Mission First Tactical 10-Round Polymer Magazine

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posted on July 28, 2015
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Whether you reside in an area that restricts magazine capacity, need something for prone shooting or just want to stretch your ammo budget, sometimes you want a smaller capacity magazine. Options are steadily growing, including some color options to match current furniture variations.

Mission First Tactical released its polymer AR-15 magazines earlier this year, and followed up with different color options shortly thereafter. Now available are 10-round versions of these popular polymer magazines (try saying that ten times fast!) for those wishing to save ammo or shoot from prone.

The 10-round magazines are constructed of the same tough polymer as the standard-capacity variant and maintain the same features. The floorplate contains dual release tabs, a matrix for marking magazines and drain holes. It is flared to facilitate rapid removal from carriers (or certain magazine wells), and the magazine features a stainless steel spring and four-way anti-tilt follower.

MSRP: $14.99.

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