Daniel Defense 5.56 AR-15 Magazine - 10 Round Limited - Black
This model is limited to 10 rounds for state compliance but maintains the standard length magazine body for magazine pouch compatibility.
Ratings & Reviews
Feels/looks great, jammed hard during 3-gun comp
Great texturing, ergo contour, very comparable size to standard 30rd mag. I was very happy at first impressions but during the Ft. Bening multigun it jammed up in my POF and I couldn't remove the mag, had to dump the rifle and get 7 FTE penalties. I will not use again during a comp.
Mags work great!! Great for Californians
The Boob that reviewed this below is very misinformed. First things first California is the last NON-free state! The mags work great for the price can't beat it.
Will hold ten rounds but says "32 ROUNDS" on the side
by Erik -
This magazine will only accept ten rounds, however on the side not featured in any of the photos, the case has "32 ROUNDS" molded into the side. Even though this item is technically legal in a 10-round limited state, good luck explaining that to cops. Not having to worry about getting bothered was the whole point of getting the thing in the first place.
Permanently fixed baseplate means no cleaning! Dont run in your good rifle
These magazines show nowhere in the description as having a permanently attached baseplate (as in glued with industrial strength adhesive). Being as they will sometimes be dropped in the dirt as well as collect brass and copper shavings inside I need to be able to clean them and this condition prevents this thus making them useless to me. The description of these expensive magazines should include this very important information as most people are not interested in having a permanently fixed baseplate in a $21 AR15 mag especially when some barrels cost nearly $500 and foreign debris entering the chamber via a dirty mag is never an option. Understandably a select few states require a permanently fixed baseplate; however my state - California - (the least free state there is) does not. Other than that it is a very robust magazine and looks to be as reliable as people claim. (Reason for two stars and not one)