The new DD Magazine is the only one worthy of the Daniel Defense name and is built with the same legendary quality and exacting standards as our world-class firearms. Its 32-round capacity for 5.56mm and 300 Blackout rounds is the most notable enhancement, while maintaining the same size as industry-standard 30-round magazines. The DD Magazine surpasses the standard in strength and durability with its lightweight, cutting-edge carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer construction. An improved feed-lip design and an enhanced anti-tilt follower provide smooth, reliable feeding, while an impact-absorbing baseplate design adds to the magazine's overall durability. The textured body gives the shooter a firm grip on the magazine while reloading in any situation, with or without gloves. For reliability, durability, ease of maintenance, and legendary Daniel Defense quality, go with the name you can trust.
32-round capacity in the same size magazine as industry-standard 30-round magazines
Lightweight carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer construction
Surface grip feature for performance-driven control in all situations
Improved feed lip design for optimized feeding and reliability
Impact absorbing baseplate design for long-lasting durability
The textured finish is great, and I have not had any issues so far on reliability. They feed every round perfectly. Since I purchased my DDM4v7, I just kept buying the DD mags. They aren't much more than others, and I feel they're worth it. I've heard many folks load mags 1-2 rounds below the max (e.g. 29 rds in a 30 rd mag), to lighten the load on the springs as well as the amount of force it takes to properly seat it. I love that the DD mag's max is 32. I keep them at 30 even. Makes it easy.