Mission First Tactical 10-Round Magazines

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posted on November 12, 2016
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Mission First Tactical now offers its MFT Mags in 10-round capacity for states that have seen the introduction of magazine-capacity limits over the last several years.

"Many of our customers in those states affected by firearms regulations asked for the MFT Mag because of its reputation for feeding excellence, durability and other tactical features," said David Edelman, vice president of Mission First Tactical. "Now, we have exactly what they have been waiting for: the same superior features of the original MFT Mag 30-round but in a compliant model."

The 10-round MFT Mags feature all of the original benefits of the standard 30-round magazines, including reinforced polyamide construction, stippled texture and low-profile front ribs. These magazines are compatible with tight double and triple magazine pouches. In addition, an oversized bolt-catch notch ensures that there will be functional bolt-catch clearance.

Despite the magazine's outward appearance, the interior of the magazine contains an internal limiter that prevents more than 10 rounds from being loaded into the magazine. In addition, the bottom of the magazine is permanently sealed and cannot be removed. A drain hole in the base of the magazine keeps it free from moisture build-up. a gray follower button on the floorplate indicates that it is a 10-round magazine.

The state-compliant 10-round MFT Mags are made in the USA and retail at a suggested price of $16.99.

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