The Magpul PMAG 10 5.56 AC is a polymer 5.56x45 NATO (.223 Remington) magazine designed for short action Accuracy International Chassis Systems (AICS) pattern bottom metal, including the Bolt Action Magazine Well for the Magpul Hunter family of stocks. Designed with many of the same qualities that make PMAGS the most reliable and durable in the world, the PMAG 10 5.56 AC features GEN M3 technology, including a self-lubricating follower, a stainless-steel spring, and constant-curve internal geometry for smooth feeding. It also incorporates offset feed lip geometry that maximizes bolt face engagement, guaranteeing reliable feeding and solving the bolt face issue common to other AICS-pattern magazines for 5.56 based cartridges.
Like other Magpul bolt action magazines, the PMAG 10 AC features a paint-pen dot matrix for visual identification and a flared base plate for positive control and ease of retrieval. Designed from the ground up to solve the challenges of feeding 5.56/.223, the PMAG 10 5.56 AC sets the standard for bolt action magazine technology.
- Offset feed lip geometry designed to maximize bolt face engagement and optimize reliability
- Single stack, constant-curve internal geometry with 10-round capacity
- Self-lubricating follower for increased reliability
- Next-generation impact and crush-resistant polymer construction
- Long-life stainless-steel spring
- Paint pen dot matrix panels on the bottom of the body to allow for visual identification
- Width: 0.97 in. Top, 0.88 in. Base
- Compatible with short action AICS-pattern bottom metal and 5.56x45 NATO/.223 Remington cartridges
- Accepts cartridge overall length (COAL) of up to 2.39 in.
- Use with other calibers such as .300 AAC Blackout is not recommended
- Due to the feed geometry dictated by the .223 Remington cartridge and the Ruger American overall receiver length, this magazine is not recommended for use in the Ruger American rifle. While it will be possible to insert the magazine into Ruger American rifles that accept AICS-pattern magazines, function and reliability may be heavily compromised.