Ammunition Storage Components 7.62x39 AR Magazine - 10 Round
- Made from 410 Stainless Steel alloy
- Self-lubricating finish
- Designed for AR-15 pattern rifles that shoot 7.62x39mm
- Enhanced anti-tilt polymer follower
- Chrome silicon springs
- Powder coated matte black finish
- Stainless steel floor plate
Ammunition Storage Components, also known as ASC is a Connecticut based magazine manufacturing business and produces magazines from all the popular calibers like .223, 7.62, 9mm, 6.5 Grendel, and many more. They only use the highest quality aluminum and steel to build their mags so that you can rely on them in any situation. ASC utilizes cutting edge robotic manufacturing technology to provide a consistently quality product at affordable prices so your AR-15 will never run dry.
Ratings & Reviews
by Cone -
I bought 2 of these to try in my first AR47 build, along with 2 CPD ones. Construction looks good, nice finish. No failures to feed (Faxon 16" barrel in Aero Upper) in 160 rounds. As another reviewer noted, the springs were quite stiff when loading 8+ rounds, but did get better the more I used the magazine. Feeding was also a bit sluggish at first, possibly due to the spring, or maybe feed lips. The only reason I'm giving it 4 stars is that these drop out of one lower, but have to be pulled out of another, where the CPS ones fall free from both. Still, I'm happy with them.
by Mark -
Purchased this magazine and while getting the 30 rounds out for a range trip, found that I had already purchased a 10 round in the past. I use the 10 round mags when shooting from a bench rest. No problems with failure to feed using Brown Bear 123 grain HP ammo from either 10 round magazine or 30 round ASC magazines. My carbine build is a couple years old so I do not remember what brand of BCG or barrel. I have a Spikes upper and lower and buffer/spring. No problem loading 10 rounds by hand.
Springs a little tight
by Eleazar -
They look good and well manufactured. Started putting rounds in and at the 9th and 10th round it felt like i was pushing against a truck suspension spring in a 7.62x39 mag. Hopefully the spring loosens up a bit.
look nice, won't feed rounds when loaded full
by John -
Got 2 mags. If you put over 4 rounds of Poly Tula ammo in, they will FTF. Round nose just nose dives. Spring is very tight. Going try to load them up and keep for a few days to see if I can relax spring. Day at range was annoying, having to reload these so often. Would feed golden tiger lacquer coated ammo better, but still couldn't load 10 rounds w/out FTF. Hopefully they will break in some. Not happy right now.
by Mark from orlando
Got two of these and I love them. Worked flawlessly. Looks a little odd because they are shorty's but they work great.
Work flawlessly , for me
by LJS -
Newly built 7.62x39 AR. Not sure what brand mags to try. Price point was the deciding factor for first ones.
<br>Ran 20 rnds thru 2 mags today - flawless. Perfect fit in the lower, slide lock functions perfectly, ZERO feed issues - slow fire and rapid. Needless to say, I just ordered more.
Cartridges hang up on the magazine
by Leroy -
These mags are causing cartridges to not feed, cartridges are getting hung up on the magazine. The front part of the magazine does not appear to be cut out low enough to allow the cartridge to feed.
got two and both preform flawlessly with anderson 7.62x39 upper components.
by dennis ruple
I had 2 FTF's out of 50 rounds with this mag happening at the 3rd round, but I figured out why. Always make sure the rounds are to the back of the magazine. Every 3 rounds put in the mag, slap to the back. Somehow it needs a little more compensation for the taper, IMHO.
by Kenneth Gardner
by Marcelo Ramos
see my other 30 round mag review
by Louis Salazar
Sup far so good I put 100 rds through it and it worked great