Mission First Tactical Unveils the MFT Mags in 5.56

The MFT Polymer Magazine, MFT Mags designed for AR15/M4 also fit wide range of non AR15/M4 platforms.

Mission First Tactical Unveils the MFT Mags in 5.56
Mission First Tactical Unveils the MFT Mags in 5.56


Mission First Tactical
Mission First Tactical

BENSALEM, PA –Ammoland.com)-  Mission First Tactical, LLC (MFT) is proud to announce that MFT Mags™ in 5.56 are now available. MFT has designed the polymer 5.56 magazine in 30-round and 10-round capacities for the AR15 and M4 platforms.

The magazines fit a wide range of additional rifles including the HK 416 and MR556A1, M27 IAR, British SA-80, FN SCAR MK 16/16S, and others.

The standard 30-round magazine has, in addition to its larger capacity, a stipple texture and low profile front ribs that makes handling and extraction easy. Both the 10 and 30-round MFT Mags in 5.56 x 45mm also function flawlessly in .223 Rem, and .300 AAC (SCPM556) caliber platforms.

Both magazines have a flared floor plate that aids in extraction, provides drop protection and is compatible with tight double and triple magazine pouches. The floor plate includes a paint pen dot matrix area for easy identification marking.

MFT 10 Round Magazine
MFT 10 Round Magazine

Mission First Tactical designed both magazines to disassemble quickly and simply without requiring tools. The magazines’ double floor plate safety release tabs allow the user to safely release spring tension during disassembly and quick ammo dumps. The safety release tabs also protect against accidental discharge.

The magazines have an oversized mag catch notch in the rear of the magazine that provides increased mag catch clearance. A long-life stainless steel spring and four-way anti-tilt follower are included, ensuring reliable feeding.  They are also self-lubricating. Mission First Tactical magazines are tough, reliable and of the highest quality and were made using a specially developed and reinforced super tough polyamide from DuPont’s Military Plastic Division.

Made entirely in the U.S.A., the Mission First Tactical Standard Capacity and 10 Round Capacity Polymer Magazines both retail for $14.99 and are available online. See the video here.

Mission First Tactical’s Polymer 30 and 10 Round Magazine Specs:

  • MFT stipple texture (included only on the 30 round magazine)
  • Low profile ribs front texture (included only on the 30 round magazine)
  • Flared floor plate
  • Paint Pen dot matrix on floor plate 
  • Drain holes
  • Tool free disassembly with double floor plate safety release tabs
  • Quick ammo dump
  • Long-life stainless steel spring
  • Four-way anti-tilt follower
  • Oversized mag catch notch

About Mission First Tactical:

Mission First Tactical (MFT) designs and develops select USA Made rifle/carbine accessories specifically for the Military, Law Enforcement and Civilian markets. The MFT team has over 75 years of industry experience in taking concepts to front-line deployment. From the beginning MFT’s mission is to develop leading edge products for individual’s operating in harm’s way. Success for every operator’s mission is Mission First Tactical’s intent. www.missionfirsttactical.com

Battlelink Buttstocks, Engage Pistol Grips, React Grip Series, Torch Laser & Light Mounts, E-Volv, TEKKO and MFT Mags brands are trademarks of Mission First Tactical, LLC. All company and product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective sources.

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Randall Dollar

I recently purchased half a dozen 30-rd mags, at any given time at least three fully loaded will eject at least ten rounds by themselves,your help would be appreciated

Patrick West

you all know what the hot sun does to plastic composites? It damages it! just like it would your skin! protect your firearm just like you would your body until your ready for action and it will be fine! that’s why sleeves cases and hunting blinds are made to protect what you have just like sun screen for your body! bake a pmag in the sun it will eventually fail mft are a fine mag……there back up sights are the real garbage in there manufacturing line!

John Doe

I have 4 MFT 30 round STANAG mags, and I too have the same problem with the 5.56 staying in the magazine, utter garbage. Stick with Pmags, coming from a 27 year experienced shooter.

Bob Dorcy

I purchased 2 MFT 10 round composite mags. Loaded them,had trouble with the last round staying seated. Never loaded one in a weapon. The case laid in the open sun at my deer lease for 30-45 minutes,pouch side up to the sun. a couple weeks later at the range,I pulled one of the mags from it’s pouch,ammo falling out to the floor,tried reloading it but it would throw the ammo out. Tried the second mag,again all ammo spilled out of the pouch. Could not reload the mag. Upon inspection,the mag had bowed,evidently from being exposed to the heat. I now… Read more »