Hardened steel feed lipsLightweight polymer bodyBroad weapon compatibilityAvailable in a variety of colorsImproved design provides trouble-free feeding
WELL BILT MAGAZINE, FDE COLOR MATCHS THE MAGPUL FDE STOCK AND HANDGUARD VERY WELL.
Reviewed by: BILL BURRUS from fLORIDA on 7/12/2014
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Long time Pmag user, wanted to try something new. The Lancer mags are very stout. Love the metal feed lips, no flex. Ran a few hundred rounds through my Daniel Defense V11 with zero problems. Going to run them in my next 3Gun match. If reliability holds up these will be my new mag! Love the fast shipping from TTLink!
Reviewed by: George from USA on 10/17/2016
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This is my second order after trying the first batch. Best magazines of all I have tried! The steel feed lips are the best idea! Will be replacing all my magazines over time, wish I had known about these before. The instant shipping is amazing.
Reviewed by: Bob from Virginia on 9/15/2016
Great magazine, solid construction. Will be buying more of these.
Reviewed by: Patrick from Illinois on 6/30/2016
The Lancer L5AWM 30 Rd mag is truly in my opinion one of the best mags out there..!! This and the Hexmags are 2 of the mags I use for my AR 15 and even though I love the fact that the colors that can be ordered separately for the hex to mark ammo in reality a silver sharpie on the L5AWM clearly and neatly will fill a box or to if you choose or any other coloring method and I don't have a need for 10 kinds of ammo of the same caliber so just to tell my 5.56 and 5.56 green tips Sparta at a moments notice if needed or perhaps not to grab wrong mag for rang but besides that which is easily done yourself and saving money in the process you end up with an incredible durable mag that my dad was over and as a marine and having fired TRUE SOLID MAGS he even said that it's basically just as strong and durable while a lot more comfortable in your hand and would choose those over what he used especially because they are lighter as well and he took some haha so if that's not a Stamp of Approval I don't know what is...
Reviewed by: John Guzzo from SiNY on 5/23/2016
Good mags, od green matches magpul od green metal feeding lips are great
Reviewed by: Brandon from Grand rapids MI on 3/9/2016
These are very sturdy, extremely well-made magazines, and I say this as a PMAG fan. I appreciate the metal feed lips, which really don't seem to add much to the weight. I use these as mags for my .300 blackout PWS, and they have not let me down so far. I recommend these.
Reviewed by: N. Reed from Charlottesville, VA on 3/14/2015
I was a little skeptical when I first received these mags, but after putting them through the test at the range, I definitely will be buying more. I love that they are a hybrid of metal and polymer, rounds are easy to feed into the lip, fits into my DPMS perfectly, they really add a nice look to my AR.
Reviewed by: Craig from Georgia on 2/15/2015
After being recommended by a colleague and extensive research carried out by myself I decided to buy 6 of these for my m4. I have tried just about every mag out there, including the infamous PMAG.
After using PMAGs for a few years I actually went back to the standard aluminium. I found I had to slap the PMAG on the bottom end for it to properly engage in the mag well, which is an unneeded extra split second on mag changes. The feed lips also have a tendency of cracking after some time.
Of course the standard aluminium has a host of weaknesses, so I was just using them temporarily while waiting for the Lancer mags to arrive (which they did in about a week to an APO which is pretty impressive).
This is what I like about the mags:
being mostly polymer they do not create the ting you get from aluminium;
they engage in the mag well without a slap;
they fall straight out when the weapon is held horizontally and the mag release is pressed;
the feed lips are hardened steel: I have not used it for long enough to vouch for the longevity but what I can say is they don't bend easily like the aluminium and I highly doubt they would crack nearly as readily as the polymer;
the bottom plate is flush with the rest of the mag which makes it more streamlined - lower profile especially if double stacked in pouches. I initially thought it would be harder to grip when removing from pouch without a protruding bottom plate but the aggressive texture on the mag housing alleviates this;
they feel just as light as the aluminium.
What I don't like:
Nothing. At this stage. Hopefully it stays that way
Reviewed by: Ivan from Middle East on 11/22/2014
Bought two of these for my .300 Blackout build. Great gripping surface for quick mag changes, very sturdy feel.
Reviewed by: Randy from Canton GA on 11/10/2014
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