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Ten (10) D&H 5.56 NATO 30 Round Aluminum Magazines, Black - 8416
Material:  Aluminum, 6061 – T0 Body. Resistance welded to US Military Specifications
Finish:  Heat Treated to T6, then Hardcoat Anodized
Magazine Body:  Black Teflon
Spring:  17-7PH Checked for Compression with a Chatillon Gauge
Follower:  Magpul Foliage Green or Yellow Anti-Tilt Follower
Features
Case of ten (10) D&H magazines
Brand new mil-spec M16/AR15 30rd aluminum mags with black teflon finish and foliage green Magpul followers. Made by D&H (Company formerly named Labelle) for Palmetto State Armory. These are the best of the breed because they have a slick durable Teflon coat inside and out. Stamped with US military cage code Q4TQ4.
MPN#: CASE-0004

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Just got 10 more, fast shipping and still affordable at $10 per mag. I have used these mags since back when they were made by LaBelle, I left 6 loaded for 20 years and they still work perfectly, they drop free and slap in every gun I have tried them in, best mags money can buy in my opinion.

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I too have over a dozen of these mags. Theyre good mags and work great in all my rifles. From custom builds to my anderson and radical arms lowers I have had no issues with any of them. They all feed good and drop free from all my different brand lowers. Scoop up another 10-20 while you still can.

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I received mine today. Two plastic wrapped packs of five. Tested one and it drops free in Anderson, PSA, and Del-Ton lowers. I loaded the same one up with 30 rounds and it seats just fine on a closed bolt. Some of the comments at PSA indicated this was a problem, but I did not experience it. The floor plates are PSA marked and seem to be ever so slightly concave like the floor plates on USGI Center magazines. Welds are good. Edges are a bit unrefined compared to my Colt magazines, but overall these seem to be decent. They are stamped with the manufacture date for those who care about such things (mine were 8/20, so I'm betting PSA has a metric ton of these).

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Geissle AR mags are just rebranded D&H mags it turns out. So you're buying Geissle mags for $10/ea now.

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No surprise, pretty much everything Geissele is overpriced.

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$2099.99 after biden gets his share

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PSA is still charging tax in states with Tax Free shopping weekends.

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I'm in for a ten pack to keep my other mags company. Sure, $70 would be nicer, but $10 for a quality aluminum AR magazine is still reasonable.

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Decent mags. I've have a ton of these packing peanuts and never had any major issues with them. They used to be dirt cheap at $6 each. But those days are gone. Soon these at the ~$10 price will also be a thing of the past so stock up while you can.

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I remember these as low as $5.99...not that long ago. Now they’re double, and PSA has added in many other charges.

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Do you remember when these were $80 for 10? Pepperidge Farm rmemebers

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Pepperidge Farm remembers 1994 and just bought 10 more.

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Pepperidge Farm also saw this BS coming and bought in bulk

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Pepperidge farm bought in bulk at $70 shipped for 10, before the PSA taxation plan went into effect.

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