Hexmag Introduces AR-10 Rifle Magazine

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posted on December 9, 2016
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Hexmag added a new option to its line of AR magazines, one tailor-made for the AR-10 platform, which is commonly chambered in .308 Win.

“This new AR-10 magazine fills a neglected market space,” said Hexmag Marketing Director Dave Smith. “We did a lot of development and engineering to make a lightweight magazine with superior strength and functionality that is affordable.”

The new SR-25 Magazine feature the company's proprietary PolyHex2 composite construction along with a self-lubricating anti-tilt follower and the patented HexID color ID system. The magazine also features Hexmag's tool-less floor plate, which allows users to easily disassemble the magazine for easy emptying of rounds.

The suggested retail price on the SR-25 AR-10 magazine is $18.99.

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