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The PMAG D-60 is a durable and highly reliable polymer drum magazine for AR15/M4 compatible weapons.

Next-generation impact and crush resistant polymer construction
Wide compatibility with most 'STANAG 4179' platforms such as the AR15, M4, M16, SCAR MK16/16S, HK416, MR556, M27 IAR, IWI Tavor, and others
Will seat fully loaded on a closed bolt
Bolt hold open feature to lock the bolt back on the last round**
Ratcheting Loading Lever to take tension off the spring for easy loading by hand
Feed Tower compatible with most loading devices, including USGI stripper clips and guides, the StripLULATM, and others
Designed to be left loaded for long-term storage without any loss of function or degradation
All components used are corrosion resistant
Easy to disassemble for cleaning with only a flat-bladed screwdriver or similar
Anti-glare translucent window on rear of drum allows for easy determination of rounds remaining
Paint pen dot matrix panel on back of body to allow for identification marking
Slip-on, semi-rigid Dust Cover prevents grit and debris intrusion during storage and transport
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Item Number: 706915
Mfg. Number: MAG576BLK
Item # WX2-706915
Mfg. Number: MAG576-BLK
UPC: 840815100560

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Honestly the only drum mag that functions correctly 100% of the time and is easy to load. But I've always questioned how well it would hold up if you had to hit the dirt and smacked it on the ground fully loaded.

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Honestly the only drum mag that functions correctly 100% of the time and is easy to load. But I've always questioned how well it would hold up if you had to hit the dirt and smacked it on the ground fully loaded.

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You have to be a buyer's club member or start a free trial to get this price.

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Who buys these things?

Two $8 pmags taped together are far cheaper, less complex, and more reliable.

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Me....Let me dump on you with 60 non-stop rounds w/o having to change a damn thing and you'll get the picture.
I use my p-mags almost all of the time, but this has its place in my safe for SHTF.

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The D-60 is more compact than two taped mags and doesn’t require a mag change to access the next 30 rounds. Mag changes for most people are slow and can add a second or two or more to a two/three gun match time or induce a malfunction not inserting the second mag all the way under stress. Same applies to defensive use.

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Compact? They don't fit into pockets like 30rnd mags do. And if they jam, it would be much easier to drop and forget a cheaper mag than this thing. Not to mention about 10X the price. More cons thsn pros. Even if you only had a single cheap mag, less working parts. Easier to clear/fix the problem. You jam a round in the middle of this thing, good luck.

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D60 is meant to be your initial magazine, not something you reload to.

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^^^^This. Still, hard to throw a $100 mag on the ground & walk (or run) away when it's empty because it doesn't *fit* in anything. [One of the big drawbacks to drum mags; regardless of whether empty or loaded, they're a nuisance to lug around. From what I hear, the other big drawback is the rattling noise made when loaded & on the march.]

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