Posted September 22, 2015 9:00 am by Comments

By Robert A. Sadowski


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<div data-cycle-hash="swso15-mags-blackdog" data-cycle-desc="Just plug this 50-round drum magazine into your Smith & Wesson M&P15-22 rifle and you're good to go. Made of a clear polycarbonate, glass-filled nylon, this drum magazine is durable, reliable and offers maximum firepower for your rimfire. The drum works best with Federal, CCI/Blazer and American Eagle round-nose bullets; it will not function reliably with hollow-point bullets. The MSRP is $80. " data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

<div data-cycle-hash="swso15-mags-beta" data-cycle-desc="The Beta C-Mag is a dual-drum magazine approved for use by NATO, and now the company offers a version specifically for 7.62mm FN SCAR 17 rifles. The drums are positioned on either side of the rifle so an operator can fire in the prone position. The 100-round magazine will adjust to the weapon's rate of fire, up to 1,500 rounds per minute. Constructed of thermoplastic material and non-corrosive metal alloys, the magazine weighs 5 pounds. The MSRP is $470." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

<div data-cycle-hash="swso15-mags-mwg" data-cycle-desc="MWG's 50-round 10/22 magazine is made of clear polymer so a user can instantly see their remaining ammo. It also uses steel feed lips for strength and reliability. The …read more

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