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Magpul – PMAG10 7.62 AC Now Shipping

PMAG10 7.62 AC

A larger-capacity variant of the proven PMAG 5 7.62 AC, the PMAG 10 7.62 AC is a reliable and durable polymer magazine for .308 Winchester based family of cartridges.

  
Compatible with short action AICS-spec bottom metal to include the Bolt Action Magazine Well for the Hunter 700 Stock, the PMAG 10 7.62 AC brings additional capacity in an affordable and reliable package. Featuring Gen M3 technology, a paint-pen dot matrix for visual identification, and a flared base plate for positive control and ease of retrieval, the PMAG 10 7.62 AC sets a new standard for bolt action magazines.

Made in the USA.

FEATURES

·Compatible with short action AICS (Accuracy International Chassis Systems) pattern bottom metal and cartridges built on a 0.470″ case head such as 7.62×51/.308 Winchester, 7mm-08 Remington, 6.5mm Creedmoor, .260 Remington, .243 Winchester, and others*

·Accepts a cartridge overall length of up to 2.86″

·Next-generation impact and crush resistant polymer construction

·Self-lubricating follower for increased reliability

·Long life stainless steel spring

·Paint pen dot matrix panels on the bottom of the body to allow for identification marking

·Flared floorplate aids magazine handling and is easy to disassemble for maintenance

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5 Responses to “Magpul – PMAG10 7.62 AC Now Shipping”

  1. DSM says:

    They go through the effort of the dot matrix and they just scribble on the side. Chaos I say. Chaos.

  2. Hobbs says:

    I was contemplating getting a Ruger Gunsite Scout for my dad, but changed my mind to the Mossberg MVP after seeing the ridiculous prices on AICS-style mags. This…This may change my mind back again…

    • Big Daddy says:

      I tried both and bought the Ruger. As far as I know it is a Mauser type action. It seemed to be a better rifle all around. The Mossberg just felt cheap and the bolt was not as smooth or solid as the Ruger. Both had nice triggers though.

      I’m very happy that I passed on the Mossberg MVP and got a Ruger Gunsite. The gun is more accurate than I am. The only thing I am going to change is the muzzle device. Looking at a Precision Armament M4-72 severe duty brake.It won a shoot out at:
      http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2016/02/jeremy-s/308-muzzle-brake-test/

      I don’t want to spend a lot trying to find a brake. if this doesn’t work I’ll go with a BCM Gunfighter and call it a day.

      I just picked up a Magpul 5 round today, it locks up better than the Ruger metal mag. I’m just waiting for the 10 rounders.

  3. Jeb says:

    Have one of their 5 rnd AICS mags and look forward to this one if price point is not too significant. My steel AI mags are 86 bucks a piece. Contrary to any ball swallowing – some reputable LR shooters have mentioned problems with using these Magpul mags. Rather than drop knees and smoke sausage – I believe it is logical that custom built guns have tolerances intolerant of Magpul geometry. Since some on here chose to eat from my arse with a spork last time I mentioned reliability issues – I chose to buy one and see for myself. Price point is awesome!

  4. CWG says:

    I love you magpul, thanks for answering my prayers. I won’t get the use the 5rder I ordered until next month but if they run right I will buy a pile of these too.