1 - ProMag AR-15 42rd. Black Polymer Magazine

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  • Magazine Capacity 42
  • Ammo Caliber 5.56/.223 Rem
  • Firearms Platform AR-15
  • Manufacturer ProMag
  • Manufacturer SKU COLA16
  • Quantity 1
  • UPC Barcode 708279009273

This is a new ProMag AR-15 42rd. Black Polymer Magazine. This is a 42rd magazine for  AR-15 rifles chambered in .223/5.56x45mm. The magazine body and follower are constructed of a proprietary DuPont Zytel based polymer to ensure a long service life. The springs are made from heat treated Chrome-silicon wire for increased reliability and smooth feeding. Black polymer.

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    I've had 7 for the past 6 years take. Care of occasionally you need to get the spring some lube to retain its bounce these are excellent I've never had a misfeed from one promag nor my military friends we just let 84 reds rip through in a couple minutes from a magazine between my buddy RIP and I one of the last fun times I'll ever have with him due to a motorcycle accident rounds all stay in tight groupings and to be honest magul have far more issues I have a 25 rd promag magazine for my .40 never misfired and on my 1911 colt llama .45 I have a 20 rd promag magazine which I've never had an issue maybe on ur Ar to stop the silly jams my marine friend showed me this when you finish ur first magazinethe bolt stays open for a reason drop empty replace with full magazine then hit your bolt release if you baby your Ar-15 since they need to be cleaned quite well after every use or its relatively new most likely loading a full magazine and releasing the bolt
    You're gonna be golden these mags don't jam but maybe on an initial feed if ur using the charge handle honestly u should t touch that charge hand after the first time and don't release ur bolt lock until you have a full magazine locked in the energy from releasing that bolt will load ur first round and you should be able to go nonstop also make sure you're shooting .223 unless like the better ones state are 5.56/2.23 a 5.56 will ruin a .223 barrel unless it's meant to take both rounds don't put done the best quality and priced magazine over some BS reason ProMag is a. Very dependable company.

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    I Bought five of these...all five have feed issues....i guess i got what i paid for!!! Gonna try the Surefire.

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