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This is a Hexmag Series 2 10-round (restricted) 30-round magazine for AR-15 rifles in .223 Rem/5.56mm

Constructed from a durable, patented composite with self-lubricating followers and heat-treated stainless steel springs, these Hexmag AR-15 magazines are on the cutting edge of combat-ready.

Sentry’s Hexmag magazines are some of the strongest, most versatile and most dependable options on the market today. Featuring patented Hexture surface design for superior handling, torture-tested and incorporating the industry’s first integrated ammo ID system, HexMags raise the bar for polymer AR-15 mags.

The magazine features the Hexmag® patented Tool-Less Design for fast and easy floorplate removal allowing field cleaning and HexID® color customization. Incorporates popular and functional accessories including Hexmag® Grip Tape and Hexmag® HexID Color Ammunition Identification System.

Delivering superior reliability and durability at a price that’s hard to beat, these full-sized 10-round magazines are perfect for training days and target practice.

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Love these Hexmags, QC must have gotten better as I ran a little over a hundred rounds through a mag the day I got them in and they ran really well. No flexing at the lips like my magpuls and the hex design is great with my gloves

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Don’t always listen to the internet, I have many of these hex mags and they all work really. Find out what works best in YOUR gun. Not what some guy on the internet has said about THEIR gun. If it makes you feel better to spend the money on lancer, BCM, Magpul...go for it. All great mags. In fact yes HEXMAGS are the absolute worst, do not deplete their inventory.

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for this price I would buy Troy Battle mags or Amend2 mags. Hell Id probably buy Tapco Mags over these crappers. Junk.
IMO Troy battle mags are an excellent value. I own many of them and they work very well and are tough as nails.

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Lol 10 rds?! What am I supposed to do with that lol

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Cr@p company. I got three of the first generation 10/30 mags in different colors ODG/FDE/Black to try out on my AR builds. After 3 range trips, two of the mags have splits in middle causing double feeds and random spitting of ammo out when the magazine is loaded on the bench. The polymer, especially around the feed lip is no where good as the PMAGs.

Contacted the company and they want photos of the problem AND I have to send in the damaged mags for inspection before they send out what is supposed to be "Lifetime Warranty" mags.

I don't think I'm going to waste anymore money on this company and advise you all the same. I was just starting out with AR's so I didn't know any better. So far PMAG's have been solid in my builds and my friend's stock rifles.

On the forums, supposedly the owner of the company tried to eliminate history of his brother contribution to the company. His brother was the developer/designer.

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2016/11/15/breaking-hexmag-caught-erasing-magazines-designer-official-company-history-tfb-exclusive/...

If the CEO can do this to his family, think of what he'll do to his customers.

STAY AWAY!

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agreed, I'd buy Troy Battlemags over these POS's... Magpul is the bees knees, and so is Lancers, but for budget mags I woudl go with SEVERAL other companies than the Hexmags

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Hexmags suck. 3 AR and none will work with them. BCG gets stuck trying to load from them. If you drench them in lube then they will somewhat feed. Problem is the shape inside allows the bullets to slightly wedge together instead of staying in a stacked arrangement.

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Junk

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I've had problems with Hexmag as well. A mag will fit in two mil spec rifles and then the third it won't latch. I removed the mag catches and inspected but see no issue; swap the catches and the problem follows the catch. (This is one out of 4 rifles). I ran out of time that day and haven't finished goofing with that problem.
Another issue multiple times is when using a Hexmag for the first time is it won't feed, even has caused a smashed damaged bullet, then it's fine after that. I still have a few brand new mags and plan to debur them before trying them to see if it cures the new feed problems, it is obviously a friction issue. These mags are not perfect. I chose them because they were a good price on commie 10/30's that are not glued or riveted, they simply have the wrong spring in them with a spacer. A mil spec spring repairs it for use in a free land.

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They will not lock in place and if they do happen to, it'll prevent the BCG from going into battery.

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Shipping for me in N FL was $6.50. WiseTactical has most variants of hexmag $11.99 with free shipping.

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Beware, these mags will NOT work with 2VETSARMS side charged uppers!

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I would like to know the problems you have with them on 2vetsarms uppers.

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They will not lock in place, but if they do happen to lock inside the mag well, the BCG will not go into battery.

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good to know. thanks!

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