Magpul MagLink M2, M3 30-Round PMAG Magazine Coupler Polymer Black

Product #: 361560 MagPul #: MAG595-BLK UPC #: 873750007632
Ships 12/03/2015 from MidwayUSA
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  • Fits 5.56x45 PMAG 30 and 40 round AR/M4 GEN M2 MOE and AR/M4 GEN M3 magazines
  • Impact resistant polymer construction provides light weight and resists operational abuse
  • Wide-set, two-piece bolt-on design resists flexing
  • Integral grooves interface with PMAG ribbing to eliminate slippage


The MagLink is a coupler for PMAG 30 and 40 round AR/M4 magazines* which allows the user to attach two magazines together for more efficient speed reloads, and to keep an additional ammunition accessible on the weapon at all times. The MagLink features a two-piece bolt on design and durable, lightweight reinforced polymer construction.


Technical Information


Weight: 2.8 oz


NOTE: The MagLink is NOT compatible with first generation PMAGs (with Black follower, circa 2007-2009), 10 or 20 round PMAGs, custom branded PMAGs, or any other non AR15/M4 specific Magpul magazine such as the EMAG, PMAG 30G, or PMAG 30 AUS. Will also not fit other larger caliber magazines such as the PMAG 30 AK/AKM or the PMAG 25/20/10 LR/SR.

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