought 3 of these and put about 70 rounds on them with no problems. They feed well and drop out easily from the well. But, I have to take their word that they are 30 round mags because I'll be damned it I can get 30 into them. Maybe after I use them some more, the spring loosen up a bit."
5.0 5
"nice heavy magazine. I haven't fired tested it yet, but by the look and feel of the magazine, it will do well."
5.0 5
"First ar-15 magazines I have ever bought, work great and intend to buy more later this year."
4.0 5
"I ordered eight of these because it seemed a sin to own a AR15 and not have anything but POLY mags, so I looked around and found these mags to be interesting.Some of the things I saw on YT and I do not know what version MAGS were being used and I should say the mags I rcvd were new and in display packaging.Things I saw; Would not load 30 rounds, Would not seat (lock)in Magwell, would not lock with closed bolt, Mag release was extremely hard to depress with MAG in well. All of these faults I saw after I made my purchase, so it was disturbing.Things I know about the product I got: None of the above proved to be correct with the mags I got.The finish is fantastic, the operation worked perfectly with my CMMG AR15 lower. The price was very good and I consider these a very good option if your looking for quality NEW steel mags."
5.0 5
"These mags are my new favorites. Very sturdy, feed dependably, and the price can't be beat."
5.0 5
"I ordered theses magazines to try out after wanting a bullet proof, strong reliable mag. I was impressed by the strength and thickness of the steel and they compared favorably to the steel HK mags, but at a ridiculously low price for the quality. They take 30 rounds easily and the followers work as designed. I attempted drop test with one fully loaded onto concrete. Lost several rounds, but after 8 drops, some landing squarely on the feed lips, I was able to dust it off, top off the rounds and run a full magazine with no issues. Full pmag Gen 2 split after 6 drops, but still ran as well. Aluminum GI mags deformed on first drop and would not retain rounds after two drops onto the feed lips. I will be ordering more as I teach with an AR and will see how the hold up long term."
5.0 5
"I should have started with these mags first, I would have saved a ton of $$$The only draw back I can find with them after running 1k+ rounds...is that the mag is a little heavier than some P-mags. Not sure what the actual weight difference is but it is noticeable."
5.0 5
"I ordered 6 of these mags and wish i would have bought these earlier in the year. High quality and will be buying more soon. Highly recommend the mako E mag, fits perfectly in my olympic arms ar- 15. cycles great too!"
4.0 5
"This is my second E-Lander Mag. As with the last one it is extremely heavy duty. Made of steel and coated with a saltwater resistant paint. No-tilt follower and spring are solid as a rock. It is made in Israel so expect it to last a life time. I had no problems loading or feeding with this mag. Now the reason I didn't give it a \"5\" rating. It is steel so the lips don't move like aluminum and the magazine catch hold slot didn't fit at first. My other E-Lander mag didn't have this problem so maybe I just got a made on Friday mag? I removed my upper receiver and after about 4 tries it finally started to catch. After 12 inserts and removals I finally feel confident that it will hold whenever I insert it. My CAR-15 is 25 years old so my gun isn't the problem but I tried it in my newer STAG Arms M-4 and it wouldn't fit there as well (prior to my manual break-in exercise). I think the lips just had to bend a little and it wouldn't do it with the upper receiver installed. The only other down side is it weighs more and the paint is glossy so it could shine when you don't need it too if you are going to use it in a tactical setting. If you are looking for a heavy duty mag for an affordable price then I would recommend it."