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Thermold AR-15/M-16 30 Round Magazine .223 Rem/5.56 NATO Zytel Nylon Matte Black

 
Thermold
M16AR1530
895389002024
57872
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Thermold is an aftermarket manufacturer of magazines for several types of popular modern firearms. This particular magazine is designed to work in conjunction with AR-15 platform rifles chambered in the popular .223 Remington/5.56mm NATO. The magazine is made from a durable Zytel Nylon which resists heat, dirt, and rust. These dent resistant magazines are self lubricating and non-corrosive due to their unique design.

Specifications and Features:
Thermold Magazines M16AR1530
.223 Remington / 5.56mm NATO
30 Rounds
Zytel Nylon
Matte Black

Fits:
AR-15/M-16 variants with a standard pattern magazine well

 

Item#: 57872
Total number of Reviews: 4

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5.0 5
"I bought two of these for my DPMS AR-15, both of them worked great at the range and I didn't have a single hiccup. Very light polymer mags A+ all around."
1.0 5
"Save your money these mags suck. I have 2 DPMS AR-15's and this mag functioned poorly on both. It did not drop free from either one. Feeding was an issue every coouple of rounds it would just not feed. Bad experience on the range. now I am using as a paperweight. Cant beat classic steel mags."
1.0 5
"The one star has nothing to do with CTD and all to do Thermold and how the Magazines where made and how the clean up was done after molding . There was a little bit of plastic that should've been removed at the factory. What it caused was the round on the left side to be to low to clear the side of the mag. I did fix it with a razor by shaving the piece of over pour off so the round can exit the magazine . I have other Thermold mags and they work great."
2.0 5
"Bought too and neither fit my AR-15. Slightly disappointed."