Ammunition Storage Components .308 Magazine - 5 Round
Note: Not compatible with Aero Precision M5 lowers
- 5 round capacity
- Stainless steel body
- Marlube finish
- Black follower
- Great for hand loads
Ratings & Reviews
by Bill -
Holds 5 , seats on a closed bolt, feeds well , holds the bolt on the last shot and drops free smoothly . No issues .
needed dremel work
by Lewis -
Had to do major dremel work (about 2mm above mag release slot) in order for this to work in my LFA AR10. Once dremeled out it fed well and locked open bolt on empty, but the dremel work was unacceptable. Other mags have worked flawlessly.
Poor design, worse execution, avoid unless you plan to re-manufacture
by Scott -
I have never left a one-star review on any product before. I follow other positive reviews or just go on gut feel with respect to mfg companies and tend not to have many problems. Not this time. I bought two of these 5 rnd mags for hunting and neither would load or feed properly with any consistency. Undaunted I took both apart to clear the issues and was appalled at the lack of quality control in these mags. The insides are completely burred which looks to be the result of imperfections with the chemical coating process that go unpolished causing the cheap plastic follower to catch on the way down and on the way up. The insert at the bottom is also a disaster. It does not interlock with the spring in a reliable way so it sort of floats in the bottom causing additional problems. Poor design, worse execution. The worst magazine I have ever experienced, yes even worse than ProMag.
by Stephen -
Works great in my Palmetto State PA-10 for hunting. Highly recommended for hunting and bench shooting.
Great idea but not as good as it needs to be.
by Bill -
It is hard to find a 5 round mag for these rifles. Thanks to ASC for making this one. With that said, I believe that the spring is too long in these mags. I can hardly get five rounds into this magazine and the mag scores the case on every round I put into it. (Steel or Brass). I also experienced feed jams using this in my older Adams Arms 308 AR (Not the new P series.)