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Pro Mag Industries AR/MINI-14 Magazine Clamps (4)


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ProMag Magazine Clamps, Fits AR-15, Black PM016B

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ProMag Magazine Clamps, Fits AR-15, Black PM016B

•Magazine clamps hold two AR-15/MINI-14 polymer, steel, or aluminum magazines side for quick reloading   •4-Pack will “jungle clip” two pairs of magazines   •Injection molded, black glass filled Mil-Spec polymer    construction   •All hardware included

Additional Information

Manufacturer Pro Mag Industries
Condition New in Box
UPC 708279007071
Model Magazine
Manufacturer Part Number PM016B
Finish Per Color Black
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Ammunition and firearms must be purchased separately, they can not be shipped together. All ammunition will be shipped Fedex or UPS ground. Some states restrict the shipping of ammunition. Some firearms may not be available in all states. Please see our Ordering Guide for detailed instructions about shipping. All Flat Rate shipping charges are for lower 48 States.  Please email us for a quote if you are outside of this area.

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Customer Reviews

Gets the job done... with limitations.
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Works very well to kept extra mag with rifle at all times. WILL NOT work on anything but metal, aluminum or steel. Tried on both Pmag & Pro Mag polymer & won't fit either! (Posted on 2/20/14)
Does what I bought them for!
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A really handy way to keep a loaded spare mag with your rifle. Big improvement over back 'in country' where we would put'em side by side opposite ends & bind 'em with electrical tape. (Posted on 2/18/14)