A firearm is only as good as its magazine. So, those looking for something tough and reliable should consider the Mission First Extreme Duty Magazine.
Mission First used long-glass fiber polymer to create this 30-round magazine. This new technology makes the magazine 50 percent stronger than glass-filled polymer magazines. Also, this magazine is three times more impact resistant than standard polymer magazines.
The Extreme Duty Polymer magazine features ribbed surfaces for an improved grip. Additionally, it comes with a USGI-spec stainless-steel spring, a four-way anti-tilt self-lubricating follower and an oversized bolt catch. This makes the magazines both tough and easy to use. It also makes them extremely reliable, which is the most important factor in a magazine.
Of course, the company designed this magazine for AR-15-style rifles. However, Mission First claims it is compatible with a “wide range of non-AR15/M4 platforms.”
Other interesting features include tool-less disassembly for cleaning, flared floor plate and an overall hardened design. In fact, polymer makes better magazines, with even sections of the military moving to polymer magazines. And, stronger polymer should make for a stronger magazine.
Even better, this magazine comes with a lifetime warranty and a very affordable price tag. In fact, it is only a few dollars more than the metal magazines many shooters consider to be the standard. It’s also available in two colors — black and scorched dark earth — so folks can have a little more choice.
Mission First Extreme Duty Magazine
- Next Generation Long Glass Fiber Polymer
- Enhanced Strength & Durability
- Ribbed front and rear gripping surface
- Long-life USGI-spec stainless steel spring
- Four-way anti-tilt self-lubricating follower
- Flared floor plate
- Oversized bolt catch
- Paint Pen dot matrix
- Tool-less disassembly with double floor plate safety release tabs
- Hardened Pad Printed Design
- MSRP: $12.99
For more information about the Mission First Extreme Duty Polymer Magazine, please visit missionfirsttactical.com.
By making it a bit larger, and adding a grip safety and charging supports, Smith...
by Garrett Lucas / Nov 27, 2018