1 - Korean KCI AR-15 .223/5.56mm 100rd. Drum Magazine Black Back


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1 - Korean KCI AR-15 .223/5.56mm 100rd. Drum Magazine Black Back Details

This is a Korean KCI AR-15 .223/5.56mm 100rd. Drum Magazine Black Back. New KCI 100rd drum magazine for AR15 .223/5.56mm rifles. This magazine can be pre-loaded and stored indefinitely. Rounds are fed alternately from each drum through the feed clip into the weapon, resulting in a fixed center of gravity during fire. Includes carrying pouch, loading tool (5 round speedloader), graphite lubricant, and instruction manual. This is a good quality, reliable magazine. Made in Korea. 

Materials: Filled thermoplastic; Non-corrosive steel; alloy

Ammunition: NATO standard 5.56mm, .223 caliber

Capacity: Variable, 1-100 rounds

Weight: 2.2lbs unloaded

Dimensions: 9.85" x 4.60" x 3.13"

  • Magazine Capacity
  • Ammo Caliber
    5.56/.223 Rem
  • Firearms Platform
  • Manufacturer
    Military Surplus
  • Manufacturer SKU
  • Quantity


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  • ☆☆☆☆☆

    posted on by marcoformby

    bought one of these for my wife so i wouldnt have to reload mags fore her if the SHTF. I shot it as fast or as slow as i wanted. it never jammed! i was very impressed and will buy another one. when i went to reload the drum after 15 rds the spring got stuck and wouldnt let the floor plate put pressure against the last round. i just kept pushing in rounds until it was full. i probably needed to put in some lubrication via the black graphite powder. its just new and needs to be used. it shot very impressive and i would buy another one and would recommend them to my friends. what else could you hope for whern the SHTF like its getting ready to.

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    posted on by Rich D

    Purchased as a novelty and just to have fun with.

    Unboxing had me covered in graphite. The packaging contained a storage bag, "speed loader" which only loads 5 rounds at a time, two tubes of graphite powder, and the mag.

    When unloaded, it seats in the magwell just fine. Loaded on the other hand, gives you some issues. I'm not sure if the mag catch on the mag was a little off, or if the mag catch in my S&W M&P15 couldn't handle the weight. It took a couple seatings and a good whack to make sure it was seated.

    I only fired about 20 rounds out of it, but I did load it to 100 rounds. no fail to feed or other issues.

    Great to have as a conversation piece. Cant wait to try it in a M4A3.

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    posted on by Don Arnold

    I really like this drum mag! It's well made and very balanced. It does take a bit to fill it but we're talking a 100 rounds! If you don't skimp on the graphite you'll have no issues. Wish I would've bought several more when they were on sale!

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    posted on by Mike Watson

    I own 2 of these, they work as they are supposed to, there is an instruction manual, as with anything mechanical it must be maintained.

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    posted on by Bill from Hastings Nebraska

    It jambed with half the ammo remaining in the drums... I had to take it apart and bullets flew out till the drums were empty lol!!!! had to refeed the dummy loads and apply graphite,,,then reload it. I haven't tried it out again but i hope it will feed ok.

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    posted on by Jam Debris

    First let me say the speedy processing and delivery of ATG.com is second to none. Kudos and much appreciated. Now... These drum mags are awesome. They slide and lock right into the magwell, function flawlessly, look super bad and at 1/3 the price of "the other guys" mags, it's a real deal! I have not had any issues whatsoever from these KCI mags. . Be Bad Ass, Buy 'Em!

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    posted on by Juan Acevedo

    100 rounds went bang, bang, and bang. No malfunctions at all. Nice toy for fun and expensive to feed for every range trip. Used Igman 5.56, 55 grains ammo.. Polymer lower and DPMS sportical upper worked fine. I wish I had mo money to feed the beast.

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    posted on by Erik Causey

    Bought this for "novelty" use. Took a while to fill the drum, and then took to the range. After firing approx 10 to 15 rounds max. (haven't counted leftover rounds yet) there was a failure to feed, and upon clearing the chamber I removed the mag and the rounds are now loose in the feed stack and just rattle around. Don't waste your money. Leftover rounds are covered in graphite which gets all over you and your clothes and work space. Very disappointed for the amount of $$$ spent thing should work for at least one full cycle.

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