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Magpul – DAKA Suppressor Storage Pouches and DAKA Window Document Pouch Now Shipping

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

Magpul DAKA Suppressor Storage Pouches


Constructed the same as our original DAKA pouches, the newest models are size optimized for storage of firearm sound suppressors and their accessories. Rugged and easy to clean, they are ideal for storage or transport of your suppressor along with your NFA paperwork. Available in three sizes to accommodate rimfire through 7.62 rifle cans.

• Reinforced polymer fabric with anti-slip texture
• Welded construction creates permanent impenetrable seals
• YKK AquaGuard™ water repellant zipper
• 550 Paracord with heat shrink tubing for enhanced grip, even with gloves
• Paint pen dot matrix debossed into body for identification marking
• Not for use with hot suppressor
• Small pouch fits Rimfire
• Medium pouch fits 5.56
• Large pouch fits 7.62
• Made in the USA

Suppressor Pouch – Small


Suppressor Pouch – Medium


Suppressor Pouch – Large


Magpul DAKA Window Document Pouch

Constructed with a TPU side panel and top zipper to allow vertical insertion of documents. The fully sealed transparent window allows for easy viewing of the contents and also allows the user to manipulate any touch-screen devices inside.

• Reinforced polymer fabric with anti-slip texture
• Welded construction creates permanent impenetrable seals
• YKK AquaGuard™ water repellant zipper
• 550 Paracord zipper pull with heat shrink tubing for enhanced grip, even with gloves
• Paint pen dot matrix debossed into body for identification marking
• Window: Matte TPU
• Dimensions:13.6”x12.7”
• Made in the USA


Magpul Launches AKA KOA Apparel Line

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

To give back to the Recon community in an homage to Magpul’s history, we designed the AKA KOA line of apparel. AKA KOA is the nickname given to Alpha Company 3rd Recon Bn (USMC Hawaii) by its Commanding Officer, Kent Bradford, in the late 1980s. Loosely translated, it means “Shadow Warrior” in Hawaiian. While it was intended to symbolize the military capability of the unit, it fast became the call sign for Alpha Company’s other skill set, making the most of the Hawaiian island lifestyle during the off hours.

Kaneohe Short Sleeve

-55% cotton, 45% polyester
-Printed fabric with softening wash
-Pleated back and split side seam for movement
-Five-button shirt, with snap bottom button
-Magpul flag label on left side seam
-AKA KOA hangtag and packaging

MDS Short (Modern Dive Short)

-99% cotton, 1% spandex stretch twill
-Two button fly, with slotted buttons
-Drawcord through front of waistband for security
-Back right pocket with flap closure and drainage hole
-5 1/2” inseam
-Gusseted crotch
-Split side seam at bottom of leg for movement

Kaho’Olawe Boardshort

-98% polyester, 2% spandex
-Mesh pocket with interior key loop closure on right hip
-Split side seam at bottom of leg for movement
-Shaped, non-stretch waistband
-Quick dry, 4-way stretch fabric
-Velcro fly with drawstring closure
10” inseam
-Gusseted crotch
-Magpul logo heat transfer on left leg

USMC Reconnaissance Foundation

A portion of the proceeds from the AKA KOA Clothing line will go to the USMC Reconnaissance Foundation. The foundation provides assistance to wounded Reconnaissance Marines and Marine Reconnaissance families. For more information about the foundation, please visit www.reconfoundation.org.

Check the website for sizes and colors.


Magpul Releases Highly Anticipated USMC Issue PMAG 30 AR/M4 GEN M3 In Medium Coyote Tan For Commercial Sale

Friday, April 21st, 2017

Engineered to combine the unmatched performance of the PMAG 30 AR/M4 GEN M3 Window and the desired color for the U.S. Army’s Small Arms Weapons Neutral signature reduction program. The Medium Coyote Tan (MCT) PMAG carries forward all of the prior GEN M3 innovations to include our next-generation impact and crush resistant polymer, aggressive front and rear texture, an easily removable slim floor plate, a paint pen dot matrix for marking and identification, and a dust/impact cover as well as the Maglevel window to indicate capacity at a glance. The MCT mag utilizes a newly developed proprietary molding process to allow for desired colors while maintaining the absolute strength and performance of the black and sand materials previously available.

In addition, the MCT mag carries forward the existing GEN M3 5.56 feed geometry to ensure M855A1 feeds with greater reliability than other magazines and eliminates premature wear in the M4. M16, and M27 IAR. Now adopted as the official magazine of the United States Marine Corps.

Get your PMAG 30 AR/M4 GEN M3 Window at

Get your PMAG 30 AR/M4 GEN M3 at www.magpul.com/products/pmag-30-ar-m4-gen-m3



Magpul X-22 Backpacker Stock & Optic Mount

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

X-22 Backpacker Stock

The Magpul X-22 Backpacker stock takes the function of our full-size Hunter X-22 Takedown, and pares it down for ease of storage and transportation. Made for the Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifle, the X-22 Backpacker offers a minimalist solution for the hunter or outdoorsman who wants to transport their rifle in an efficient, convenient package without compromising shooting performance.

