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D&H AR/M4 5.56/223 30rd Aluminum Magazine

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If it's a classic look you're after, then D&H has got you, with few improvements to boot. This AR15 magazine is crafted from heat treated aluminum and is coated in Teflon so that it is gauranteed to last and is protected from corrosion and is designed to hold both .223 and 5.56 ammunition. It also comes equipped with a Magpul™ Anti-Tilt Follower and a stainless steel spring to ensure a seamless feed. And don't forget to grab a few extra for the range.

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