Ammunition Storage Components .308 Magazine - 10 Round
Note: Not compatible with Aero Precision M5 lowers
- 10 round capacity
- Stainless steel body
- Marlube finish
- Black follower
- Great for hand loads
Ratings & Reviews
Paper weight only.
by Tim -
Magazine would not work in Aero M5 upper. Wouldn't even engage at all in the mag catch. Although the S@W M@P 10 magazine(which is the same mag just with M@P stamped on it) would seat and catch. Both were tight fits and inserting them in mag well shaved a lot of the mag coatings off. Followers not great either. I'm sticking to Magpul and Lancer from now on.
Built an LR308 and needed a magazine, I run Magpul mags in all of my ar15's and they work flawlessly, so a Magpul 10 round mag was my first option. It wouldn't feed but the first round, and would destroy all subsequent rounds with bolt overrides.
<br>I bought an ASC.308 to try and it works all the time! Not as pretty as a Magpul mag, but goes bang every time I pull the trigger!
ASC is reliable in Aero M5 308
I have one of these and they have feed fine for me, in an Aero M5 308 with Faxon barrel. I was surprised at the negative reviews because I have had no problems whatsoever through 100s of rounds. Probably at least 300+ rounds. I'm back to buy another one.
by Daniel -
Complete garbage they do not load in the rifle and fall off every time. Complete waist of money. They should not sell these here since we expect quality only.
by jeffery -
Bought 2 of these on sale, will not work in any of my rifles, fires one round and none of the others will feed without help plain junk guess you get what you pay for. glad i didn't order more or any in grendel too. Wish i could rate them lower than one star
Bought 2 of these because I needed something that fit the bill of DPMS/SR25 and neither would seat within the lower receiver(empty or loaded).
<br>Rifle used: PSA AR10 .308 Gen2
by MICHAEL -
Complete garbage. Spring is way too stiff for all 10 RDS. The lips scratch the heck out of all brass and nickle cases. That's extremely important for people who reload. Save your money and buy different mags.
<br>From PA : Springs on new magazines are often tight, especially on reduced capacity magazines. Loading and unloading them a few times should help. If they aren't working out for you, please get with us so we can take care of you.
Do yourself a favor. No!
by Richard -
One star because zero is not an option. Only positive thing I can say is they look good. I bought two on a flash sale. After removing from the package I noticed that the followers seemed to drag inside the magazine. Once loaded I tried manually feeding with my thumb, the cartridge moved forward about half the length of the lips and stuck. Went to the range, one mag wouldn’t even seat, the other one, out of 10 rounds only allowed a follow up shot once. Absolute garbage. Ten round pmag brand new out of the package ran absolutely flawlessly through the same rifle. These might be okay in an Armalite, I don’t know, but I don’t recommend for a DPMS pattern!
by James -
Well made steel magazine and very fast shipping thanks