ASC Stainless Steel 30 Round 223 5.56 Black Magazine SS AR15 Clips
Ammunition Storage Components, Magazine, 223 Rem, Fits AR-15, 30Rd, Stainless, Black
UPC Code: 818805010076
Manufacturer: Ammunition Storage Components
Manufacturer Part #: 223-30RD-SS
Caliber: 223 Rem
Subcategory: Rifle Magazines
- Magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds will not be shipped to; CA, HI, MA, D.C., NY, Puerto Rico, Toledo OH and Oak Park IL.
- Magazines with a capacity of more than 12 rounds will not be shipped to; Chicago, IL
- Magazines with a capacity of more than 15 rounds will not be shipped to: NJ, Cincinnati OH., Aurora IL., South Bend IN.
- Magazines with a capacity of more than 16 rounds will not be shipped to: Franklin Park, IL.
- Magazines with a capacity of more than 20 rounds will not be shipped to; MD, Cleveland and Columbus OH.
- Magazines with a capacity of more than 21 rounds will not be shipped to; City & County of Denver, CO.
- Magazines with a capacity of more than 35 rounds will not be shipped to; Riverdale, IL.
ASC Stainless Steel magazines are an improvement on a classic, with the highest levels of durability and increased longevity, simply the best in the industry! Our magazines are manufactured 100% start to finish in the USA using .020 gauge 410 Stainless Steel Alloy, heat treated for superior strength and lasting endurance. Our magazines are chemically treated for corrosion resistance [ref QQ-P-35] and coated with our proprietary finish, Marlube which is a wear-in not wear-off coating that burnishes into the surface providing self-lubricating properties. The interior dimensions of OAL 2.316” ± .002 are perfect for reloads.
Your number 1 choice for reliability, durability and superiority!
Chrome Silicon Springs
Enhanced Anti-tilt Polymer Followers
300 Series SS Floor plate- Powder coated Matte Black
- Q: Chrome silicon spring versus 17/7 stainless?
A: Every spring will take a set when compressed. A 17/7 stainless spring in a 20 or 30 round magazine will take a set the first time it is compressed and will continue to do so each time the magazine is reloaded eventually losing its load. A chrome silicon spring will take a set the first time and maintain that load each time the magazine is reloaded.
- Q: Will a chrome silicon spring rust?
A: Yes, initially it will develop a slight film which will not affect the function of the spring.