PMAG D-50 LR/SR GEN M3 7.62x51/.308 Black 50 rd
The Magpul PMAG D-50 is a rugged, lightweight 50-round polymer drum magazine designed for 7.62x51 NATO/.308 Winchester ammunition for SR25/M110 pattern rifles. It's capable of using longer-than-SAAMI-spec match ammunition, up to 2.830" OAL, such as M118LR. Engineered to the same exacting standards as the famous Magpul PMAG and PMAG D-60® drum magazines, the D-50 continues the PMAG tradition of high-capacity performance and dependability.
The Magpul PMAG D-50 incorporates proven GEN M3 technology, which includes next-generation impact and crush-resistant polymer construction and the ability to seat fully loaded on a closed bolt. Robust stainless-steel internals withstand corrosion and long-term storage while loaded with no loss of function, spring fatigue, or reliability concerns. A slip-on semi-rigid dust cover prevents grit and debris intrusion during storage and transport.
A ratcheting loading lever removes spring tension, making the D-50 easily loadable by hand. An anti-glare translucent window on the rear of the drum makes for quick positive visual indication of remaining ammunition. Additionally, the D-50 can be disassembled quickly with a simple flat blade screwdriver or similar tool and it comes with a dot matrix pattern that allows for easy marking and identification.
The Magpul D-50 is one of the lightest 50-round 7.62x51/.308 drums available. The D-50's unique drum configuration gives it roughly the same overall height profile as a standard 25-round PMAG, making storage easy and shooting from various positions--including prone--no different than with smaller capacity magazines.
- Cartridge: 308 Winchester
- Color: Black
- Material: Polymer
- Capacity: 50 Round
- Height: 8.34 Inches
- Length: 4.35 Inches
- Weight: 1.7 lbs.
- Width: 4.64 Inches
- Country of Origin: United States of America
- Compatability: The Magpul D-50 was designed specifically for 7.62x51 NATO/.308 Winchester ammunition. Use with other calibers such as .260 Remington or 6.5 Creedmoor is not recommended.