The Wilson Combat Multi-Caliber Polymer AR magazine has a unique follower and tube design that ensures superb function between 5.56 NATO, .223, 300 Blackout and 300 HAM'R ammunition.
This 30-round magazine allows you to easily switch back and forth between these calibers without any loss of feed reliability.
The durable, non-slip polymer tube, anti-tilt follower, and powerful spring results in a hard use, 30-round capacity AR-compatible magazine that will function reliably in the harshest field conditions.
The magazine floor plate is easily removed for deep cleaning of the tube, spring, and follower after high round count range sessions.
Note: Like all 30rd magazines designed for the AR15 platform we recommend that they be loaded with 28 rounds for ease of seating with the bolt closed, longest spring life and optimal function.
EXPORT RESTRICTIONS: These parts are a United States Munitions List (USML) item, Section 121.1, Category I(h) and is subject to ITAR requirements that can be found in Subchapter M, Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 120 through 130 (22CFR 120-130). A license from the US Department of State is required to Export these products.
NOTE: Not available for shipment to: CA, CO, CT, HI, MD, MA, NJ, NY or Washington DC and may be restricted in other local jurisdictions. It is the customer's responsibility to be aware of and abide by all applicable local laws. Check your local city, county and state laws before ordering.
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|Don't listen to the dude complaining about price, As with most things from WC, you get what you pay for. These mags feed better and load easier for my 300 HAMR than the all aluminum mags. I will probably stop buying magpul for my 223 to use these.|
|- Travis Kirk, TX|
|I'd be interested in trying one of these mags at a better price point. Not much technology and skill in pumping plastic mags out. Maybe at around $11-12? Don't mind paying extra for hand custom guns and parts especially when you make a better mousetrap. If you want to beat Lancer et al a full hybrid metal/plastic mag would be required.|
|- Henry Daigle, TX|