ATI Schmeisser Gen 2 60 Round AR-15 Magazine - Quad Stack 5.56 NATO
The Gen 2 model features a steel reinforced back lip to prevent cracking.
Warning: The S60 uses a very powerful high tension follower spring. Use caution if disassembling for maintenance. If not properly secured, spring may eject from magazine when floor plate is removed and can cause serious injury.
- Only for use with .223/5.56
- Double the capacity without the bulk
- Quad stack design
- Patent pending follower design
- Glass reinforced polymer body
- Compatible with double magazine pouches
- Similar length to 40 round mags
- Made in Germany
American Tactical Inc. is a worldwide importer of firearms, ammunition and tactical equipment to the United States of America. While a relative newcomer to the firearms industry, ATI has established a reputation for many high-quality products.
Ratings & Reviews
by chuck -
All my other mags ProMag 40, 60 and a steel Surefeed 30 engage with the normal slap on the bottom and function perfectly. But these ATI Schmeisser 60 require a lot more pressure than normal. Empty or full you really gotta lean on them to get them to snap into place.
<br>I also bought the Maglula loader. I don't see how you could fill the ATI without the loader. The problem is, the loader puts a dent in every other casing. I wish I would have noticed this before loading 59 rounds in all three of the ATI mags I bought. Oh well.
<br>Anyway, I haven't been to the range with the ATI yet so I can't say how well work under actual shooting conditions.
<br>No complaints with Primary Arms. I've purchased most of my guns and supplies from PA and will continue to do so. 5 stars for PA. 1 star for ATI.
<br>Thank you for letting us know that you have resolved those issues and please let us know if we may help you with anything else.
tough to load but no problems functionally
I have several of these mags and i havent had a single misfeed, and that both suppressed and unsuppressed, and using both single fire and hard-reset trigger rates of fire. Loading them to capacity is near impossible without a loader though, so thats a pain, but its 60 rounds that is a whole pound less than the Magpul D60's and 12oz less than the Surefire 60's.
<br>Like all 60 round mags, finding a pouch that will fit them is an issue (that doesnt cost as much or more than the mag itself *coughsurefirecough*)