The Best Choice Magazine For Hard-Hitting AR Calibers
The Duramag Stainless Steel 5-Round Magazine – SR25/.308 Winchester/7.62 NATO magazines are designed to withstand the abuse inherent of SR25 .308 rounds due to it’s large and violent nature. It’s made from a single piece of laser-welded 410 Stainless Steel and protected with T-360- applied coating for extreme durability.
Best Option For Precision Shooters
Duramag Stainless Steel 5-Round Magazine – SR25 is a magazine that can truly withstand any harsh conditions and tested to work for a long period of time. It’s the best option for precision shooters to enjoy an incredible amount of load length for their long-range shooting while knowing that their magazine will also feed as fast as needed, every time.
The Duramag SR25 pattern magazine is also the best choice for Military units across the world designed for heavy full-auto use with extreme reliability and durability on any occasion.
- Caliber: .308 Winchester/7.62 NATO
- Capacity: 5 Rounds
- Body Material: 410 series stainless steel
- Spring Material: 17-7 Stainless Steel Wire
- Follower Material: Polymer
- Follower Color: Black
- 17-7 Stainless Steel Wire Spring
- Anti-Tilt Follower
- Finish: Matte Black
- Knights SR-25
- Armalite AR-10A
- Similar pattern .308 AR rifles
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Doesn’t fit my AR 10. Slides in and out and doesn’t lock in so can’t be used.
So sorry to hear about the issue, JB. We sent you an email to resolve the issue.