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The Lancer L5AWM 30 Round 300BLK Rifle Magazine is the result of Lancer's desire to design a better magazine, one with the reliability of a traditional steel and the durability and weight of a modern day polymer mag.
The L5AWM's (L5 Advanced Warfighter Magazine) exclusive hybrid design includes a one-piece, wrap-around steel feed lip assembly and an aggressive surface texture to create the ultimate hybrid magazine tough enough for military, LE and commercial use. The L5AWM is compatible with modern weapon systems, including M4/M16/AR15, SCAR16, HK416, ARX160, SIG556, ARC, IWI Tavor, SA80, and many more.
Specifically engineered for use with heavy subsonic .300 Blackout ammunition (200+ grain), the Lancer L5AWM 300BLK magazine features an updated internal geometry which allows longer heavier cartridges to stack properly, increasing feeding reliability when compared to a traditional .223/5.56 magazine. The outside of the mag body is molded with distinctive .300 Blackout markings and the magazine ships with a contrasting flat dark earth floor plate for easy visual identification.
Designed, tooled, manufactured, and assembled in the USA.
- Weight: .3 lbs
- Dimensions: 1" x 3" x 8"
- Capacity: 30 Rounds
NOTE: These magazines have been specifically designed and optimized to alleviate the stacking and feeding issues commonly experienced when running 200+ grain subsonic .300BLK cartridges in standard .223/5.56 magazines. If you are shooting lightweight supersonic .300BLK ammunition (<150gr), we recommend using a standard .223/5.56 L5AWM magazine.
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov