Learn about high-capacity gun mags... from Magpul PMAG 60 round drums to the Beta C-Mag 100 round drum. All of that and more at GunMags.com!
Learn about the difference between Magpul PMAG Gen M2, PMAG Gen M3, and other Polymer Rifle Mags
Metal vs Plastic gun mags? Which is better for your rifle or handgun? The biggest argument in favor of plastic vs metal is that a polymer ar mag can take a harder drop without losing its shape. But once it's cracked or broken, it's totally unusable. In contrast, an aluminum gun magazine will deform easier but it's possible to bend it back into shape.
Whether you're using a handgun or a sporting rifle like an AR, your gun magazine has four parts as follows; a spring, a spring follower, a body and a base.
Most people buying rifles wanted a magazine weapon, something they could "load on Sunday and shoot for the rest o the week "as the American Civil War joke had it. Learn about the 7 types of gun mags in this article from GunMags.com
California and other states have imposed restrictions on detachable magazine capacities. The most popular limit is on the AR-15 sporting rifle. The AR rifle was designed for a 30-round mag, yet many states consider a magazine with a capacity over ten rounds to be a threat to society. While we agree that this is ridiculous, intellectually lazy legislation, we provide a solution to freedom-loving, law-abiding gun owners with our 10/20 and 10/30 riveted and blocked gun mags.