Ammunition Storage Components 6.5 Grendel Magazine - 15 Round
- Made from 410 Stainless Steel alloy
- Self-lubricating finish
- Designed for AR-15 pattern rifles that shoot 6.5 Grendel
- 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.
Ratings & Reviews
by Tom -
Advertised as fifteen-round capacity, these accept a fifteenth round only if you have god-like hand strength. Function is otherwise okay. Contacted ASC, who was initially responsive, but didn't follow-up. Won't buy again.
No FTF's... Worked great!
by DarDar53 -
Yes, getting the 15th round loaded is tight but doable. So I just load 14 and it works great. I haven't had any failures to feed. Would buy another!
by EZ -
Worked flawless in Andersen upper/lower with Bear creek barrel/BCG (Franken Rifle)...fed good. Loading was as advertised...little stiff on the last round, but not bad...just as it should be. I prefer the shorter 15 round mag when given the choice ...and this fit the bill. (Less bullets in the mag means slower shooting...which is important when it comes to these expensive little buggers.)
by Sal -
I bought two of these magazines and so far I’m very happy with them. Both performed well on a PSA lower, no issues what so ever and rifle cycled every single bullet. Used hornady black and wolf ammo.
15 for the price of 10
by richard -
All i have been able to find are 10 and 5 rounders, so glad i tried these 15 rounders will be ordering more. Great product and price
by James -
I purchased 3 of these for a new 6.5 Grendel build. The cartridges seem to fit fine in the magazine until the 13th cartridge, approximately. At that point, the rims do not seem to align. After a few light smacks on the back of the magazine, they seat properly, but the last round is noticeably misaligned (does not point straight forward).
<br>1 of the magazines seems to work without any issues. Another of the magazines seems to work most of the time, but sometimes has a hangup on the 4th round. The final magazine works maybe 20% of the time, often because the bolt cannot strip the cartridge.
<br>They were cheap, but I would never count on these magazines when its important. Next time, I will try the more expensive (but higher rated) E-Lander magazines.