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Magpul Releases New Products

Magpul has just released several new products including the PMAG 10 AR/M4 GEN M3, MS4 Dual-QD Sling, and the AR/M4 GEN M3 –5 and –10 limiters.

PMAG 10 AR/M4 GEN M3

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After several years stuck in development while we worked on the standard-capacity GEN M3 magazine technology, the PMAG 10 GEN M3 is finally shipping. The PMAG 10 AR/M4 GEN M3 is a 10-round 5.56×45 NATO (.223 Remington) polymer magazine for AR15/M4 compatible weapons. Incorporating new material technology and manufacturing processes for enhanced strength, durability, and reliability, the PMAG 10 provides next-generation performance for those needing lower profile magazines.

MS4 DUAL-QD SLING

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Filling the same mission requirement as the standard MS3 Sling, the MS4 can quickly switch between one-point and two-point configuration. The MS4 maintains webbing material construction and specifications identical to that of the standard MS3, but features a melonite-finished steel D-ring and two heavy-duty push-button QD sling swivels rather than the Magpul Paraclips. This modification allows compatibility with QD sling cups commonly found on lower receivers, receiver end plates, buttstocks, and many low-profile forward QD Sling mounts, including the Magpul RSA-QD.

PMAG AR/M4 GEN M3 MINUS 5 AND MINUS 10 ROUND LIMITERS

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The PMAG Round Limiters install in 10, 20, or 30 round GEN M3 magazines, reducing the magazine capacity by 5 or 10 rounds. Designed for sporting and hunting applications, installation of the Limiter is simple, tool-less, and requires no permanent modification of the magazine body.

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14 Responses to “Magpul Releases New Products”

  1. MiamiC70 says:

    I thought standard capacity for an AR platform .223 rifle was 30rnd!!!!

    • threeseven says:

      Where does it say that it isn’t? Infact, I would argue that the FIRST LINE actually makes it pretty clear they consider 30rd magazines to be standard capacity and the 10rd magazines to be limited capacity.

      “After several years stuck in development while we worked on the standard-capacity GEN M3 magazine technology, the PMAG 10 GEN M3 is finally shipping.”

      They were working on the 30s so the 10s went on the back-burner. I think SSD is getting to the point where it needs less exclamation points and more reading comprehension.

      • Bill says:

        I’ll admit it, I did misread it the first time and was confused. At first glance I thought they were saying 10 round mags were standard capacity. This baffled me, so on the re-read it made sense, just like you said.

  2. Bret says:

    I Am Still Waiting For The New Generation Windowed Magazines To Finally Be Available. DOes Anyone Know The Status Of These?

  3. Ben says:

    Now only if they would put the PDR into production.

  4. veteran says:

    Im still waiting for the 5round LR mag for hunting…

  5. Yanne says:

    I can’t wait for the ten round windowed!!!!!!

  6. Justin says:

    As much as I love Magpul, and don’t get me wrong it is a lot of love, with all of the mag ban plans out there, I would have liked to see them delay this until it was all over. It almost feels like they are giving in.

    • Haji says:

      They’re just making sure they’re first to market. Of all the companies in the fight, MP will be the last to “give in”.

    • DGR says:

      They had these in the works since SHOT, way before any of this ban talk. There is a legit demand for lower cap magazines for hunting and anytime you dont need 20-30rds, such as bench shooting. This is not a reaction, the timing just fell that way.

  7. Reverend says:

    Soooo these are ANTI-GUN STATE SAFE? Okay… No worries. the “bigboi” mags are still legal everywhere else… so far… call your representation, and pitch hell.

    • Alfred Ferrara says:

      Sorry Reverand, did you say “Anti-Gun State SAFE?” NOT the case if you live in NJ! We have a 15 round limit! NOBODY BUT THERMOLD makes a 15-round mag! Correct me if I’m wrong. As for the PMAGs, re-read that last quote:
      The PMAG Round Limiters install in 10, 20, or 30 round GEN M3 magazines, reducing the magazine capacity by 5 or 10 rounds. Designed for sporting and hunting applications, installation of the Limiter is simple, tool-less, and requires no permanent modification of the magazine body.
      … it says “requires no permanent modification!” In NJ vernacular, that means go to jail, go directly to jail, do not pass go; a lawyer cannot help you! Pick up your 15 year sentence at the door!
      If it isn’t “permanently” limited to 15 rounds, it doesn’t fly here! I am selling a LMT SOPMOD stock on eBay because local armorers refuse to “pin” it so it doesn’t collapse; another draconian law here. They say “it MIGHT COME LOOSE, we’ve seen it happen on that stock before.” So I bought a VLTOR EMOD and pinned it myself. DON’T COME TO NJ!

  8. huh says:

    thought they were gonna pack up shop and leave colorodo.