Mission First Tactical Introduces Extreme Duty 5.56 Polymer Magazine

The long glass fiber polymer construction of the new Mission First Tactical Extreme Duty 5.56 magazine provides strength, durability and stiffness.
Mission First Tactical Introduces Extreme Duty 5.56 Polymer Magazine

Mission First Tactical has added a new magazine to its lineup with the Extreme Duty 5.56 Polymer Magazine, designed for the AR-15/M4 platform but allowing for use with a wide range of non-AR-15/M4 platforms.

With the use of long glass fiber polymer, MFT has created a magazine that maintains its structural integrity even at elevated temperatures without any additional weight.

The Extreme Duty 5.56 magazine features a corrosion resistant USGI-Spec stainless steel spring and four-way, anti-tilt, self-lubricating follow to keep rounds aligned and feed consistently and reliably.

The front and rear of the gripping surface is ribbed for a positive grip, while a flared floor plate provides even more grip and improves handling for extraction and one-handed reloads. An oversized bolt-catch provides improved reliability of the bolt-catch operation and a paint dot matrix allows for easy marking and identification.

Available in Black and Scorched Dark Earth, the Extreme Duty 5.56 Polymer Magazine retails for $12.99.


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