ODIN Works XMR 3 Extended Magazine Release - Black
The XMR 3 Extended Magazine Release design is inspired by the ODIN Works O2 Lite Rail. With the largest profile of the XMR line, this mag release is easily accessible by all shapes and sizes of hands and fingers. Release the magazine without changing grip or position while contoured texturing ensures a superior grip. Machined from billet 6061 aluminum, installation is simple and compatible with both AR-15 and AR-10 lower receivers.
NOTE: Compatible with Magpul B.A.D. Lever and KNS Anti-Rotation Pins.
- Drop-in installation
- Billet 6061 aluminum
- Anodized black
- Large surface area for quick magazine reloads
- Easy to reach
- Ergonomic design
- Weight: 0.1 oz
- Lifetime warranty
Ratings & Reviews
All around great product
Out of all the past brands iv used this is the best of the mag release hands down. When I first ordered this part it was on sell for around $10 so you can understand why I was a little sketched out at first ,but after the first mag drop I was more than satisfied. I have one on my community rifle that I use for first time shooters , it's fast it's smooth and you'll hit it every time.
Well made but flawed idea.
by Mud Brick
Part seems well made, however it will not work with any kind of anti-rotation pins installed. I tried to install this with the anti-rotation side bars installed and found I could no longer drop a magazine. Might be a good addition to a standard trigger, but won't work well with many drop-in style triggers.
Great but not a huge difference
by Matthew -
I recently put this on my 300 blackout build. It works well with no sticking or sizing issues (used an aero precision lower). Looks great, but as far as function, it doesn't add a while lot of difference. I have it 4 stars because it performs as advertised, I just haven't noticed a dramatic difference in the ability to drop a magazine.
Looks awesome, helps a little, but not as advertised
by Salty -
Pressing on the extended paddle torques the mag release so it sticks a little. To make sure it functions, you have to apply the pressure most of the way up to the normal release button anyway.