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Magpul PMAG 20 LR 762
Magpul PMAG 20 LR 762

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Magpul PMAG 20 LR, 762

The PMAG 20-LR (Long Range) is a lightweight 20-round 7.62x51 NATO / .308 Winchester magazine compatible with SR25-pattern rifles such as the Knight's Armament SASS/MK11, DPMS LR308, LaRue Tactical Stealth OSR, and others.  Designed with long/heavy projectiles such as the 175 grain M118LR in mind, the PMAG 20-LR features true 20 round capacity, a constant curve body, four-way anti-tilt follower, and pop-off  dust cover to prevent dirt and debris intrusion and protect the feedlips during long-term storage.  When not in use, the dust cover can be stored on the floorplate.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Magpul .308 PMAG January 4, 2012
Reviewer: Ed from SC  
Another great product from Magpul! Lightweight and durable, I really appreciate that they hold a true 20rds, unlike a lot of the competition, and that they come with covers to take the pressure off of the feedlips when storing loaded mags for long periods of time.

Also, thanks to SKD - I have nothing but great things to say about them as a company!  They are now the first place I look when I need great gear at a fair price hassle-free.  They have earned another loyal customer.

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The PMAG performance you've come to expect. January 31, 2010
Reviewer: Bill H from Lubbock, TX United States  
These mags are great and I believe an even better upgrade over the 5.56 PMags. Aside from the tremendous performance you're used to from magpul products they weigh literally half of what a typical steel SR-25 magazine is.

The only thing I'd like to see on future 762 Pmags is the ability to clip the dust cover on the bottom like the newer 556 Pmags.

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