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Ammunition Storage Components .308 Magazine - 10 Round

SKU: 10-308-SS-BM-B-ASC
MPN: 10-308-SS-BM-B-ASC
12 Reviews

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Ammunition Storage Components .308 Win / 7.62 NATO DPMS/SR-25 pattern magazine is a high quality, exceptionally reliable magazine designed specifically for the popular .308 Win cartridge. Manufactured entirely in the United States of America using 0.032 gauge 410 Stainless Steel Alloy using cutting edge robotic manufacturing techniques and finished with ASC's proprietary Marlube finish. Marlube is a wear-in coating that burnishes the surface and provides self-lubricating properties for further enhanced reliability. These quality magazines feature interior dimensions with an over-all length of 2.865" (+- .002"), making them ideal for handloads.

Note: Not compatible with Aero Precision M5 lowers

  • 10 round capacity
  • Stainless steel body
  • Marlube finish
  • Black follower
  • Great for hand loads
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BrandAmmunition Storage Components
Caliber Gauge.308 Win
Magazine Capacity10
Manufacturer.Ammunition Storage Components
PlatformAR-308/AR-10 Magazines
California Prop 65 warning

 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Ratings & Reviews

12 reviews


They do not work in DPMS lowers!

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I bought two and they will not lock in place with the bolt forward. With the bolt back they lock in place, but the bolt won't cycle forward. They sit to high in the lower. Same problem with both of them!

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Not happy, the rounds would jam, had to take them apart and rework them to get them to feed properly.