I need 5 round magazines for hunting with my AR's.
Bought a couple of Thermold ones and they were junk. Wouldn't feed, and when loading the 5th round the whole stack would come shooting out sometimes.
I also want them for shooting off the bench, so a 10 rounder would do, I'll just make a plug for them.
Anyone have any they have found to be reliable?
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I use the Magpul 10-round magazines frequently and never had any problems—even with 300 Blackout ammunition.
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AZ used to have that dumb law. What I did was take a couple of Colt 8 rdrs and put 3 wood dowels about the same thickness of a 556 rd in the bottom under the spring. Viola, 5 rd mags.
Stag has them: here Pricey!
JG also has some here
And gunmagwarehouse has a listing here
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Same here -- but have used them only with 223 ammo.
I often use the 10-round Magpuls when I want to shoot an AR-15 like a precision rifle -- slow rate of fire, attempting to hit each steel target with only one round.
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FWIW, Brownells has their house brand mags on sale.
Same here; I've used the 10 rounds with 5 round Magpul limiters and they work well in my 5.56 bolt gun.
Another good experience with Magpul 10s.
I have Lancers and Magpul's. Some 10's. some blocked to 5 for hunting. I prefer the Lancers (just ordered two more last night int fact)
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I like the Magpul 10 round mags as well. I have an old Colt 10 round that looks like it's been through three wars, but it still works like new.
I have had good luck with Lancers.
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Magpul 10 round on the bench. They fall free and can be inserted without twisting the rifle on the bipod. The 20s Arent bad either. I see guys struggling with 30s on the bench while shooting 5 round strings of fire. I usually let them borrow a 10 rounder. They soon order a couple of them.
I thought somebody made a follower that would make a 5 rounder out of a ten. Maybe I am mistaken.
TCB all the time...
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I bought two 5- rounders back in the early 2000s direct from the factory. They have worked great.
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The Lancer 10 rounders work great.
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I have quite a few Magpul 10 rounders that work just fine, and 1 Surefeed 10 rounder it has also been flawless.
The 10 rounders work great while on the bench.
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the only mags I have that aren't 30+ rounders are Lancers. theyre great mags, but a bit more money than the magpul.
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I use Magpul or Lancer
But then of course I might be a 13 year old girl who reads alot of gun magazines, so feel free to disregard anything I post.
Just order some Lancers or Pmags and be done with it.
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I have the Magupl 10 round mag for use on the bench, and I like it. Much more convenient than a 30 for working on zeroing and accuracy practice from a bag.
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FWIW, Brownells' had some options on sale yesterday.
Another vote for Lancer. Mine are 20s, but very happy with them.
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