Constructed of a durable advanced polymer, the X-22 Backpacker features an ergonomic hand guard, optional QD sling mounting capability, integrated storage compartment in the grip, a hinged storage compartment in the stock capable of storing up to 3 spare 10rd magazines, a MOE SL non-slip rubber butt pad, and a unique locking interface to attach the barrel assembly to the receiver when being transported. Fits all Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifles as well as the Tactical Solutions SBX barrel.

-Drop-in design compatible with all factory Ruger 10/22 Takedown
-?Unique locking interface to attach the barrel assembly to the stock body when being transported
-Reinforced polymer construction for strength and durability
-Ergonomic hand guard
-Comes with interchangeable standard and “optic height” cheek risers
-Optional QD sling mounting capability
-Integrated storage compartment in the grip
-Hinged storage compartment in the stock capable of storing up to 3 spare 10rd magazines
-MOE SL nonslip rubber butt pad

X-22 Optic Mount

A solid, repeatable optic mounting platform for the Magpul Hunter X-22 Backpacker Stock. Made in U.S.A.

-Barrel mounted optic rail for the Magpul X-22 Backpacker Stock
-Barrel mounting helps retain zero between takedown and assembly
-Replaces factory barrel block
-Relief in 1913 Picatinny rail allows use of factory iron sights
-Intended for use with small red dot sights
-Machined from Mil-spec anodized aluminum


Magpul Hula Girl T-Shirt

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

Magpul has released their Hula Girl T-shirt in Men’s and Women’s styles.

A few years ago while outfitting the dashboard of our Volkswagen Bus, we decided to do what we do best. We took something awesome and made It better, which is how the Magpul Hula Girl was born. These shirts are inspired by Magpul’s take on the classic Hula Girl dash ornament. She’s packin’ heat and ridin’ dirty.

PMAG 10 Year Anniversary T-Shirt – Get It While It’s Hot

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

Way back in 2007 Magpul introduced their first PMAG. During the ensuing decade they’ve exapnded the line and placed millions in service with armed citizens, LE and military. This t-shirt, which first showed up at SHOT Show, comemorates the feat.

100% Ring Spun Cotton
Designed, Engineered, and Patterned by Magpul
Side Seam Cut-N-Sew construction
Printed in the USA
Small – 3XLarge


Magpul Developed a 60-Round Quad Magazine

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

Quad Mag Prototype, 60-Round Capacity 2009

Shortly after the introduction of the original PMAG, Magpul began working on increased capacity solutions. The “Quad” or “Coffin” mag concept never delivered the reliability in rough handling and adverse conditions that they require from their magazine products, and so the design never made it into production. Lessons learned during this program eventually fed into the D-60 program.

USSOCOM Selects M-Lok For Weapon Programs

Friday, March 31st, 2017


While we’ve heard rumors of a USSOCOM directed study by NSWC-Crane of weapon accessory attachment systems, we only recently came into possession of evidence of that study, conducted in 2016. We present to you the summary of the report, as it offers the most pertinent facts. However, we are not offering up the rest of the report, as it contains proprietary information regarding the Magpul M-Lok attachment as well as other, competing systems.


The summary states:


Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) conducted testing for the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) to evaluate modular rail systems and provide a recommendation based on the performance characteristics of each system. Modular rail systems were evaluated for repeatability, endurance, rough handling, drop testing, and static failure load. Where possible, handguards manufactured in different modular rail systems, but otherwise identical, were used as a basis for a comparative analysis. All tested modular rail systems showed to be adequate for securing accessories during cyclic loading through endurance and rough handling testing. However, distinct performance differences were observed from repeatability, drop test, and failure load analysis. Overall, test and evaluation demonstrated that the M-LOKTM modular rail system surpassed the performance results achieved by other modular rail systems. In repeatability testing, M-LOKTM allowed for the repeated installation of the same accessory rail in the same location on a handguard with an average point of aim (POA) shift of 1.3 MOA, as low as one quarter the average POA shift observed by other modular rail systems. Drop test results demonstrated that M-LOKTM systems maintain securement of accessories to the handguard and sustain less damage from impact forces than some other modular rail systems. Failure load testing demonstrated that M-LOKTM systems support the highest load of all modular rail systems tested. In fact, the test equipment used to interface with 1913 accessory rails secured with the respective modular rail system across testing repeatedly failed prior to failure of the M-LOKTM attachment system. Even so, testing of the M-LOKTM systems failed at loads as high as over three times the maximum failure load of some other modular rail systems. NSWC Crane recommended to USSOCOM that the M-LOKTM modular rail system be utilized over the alternative systems tested. USSOCOM has chosen to incorporate the M-LOKTM modular rail system in acquisition efforts including the Suppressed Upper Receiver Group (SURG) and Advanced Sniper Rifle (ASR).

Of additional note, the US Army directed H&K to integrate an M-LOK rail (designed by Geissele) on the new Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper System rifle which is an indication of wider Dod adoption of M-Lok.