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                      The Plinker Arms Response Magazine has the Look and Feel of a Traditional MIL-SPEC 30-round Magazine but with Compliant Round Capacity

Plinker Arms Response Magazine in Tan

Plinker Arms Response Magazine in Tan

Plinker Arms

Plinker Arms

CORNELIUS, NC (Ammoland.com) – Plinker Arms, LLC makers of American-made firearms magazines, accessories and components, answers the call for firearms enthusiasts everywhere with the new Response Magazine; a magazine with the look and performance of a MIL-SPEC 30-round magazine but with the capacity of only 10-rounds.

The Response Magazine is a dedicated 10-round capacity AR .556 magazine that gives the appearance and feel of a full capacity magazine. The Response magazine is constructed of highly durable, long-fiber polymer that makes the magazine solvent and corrosion resistant. The magazine springs are stainless steel for long life and durability.

The Plinker Arms Response Magazines are legal in MA, NY, CT, MD, NJ, CO and CA. They are the first and only option for serious enthusiasts that refuse to compromise on the experience but must respect state laws. MSRP $14.00.

For Plinker Arms information, visit www.plinkerarms.com. Join the conversation on our Facebook page.

Visit Plinker Arms at the 2014 SHOT Show, Booth 30203.

About Plinker Arms, LLC:

Headquartered in Cornelius, North Carolina, Plinker Arms, LLC was founded in 2010 by two firearms enthusiasts with backgrounds in firearms manufacturing, NASCAR® engineering and combat shooting. Plinker Arms, LLC manufactures American made firearms magazines, accessories and components. www.plinkertactical.com  www.plinkerarms.com

  • 4 User comments to “Plinker Arms Answers the Need for Low Capacity Compliant Gun Magazines”

    1. NJ has a 15 round limit. Any good dealer can get you a Magpul 30 blocked by Midwest PX to 15 rounds. My FFL sells them for $25. Work great in my Windham.

    2. Robert Leclair on January 7, 2014 at 11:34 AM said:

      These are made for liberals who want to play gun owner. DO NOT COMPLY!

    3. Sam Wright on January 8, 2014 at 10:32 AM said:

      I would not buy this. The company website has no information on this product. I do not shoot .556 anyways, maybe if they made it in a 5.56 or a .223 i would reconsider. Poor decimal point placement and out of date website is not what I look for in a company to do business with.

    4. easily converted to full capacity.

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