ATI Schmeisser 5.56/.223 AR15 60 Round G2 MLE Magazines just… $49.99 each ~ VIDEO

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ATI Schmeisser 5.56 .223 AR15 60Rd G2 MLE Magazine Deal
ATI Schmeisser 5.56 .223 AR15 60Rd G2 MLE Magazine Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Palmetto State Armory has ATI Schmeisser 5.56/.223 AR15 60 round G2 MLE Magazine in stock and shipping for $49.99. Compare that to the steel body Surefire AR magazines at twice the price!?

American Tactical has partnered with German arms manufacturer Schmeisser GmbH to exclusively import and distribute the Schmeisser S60 60 round AR-15 magazine. Buy Now Gun DealsMade from glass-reinforced polymer, this patent-pending magazine features a unique follower system that allows for double capacity from a normal AR magazine without being bulky or cumbersome. Designed to shoot both .223 REM & 5.56X45MM, the Schmeisser S60 will give you an instant capacity upgrade over the standard AR mag at an affordable price for your AR Carbine or Pistol.

  • Brand: ATI
  • Model: Schmeisser Magazine
  • Caliber: 5.56/.223
  • Capacity: 60
  • Material: Reinforced Polymer
  • Made in Germany

Now featuring a last round bolt hold open integrated into the follower!

ATI Schmeisser 5.56/.223 AR15 60 Round G2 MLE Magazines just… $49.99ea

All American Tactical AR15 SCHMEISSER 60RD 5.56 Magazines are well-reviewed:

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M48Kommandant
M48Kommandant
5 months ago

Forget it! These are not a deal, because PSA ONLY ships these magazines to FFL Dealers! Most FFL Dealers charge you at least $50 for the use of the FFL number! So the first one will cost you at least $100 !!! I have called them and they are refusing all calls and force you to use the “contact” link. I have tried several times through this route to contact them, but have heard nothing from them. This is false advertising and probably the old bait and switch con. While I used to be a loyal customer, having 3 of… Read more »

MikeRoss
MikeRoss
5 months ago
Reply to  M48Kommandant

They didn’t ask me for an FFL.

Arny
Arny
5 months ago
Reply to  M48Kommandant

Not in the state of PA. They DON’T charge me anywhere in the state for the use of a FFL. The mags are shipped to my residence. You must live in a communist state ?

MajorMike
MajorMike
6 months ago

Does anyone have experience with these magazines loaded with .300 Blackout rounds?

Link
Link
6 months ago
Reply to  MajorMike

They say no on the manufacturers website.

james
james
6 months ago

I prefer a pair of Magpul 30 rd magazines. Get 4-6 on promo these days for $40

Deplorable Bill
Deplorable Bill
6 months ago

Likely a great magazine for the money. Consider the price of two regular, good quality, easy to fit into a molle pouch 30 round mags, subtract that price from the price of this unit and you wind up with the price of convenience of not changing the magazine out when you run through 30 rounds. Two other things to consider; the weight/balance of the loaded mag in the weapon. How do I carry this thing when it’s not in the weapon? I have not seen any mag pouch that will hold this thing. Maybe you could put it into a… Read more »

Finnky
Finnky
6 months ago

@DB – Get one of these, load and insert in gun. Carry standard mags for reloads an just drop it when it runs dry. Personally in practice I often download mags, just for practice reloading under pressure. I’ll never be half as fast as Jerry Mikulek, but am reasonably fast reloading pistol from my belt. Need a lot more practice with AR and only thinking about learning to manage shot-shells. Point is, for me this mag doesn’t make sense – rather buy several standard magazines for the same money. More overall ammo capacity and less issue with any single point… Read more »

M48Kommandant
M48Kommandant
5 months ago
Reply to  Finnky

It would be great if you were able to order them, but psa only sells them to FFL Dealers! Not sold to general Public.