Magpul Enhanced AR Magazine Release
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- Machined from Mil-Spec anodized aluminum
- Two-piece construction for easy installation and reduced profile
- Provides larger contact surface for positive activation
- Compatible with most 5.56 and 7.62 pattern receivers
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Ratings & Reviews
Great product, but won't fit in Mega Arms Ambi lower
by Brian -
Terrific Magpul product, however, I had to return it and am posting so others dont run into the issue I did. This will not clear the magazine release fence on the billet Mega Arms Ambi lower reciever. That reciever has very tight clearance between the bottom of the fence under the ambi bolt release and the magazine release hole. Just enough clearance for a stock mag release button. The Magpul product has just a small overlap at the top and bottom, making it larger in "height" than a stock release button. This contacts the fence on the Mega lower reciever rendering un-installable. Make sure you have adequate clearance around all sides of the mag button if you want to try this product.
by Orlando -
Awesome and yes, it works with KNS pins! I have this release with KNS pins with NO issues.
Not for kns pins
by Joseph -
Will not work with kns anti rotation pins
A must have
by DOA -
Great extended mag release. Best one that I have used. Works great with Troy ambi mag release too. Great for shorter fingers or disabled shooters. Excellent ergonomics, easier and quicker to access. This is one of those parts that will be on all my builds. Another winner from Magpul.
A no go !
by tim -
1st magpul accessory i purchased that doesn't work well , binds when apllied not a smooth operating mag release !!!
Good kit but easier to bump
by DSM -
It's a simple product and it's from Magpul. The "but" is a big concern. My reasoning is the rib fences on an AR lower protect your mag release and the extended releases negate this. Your mag release is now easier to get to but it's also easier to bump and inadvertently drop your magazine.
<br>On a range plinker or run-n-gun gamer rifle it'd be just fine. On a duty gun, I've got cause for pause here. It's not an indictment, there's obviously a call for this type of equipment otherwise there wouldn't be so many. If they could get the button flush, to just below flush would be ideal, with the rib fences then I'd change my mind. As it is with a couple different mag catches it's just not happening.
<br>Bottomline, think about how you're going to use your rifle. If you intend to have a duty rifle, I'd wave off on this one. Anything else, have at it!