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AR-15/M15 PMAG D60 5.56x45 Black
Cartridge: 223 Remington, 5.56 mm NATO
Action Type: Semi-Auto
Capacity: 60-Round
Finish: Black
Quantity: 1

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The PMAG D-60 is a durable, lightweight, highly reliable 60-round 5.56x45 NATO/.223 Remington polymer magazine for AR-15/M4 compatible weapons. With a larger capacity than previous PMAGs, the PMAG D-60 gives the shooter 60 rounds of ammunition, effectively allowing the same round count as two standard capacity 30-round magazines without requiring a critical reload. The unique drum configuration keeps the height of the magazine manageable as well, allowing prone firing and easier storage. Features a paint pen dot matrix for easy marking and the MagLevel system for instant capacity indication. Compatible with a wide range of NATO firearms such as the M4, M16, SCAR MK16/16S, HK416, MR556, M27 IAR, and others.

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SPECS: Fits - NATO firearms such as: M4, M16, SCAR MK16/16S, HK416, MR556, M27 IAR, and others. Capacity - 60 rounds. Construction - Polymer.

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Might not improve the function of you're AR15, but man it makes it look good :) lol

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Doesn't stand to reason when you can couple two 30rd mags.

I never understood these things...

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Yeah, cause going prone with two 30 round pmags coupled together is possible right?

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These need to be banned. Some guy on CNN said you can shoot 60 rounds from one of these clippy things in 12 seconds. Total death machine when you add this to an Assault Rifle 15!

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There is no other way to shoot that many rounds unless you have an automatic rifle "NOT" a semi automatic "RIFLE" you can't shoot that fast with SEMI. And by the way there is no such thing as a "ASSAULT RIFLE" only a rifle. And no AR doesn't mean "ASSAULT RIFLE" it means Armalite rifle because of the designer.

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Yea. Especially when your AR can shoot fully semi automatic.

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Unfortunately most of my fellow gun loving crowd are too dense to grasp sarcasm on the internet. Nice try tho bud.

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No these just don't make sense for anyone with any experience to actually use them. I'd rather have two coupled mags that are easier to reload than one 60 round drum that some dipshit who ends up on the news using which is why it's probably so fucking expensive in the first place.

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i agree! i've been on a mag buying spree lately. i've got a couple 75d drums for my FM-11 set up as a SAR clone. D60 great reviews and battle proving, i've got a HBAR i would like to set up as a SAR clone.
buy em cheap and stack em deep!

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The guys I know who deployed to the sandbox with them hated them & said they jammed constantly due to sand.
And these aren't cheap. They were a combo with a full auto BCG at PSA for months before the dipshit in Vegas happened. You're not buying shit cheap, but you might be stacking them deep.

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I had a SAW in 08 on my first deployment but never saw anyone using something like this in their m4s/m16s, they're not worth it. A mag coupler does a better job.

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Got 10

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$90 shipped with "MDX"

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I have one, range practical and fun justify my carrying it around on days I shoot. I will say that the mag couplers work for a considerable amount less and I use those a lot too.

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30 round mag = $12

60 round mag = $100
!?!?!?!?!?!

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you can't price tacticool!!!!

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lol, yup. I get that it takes more money and R&D to make a reliable 60 round mag, but as a CONSUMER I don't see the advantage ...at least not for the price. Were these like $60 I'd grab a few, but $100 for what can be accomplished with a simple mag couple and two 30 round mags, not so much

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Anything south of $100 for one of these is a good deal. The only better deal is when PSA occasionally runs the D60 in a bundle deal with 250 rounds of ammo for $120. Remember, the gun grabbers are currently after "fully semi-auto" rifles, bump stocks and mags larger than 10 rounds, so load up. There are larger capacity drums available but none I've seen that are practical for non-stationary shooting - those 100 round South Korean drums are fine but they're so heavy that they're only practical for fixed positions. BTW, these D60's have been seen in use by our guys in Afghanistan, so that's an endorsement if I ever heard of one.

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And the guys I know threw them away b/c they jammed up in the sandbox. Don't believe marketing BS and random images. Ask folks who used them.

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Nice to see this back down to $99 with the code.

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These were going for an amazing deal a few months back at PSA with a bcg. Luckily I picked up a few. Not so sure at this price but still worth having one at the ready imo. Everyones budget is different of course. Can't go wrong with a couple pmag 30's or 40s coupled together which are my usual setups besides Lancer mags. As "mall ninja" these may be to some all of mine have been reliable and they fit nice and compact with AR pistols. I can assure you these serve more of a purpose than just instagram gun porn pics. Its nice having a few of these at the ready loaded with Hornady Tap and Soft Points cause you know.. SHTF might be just around the corner. Either way they make for extra fun at the range.

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You will need this in case you need to switch to "fully semiautomatic " mode .

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Anyone proficient can change a 30 round $10 mag in under 2 seconds and save $79.....but every mall ninja needs this!

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Yep. And if you don't have 2-5 seconds to spare to change a mag, you're probably already screwed.

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These things are miserable to carry as spares; their only useful purpose is as a 1st load, then x-ition to regular box mags & toss the mt into your dump pouch. One mag change saved at the beginning of a firefight could mean life-or-death, but after that? As stated, you're probably already hosed & just don't know it yet...

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Fyi primaryarm's. Com has the 40 rounders in stock for $16.00!

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Thank you, grabbed a few of those for under $18 with shipping. Appreciate the heads up.

Deguns.net has them for $13.99.... I should have looked a little more...

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Cool swag and range toy but I'll stick to the 40rd pmags. Why pay $70-$90 more for just 20 more rounds? Plus you can carry ALOT more of those than these in a real situation.

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Not saying they couldn't serve a purpose in a specific situation, or that i would never buy one. I'll wait n see how low they get on cyber Monday and maybe order one just for the tacticool appeal.

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Surprised people want these at this price. I would rather have multiple mags then one of these in case of a malfunction can just switch out mag. Rather get couple mags and some ammo. Don't have room to talk I guess. I've got 10 ar's. Lil overkill. Lol.

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Just ten?

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Should be considered disposable in any real application, read non-reloadable. Great for spraying 60 rounds to fuck everything in a general direction but not much else. Have one; rather use a couple pmags and some duct tape. To each their own. Does however possess a slight medicinal effect when paired with a BFS or Echo

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I finally got one. Probably be on sale for $60 on Black Friday but oh well. $89 w free shipping is a good price at the moment.

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I have owned and used mine for a year now. It works great, but is difficult to load. With the added bulk and weight, it is purely a range toy. It has become easier to load over time, having left it loaded in the safe.

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Placed an order for one today, don't really need one is the thing but they look cool so oh well!

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Just got this drum and a vortex Sparc AR red dot from psa. All for $199 shipped.

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For $18 I'd rather have the simplicity and renown reliabilty of two plain, standard capacity 30rd pmags with the exact same capacity. Spending 5x the money on something not only less concealable and transportable, but ultimately less reliable just doesn't make sense to me. Fewer moving parts for the win. Simplicity is your friend.

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How dare you stand up against complexity and expense in favor of simplicity and affordability. You must be a conservative... and definitely not cool. Join my club!

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Haha I look at these types of mags as a novelty. Not that any of us would find ourselves in a firefight but if we were to, I wouldn't want to put too many eggs in one basket in case of a magazine failure...

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These are really nice drums.Get em before hitlery bans them.

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Just bought 2 of these from Primary Arms for $214.00($104 each plus $6) delivered to Florida.

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