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Troy Battlemag AR Magazine Black .223 Rem / 5.56 NATO 30rd

Troy Battlemag AR Magazine Black .223 Rem / 5.56 NATO 30rd

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Troy Magazine, 223 Rem/556 NATO, 30Rd, Fits AR Rifles, Black SMAG-SIN-00BT-00

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Troy Magazine, 223 Rem/556 NATO, 30Rd, Fits AR Rifles, Black SMAG-SIN-00BT-00

BATTLEMAG - 5.56x45 NATO

•30 rnds.   •Black   •Reinforced feed lips & anti-tilt follower for strength   •Bolstered floor plate is set flush so that it will not catch on other magazines when pulled from a pouch   •Sleek & strong   •Specially designed spine eliminates the possibility of over insertion   •Fits all M4 M16/AR15 HK416® & FN SCAR® rifles & carbines   •Comes w/flush & shock absorbing extended floor plate

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Troy
SKU GAG_MGTRYSMAG-SIN-00BT-00
Condition New in Box
Action Type No
Caliber 5.56
UPC 812699011614
Model Battlemag
Type No
Manufacturer Part Number SMAGSIN00BT00
Accessories No
Barrel Length No
Finish Per Color Black
Capacity No
Firing Casing No
Frame Per Material No
Hand No
Sights No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

My principles are NOT for sale.
Have used a TI Battlemag that a friend had, and was honestly intrigued until learning it was a Steve Troy product. The quality was decent, but as far as value, after Mr. Troy hemmed and hawed and stepped all over himself with his hiring practices, my principles are not for sale at any price, and I would actually be ashamed to own any Troy product and use it on my rifles. That's why the 1 star for value. "Just following orders" didn't work at Nuremberg, and it doesn't work now.
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Review by ScottTN / (Posted on 4/20/17)
My principles are NOT for sale. ,
1/ 5stars
Have used a TI Battlemag that a friend had, and was honestly intrigued until learning it was a Steve Troy product. The quality was decent, but as far as value, after Mr. Troy hemmed and hawed and stepped all over himself with his hiring practices, my principles are not for sale at any price, and I would actually be ashamed to own any Troy product and use it on my rifles. That's why the 1 star for value. "Just following orders" didn't work at Nuremberg, and it doesn't work now.
Cheap Price, Cheap Feel but Great Performance
I have used Troy mags with AR 15's in .223, 5.56 and 300 Blackout as well as X95 Tavor and have had zero issues with them. They do feel cheaper than a pmag but for an everyday shooting mag, they work great.
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Review by John / (Posted on 4/14/17)
Cheap Price, Cheap Feel but Great Performance ,
5/ 5stars
I have used Troy mags with AR 15's in .223, 5.56 and 300 Blackout as well as X95 Tavor and have had zero issues with them. They do feel cheaper than a pmag but for an everyday shooting mag, they work great.
Great price, good mags
While troy has a name in the industry (a good if not great one), their mags are a solid 3.5 for me (rounded up out of kindness for how fast they came from grabagun! Will definitely be buying more. I got these while they were on sale for about $5.50. I picked up two and paid for shipping all under $20!!! Awesome and very happy with that. Very happy with the service, pricing, and speed, but the mags are not as good as pmags. While the pmags are slightly bulkier, they have a sense sturdiness that troy is lacking whether it be the fact that the follower pushes down in front where magpuls does not or just the cheap disassembly feeling when trying to take it apart to add in the pull plugs on the troy mag. This is an entirely difficult process that makes the entire thing feel cheap and like I'm going to break it as they are dependent on pushing in a base plate where the pull tab will be and pressing two plastic tongs in all at the same time. OUT OF THIS ENTIRE REVIEW, REALIZE THESE ARE QUALITY MAGS AS TROY SHOOTS THEM ON CAMERA ON YOUTUBE REPEATEDLY AND THEY DO NOT FAIL!!! So I dont know about pmags, but I'm trusting these will do just fine, minus diassembly. Loading in the rounds were easy and not problematic. Overall, these were a great deal and I wish I just bought more when I had the chance, but pmags do have some slight edges over troys. Long live grabagun!
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Review by Intangible / (Posted on 9/14/14)
Great price, good mags ,
4/ 5stars
While troy has a name in the industry (a good if not great one), their mags are a solid 3.5 for me (rounded up out of kindness for how fast they came from grabagun! Will definitely be buying more. I got these while they were on sale for about $5.50. I picked up two and paid for shipping all under $20!!! Awesome and very happy with that. Very happy with the service, pricing, and speed, but the mags are not as good as pmags. While the pmags are slightly bulkier, they have a sense sturdiness that troy is lacking whether it be the fact that the follower pushes down in front where magpuls does not or just the cheap disassembly feeling when trying to take it apart to add in the pull plugs on the troy mag. This is an entirely difficult process that makes the entire thing feel cheap and like I'm going to break it as they are dependent on pushing in a base plate where the pull tab will be and pressing two plastic tongs in all at the same time. OUT OF THIS ENTIRE REVIEW, REALIZE THESE ARE QUALITY MAGS AS TROY SHOOTS THEM ON CAMERA ON YOUTUBE REPEATEDLY AND THEY DO NOT FAIL!!! So I dont know about pmags, but I'm trusting these will do just fine, minus diassembly. Loading in the rounds were easy and not problematic. Overall, these were a great deal and I wish I just bought more when I had the chance, but pmags do have some slight edges over troys. Long live grabagun!