Magpul PMAG D-60 5.56x45 Polymer Drum Magazine

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The PMAG D-60 is a durable lightweight highly reliable 60-round 5.56x45 NATO/.223 Remington* polymer drum magazine for AR15/M4 compatible weapons.
With a larger capacity than previous PMAGs the PMAG D-60 gives the shooter 60 rounds of ammunition effectively allowing the same round count as two standard capacity 30-round magazines without requiring a critical reload.
The unique drum configuration keeps the height of the magazine manageable as well as allowing for prone firing and easier storage. Features an easy-to-use loading lever paint pen dot matrix for easy marking and a rear window for instant capacity indication. Compatible with a wide range of NATO firearms such as the M4 M16 SCAR™ MK16/16S HK®416 MR556 M27 IAR IMI Tavor and others.
Made in U.S.A.


  • Next-generation impact and crush resistant polymer construction
  • Wide compatibility with most 'STANAG 4179' platforms such as the AR15 M4 M16 SCAR MK16/16S HK416 MR556 M27 IAR IMI Tavor and others
  • Will seat fully loaded on a closed bolt
  • Bolt hold open feature to lock the bolt back on the last round**
  • Ratcheting Loading Lever to take tension off the spring for easy loading by hand
  • Feed Tower compatible with most loading devices including USGI stripper clips and guides the StripLULA™ and others
  • Designed to be left loaded for long term storage without any loss of function or degradation
  • All components used are corrosion resistant
  • Easy to disassemble for cleaning with only a flat-bladed screwdriver or similar
  • Anti-glare translucent window on rear of drum allows for easy determination of rounds remaining
  • Paint pen dot matrix panel on back of body to allow for identification marking
  • Slip-on semi-rigid Dust Cover prevents grit and debris intrusion during storage and transport
  • Color: Black

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Very nice magazine! Maybe a little pricey. Easy to load once you get used to the loading mechanism.
February 7, 2019
1 year ago