Magpul PMAG 30 300 Blackout Gen M3 Magazine - Black
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Optimized for 300 AAC Blackout, the PMAG 30 AR 300 B retains all the GEN M3 features adding a distinct rib design and smoother upper texture to set them apart from other PMAGs for quick visual and tactile identification. This AR mag is easy to disassemble and clean for regular maintenance and won't fail you in the field.
- Dedicated 300 Blackout magazine
- Impact and crush resistant polymer construction
- Optimized internal geometry for 300 BLK
- Anti-tilt, self-lubricating follower
- Long life USGI-SPEC stainless steel spring
- Over-travel insertion stop
- Distinct rib design and smoother upper texture for easy identification
- Aggressive front and rear texture
- Paint pen dot matrix panels
- Flared floorplate
- Pop-off impact/dust cover
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Ratings & Reviews
by Joel -
Love these! No feeding problems whatsoever. Definitely recommend this for. 300 aac.
by FLIPMODE -
Great mags cycle perfect finally an actual mag made for .300 blackout
by George -
Never really had a lot of problems with 223 mags. Some small problems like feeding to mag capacity. I like the ease of loading and unloading. Magpul does it again, too bad they don’t make 7.62. I am sure they would work as well as RZE and be lighter on the wallet...
Worth it! 'nother nice product from Magpul
by Jason -
Great magazines. Execellent quality, nice looking, smooth functioning.
by Francisco -
Fixed a friend of mines feeding issues on his AR
Great product...now I just wish they would make a 20rd version.
by John -
Had feeding issue with an AR of mine using 220gr Subsonic loads. Using Lancer and standard 5.56 Magpul mags I could only load about 3 in the mag, any more and I would have feeding issues. I tried one of these mags out of curiosity...compared to a standard 5.56 Pmag there doesn't appear to be much difference...a small follower change that to the eye did not appear to change the bullets' orientation. Well, I loaded up more than 10 in the magazine and tried it...seems to work perfectly now. Maybe the small changes Magpul made did the trick.
If I can rate more stars I would.
by Emmanuel -
Don't even bother modifying a normal pmag, these are worth the price for its specific caliber. Looks and feels different. If you're OCD like I am you'll end up getting these just because they say 300 blackout.