The SureFire MAG5-60 High-Capacity 60 Round Magazine for 5.56x45mm (.223 Remington) ammunition is compatible with M4/M16/AR15 variants and other firearms that accept standard STANAG 4179 magazines. Constructed from MIL-SPEC hard-anodized aluminum, it feeds smoothly and reliably due to optimal geometry, non-binding coil springs and ingenious nesting polymer followers. It requires no lubricants and can be easily disassembled without tools for cleaning.
SureFire High Capacity Magazines provide distinct tactical advantages: increased initial firepower in ambush situations; fewer reloads in a fire fight; fast and easy magazine insertion, even with a closed bolt; less bulk compared to drum magazines, enabling a normal weapon grip. The 60-round magazine, slightly thinner than two 30-round magazines clipped together and about the same overall length, fits in most dual magazine pouches, eliminating special carry pouches required for drum magazines.
- MIL-SPEC hard-anodized Aluminum construction
- Compatible with all weapons that accept standard STANAG 4179 compliant magazines
- Easily seated in weapon with bolt forward
- May be kept fully loaded for extended periods without spring fatigue
- Only 1.66" thick, less that two 30-round magazines clipped together
- Approximately the same length as two 30-round magazines clipped together
- Fits in most dual-mag pouches
- Made in the USA
COLOR: Brushed Aluminum
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