From fixed stocks to the Megafin Featureless AR Grip, Strike Industries has been a friend to those trapped beyond rights-infringing borders. If you’re in a state that only allows 10 rounds in a magazine, quick reloads with short magazines can get frustrating. Introducing their own version of a 10/30, Strike is now shipping the 10 Round Strike AR-15 Magazine.
The Strike AR-15 Magazine (10 rounds) is a high-strength polymer .223 Remington/5.56 NATO AR-15/M4/M16 compatible magazine. With the “AccuRamp” first round feed tray design feature, keep your eyes on the target knowing that your reloads are ready to go. To ensure the last little bit of reliability, there is an included anti-tilt follower so even uneven pressure will not lock up this magazine no matter which hand you use. Anti-slip finger grooves on both sides of the magazine help give positive tactile control when inserting the magazine. Molded into the bottom of the magazine base plate, there is a channel made for magazine pouches with shock cord to help provide additional retention. The slick-profile design makes it easy insert and remove in a double or even triple stack magazine pouch setup. Made in the U.S.A. the Strike AR-15 Magazine (10 rounds) is an alternative option that should line the walls of your safe and gun bag.
10 Round Strike AR-15 Magazine
These are built with the same polymer body as the regular Strike Mag. The 10 round version uses a block to be sure the magazine only holds 10 cartridges. Visually simple but sharp, the magazines keep up with the Strike Industries look, making them perfect for a Strike build. The auto-eject function is still “coming soon”.
- Length: 9.45″
- WIDTH: 2.50″
- HEIGHT: 1″
- WEIGHT: 6.1 oz
DISCLAIMER: Magazine baseplate is PERMANENTLY sealed and cannot be readily modified.
These can be purchased directly from the Strike Industries website for $16.95. As irritating as the need for these magazines is, it’s always good to see companies like Strike continue to offer compliant parts to the people who need them. Make sure you also take a look at Strike’s Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook. Now load up and go have some fun!