Ammunition Storage Components 6.5 Grendel Magazine - 10 Round

SKU: 10-65-SS-BM-BL-ASC
MPN: 10-65-SS-BM-BL-ASC
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Ammunition Storage Components 6.5 Grendel Stainless Steel Magazine is a high quality, exceptionally reliable magazine designed specifically for the popular 6.5 Grendel cartridge. Manufactured entirely in the United States of America using 0.020 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 2.316" (+- .002"), making them ideal for handloads.

Specifications

BrandAmmunition Storage Components
Caliber Gauge6.5 Grendel
Magazine Capacity10
ManufacturerAmmunition Storage Components
PlatformAR-15 Magazines

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see www.p65warnings.ca.gov

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AMMUNITION STORAGE COMPONENTS 10-ROUND STAINLESS STEEL MAGAZINE 6.5 GRENDEL BLACK WITH BLUE FOLLOWER

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Yeah , I bought 2 of these. They work fine after they get broke in a little. At first ,when loaded full to 10 rounds, the first round is a little tough to get to chamber where its dragging on the feed lips. But after the sharp edges get worn down it feeds freely. Its only that very first round when full that seems to drag and have a hard time getting up into the chamber. It could've been a number of factors, it was a brand new rifle never fired so nothing was broken in and moving smoothly yet. I contribute that to part of it. Both magazines fed reliably after the first initial use.