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Troy BattleMag
Troy BattleMag

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List Price: $15.00
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Product Code: TRO.311


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Troy BattleMag

Feed lips and anti-tilt follower are reinforced for strength. A bolstered floor plate is set flush so that it will not catch on other magazines when pulled from a pouch. The Troy magazine is as sleek as it is strong. Operators will save crucial seconds when executing magazine changes.

The specially designed spine eliminates the possibility of over insertion that is common with other polymer magazines.

The Troy BattleMag is engineered to function flawlessly with all M4, M16/AR15, HK416®and FN Scar® rifles and carbines. It comes with flush and shock absorbing extended floor plate.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Works fine so far October 7, 2015
Reviewer: Doug O from Louisville, KY United States  
I got a few of these just to try and to have something different. I ran them in a recent all day carbine class I took with no issues to seat or feed. I have a Gen II Noveske lower and it doesn't like Gen III MagPul mags because of the thick tab they put on the back so I'm glad to see it was no issue with these. Decent price, does everything I want a mag to do, no complaints.

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Looks cool, feels ok May 30, 2012
Reviewer: JM from Houston, TX, USA  
I'm not a fan of the polymer, I prefer the steel mags, but these are much lighter than steel mags, and I think that they hold up just as well. Overall the follwers work the same, and I haven't had any issues with the mag. They seem good, my personal preference is the steel version. Overall no issues.

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Exceeds all the reasons to use GI mags January 13, 2012
Reviewer: Jeff from Kentucky, USA  
So far I like this magazine compared to other manufacturers polymer magazines.  The magazine is the closest dimensionally to the original aluminum GI mags, which means that it goes in mag pouches/carriers with no problems (this can't be said for other manufacturers).  It seats when full easier than others, and has a good gripping surface where the "scales" are located.  The grip is smooth going upward, but grab when pulling down.  Best mag for the price right now.

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Working well November 15, 2011
Reviewer: Froehlich from Eugene, OR United States  
We use the Troy battlemag for our issued Hk 416 carbine practice magazines.  The mags has performed well and take a lot of abuse.  They are holding up well.

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