History of Lancer Systems
Lancer Systems’s parent company, Greene, Tweed & Co., Inc., has been around for more than 50 years, providing high-performance elastomeric seals, thermoplastic composites, and integrated material solutions for leading industries around the world. It was in 2007 when Greene, Tweed decided they needed a standalone company that could focus entirely on military and defense products. This is when Lancer Systems officially began, boasting deep roots in technology and innovation. With their eyes set on the future of firearms, Lancer Systems brought firearms technology into a new age, changing the game the moment they arrived.
As an engineering and technology-focused institute, Lancer Systems knows how to bring exciting innovation to guns and accessories. In fact, their products are currently used by countless worldwide elite military units, government agencies, and first-class competitive shooters. While they are most well-known for their translucent hybrid steel and polymer AR magazines, along with carbon fiber rifle and AR 15 parts, they also have extreme, hard-hitting rifles and building kits that are second to none. With Lancer Systems, one thing is certain: shooters will always experience solid, innovative firearms and components with advanced materials and cutting-edge manufacturing.
Lancer Systems Guns and Components for Sale
Step into the future with Lancer Systems. GrabAGun is proud to carry all your Lancer System favorites, including their trusted line of AR magazines, rifle parts, magazine accessories, and more:
The L5AWM 300BLK 30 Magazine (Advanced Warfighter Magazine) was specially designed for use with heavy subsonic .300 Blackout ammunition. On the outside of this rugged magazine are distinctive .300 blackout markings and a unique flat dark earth floor plate along with your choice of a solid or translucent finish. The internal structure features updated geometry made for longer, heavier cartridges so they stack perfectly. This means better feeding and greater reliability for you. Equip your firearm with only the best and order the Lancer L5 Advanced Warfighter Magazine 300 BLK 30 RDS for the best gun deals online from GrabAGun!
A dependable magazine featuring a special hybrid design with a hardened steel feed lip and heavy-duty polymer body is the L5AWM 30 Magazine. This magazine is reliable and rugged enough for military use, law enforcement applications, competition shooting, and more. Its polymer body ensures a lightweight construction and the hardened steel assembly delivers durability and strength. The L5AWM 30 Magazine is an improved magazine perfect for holding both your 5.56 NATO or .223 ammo so you can shoot longer, harder, and more effectively.
Looking to add a few extra rounds to your AR 10 rifle? The L7AWM 25 Magazine holds up to 25 rounds of .308 or 7.62x39 ammo, feeding reliably every time you pull the trigger. In fact, it features a feed lip that wraps completely around the magazine to maximize stiffness and stability while also preventing dimpling in the front. The L7AWM 25 Magazine, like all Lancer Systems L7 series magazines, also includes a switchable drain lock in the floor plate. This is so shooters can configure the mag for both marine applications and dusty conditions. Find the best gun deals online for your AR 10 parts at GrabAGun!
Gun Components and Accessories
One magazine is never enough, and for those moments when you need two magazines at the ready there is the Lancer Systems Magazine Cinch. This magazine coupler works to hold two magazines securely together, making sure they are perfectly aligned and stable. It is compatible with the L5, L5A, and L5AWM Lancer Systems magazines, along with USGI aluminum and steel magazines.
The Sig MPX Carbon Handguard from Lancer Systems is a carbon fiber, M-LOK compatible upgrade for your Sig’s original aluminum handguard. Not only is the carbon fiber material 40% lighter, but it also has a significantly lower rate of conductivity. With easy installation and compatibility with most standard suppressors, you’ll be wondering why you didn’t upgrade your firearm sooner.