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Lancer Systems – One Piece Adaptive Magwell

adaptive magwell one-piece

Lancer Systems’ One Piece Adaptive Magwell is now available. Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, the Adaptive Magwell is an easily installed component which increases the diameter of the magwell and trigger guard area of the AR-15 platform.


With its funnel-like design, the Adaptive Magwell is engineered to significantly reduce load times for the user. It will fit on MilSpec 5.56 AR-pattern lower receivers and requires no tools to install. Additionally, it only adds 2.145 ounces to the total weight of the weapon.



9 Responses to “Lancer Systems – One Piece Adaptive Magwell”

  1. mike says:

    I hate to be a broken record, but does anyone know if this will work with Surefire 60rd magazines?

    • Hey Mike,
      Let me take a look tomorrow morning and I will let you know.
      Best Regards,

    • John Motimer says:

      Not sure, but should work with your Nerf gun magazines…

      Sorry, couldn’t resist.

    • Mike,
      You will be happy to know (and I am too) that yes, our 1 Piece Magwell is compatible with the Surefire 60rd mag.
      Best Regards,

      • mike says:


        Ordered some for the shop just in case. I’ve been searching for a magwell funnel that would accomodate them since they came out; it’s the first thing customers ask about the magwell funnels and grips, it seems. Thanks for checking it out for me, I’m super excited to add this to a few of my rifles and it’ll go great with the large pile of L5AWMs I’m loving!

  2. Weaver says:

    I like the use of the integral trigger guard to provide an increased trigger access with minimal modifications. Good thinking and engineering.

  3. Diddler says:

    Have an OG two piece that I was given for T&E. It is a pretty decent piece of kit.

    This looks like a good improvement if for no other reason than simplicity of installation.

  4. 79nickel says:

    It looks like the only attachment point is the trigger guard retainer? Is it possible that a good whack to the front of the unit would bend/break/detach it from the weapon?