Double stack (Comparable to AW magazine size)
Receivers do not require an AW cut for proper function
308 and similar cartridges
Center feed design for exceptionally smooth feeding and operation in all actions
Designed specifically for round body, Rem 700 style actions for double stack use
Made from high strength, stainless steel and coated for long life and lubricity
Long internal (2.97") length for the latest long range competition bullets
69.95 Shipped in the lower 48 states
A compact, double-stack, center-feed magazine that promotes exceptionally smooth and reliable feeding.
Ammo is not included.
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I want to love these but I just have not been able to use them at all in my defiance action without some serious modification to my action which I don’t find acceptable half the people I shoot with love them the other half like myself have no use for them
Works flawlessly. Huge amount of space for moving the bullets right to the lands without binding on the mag
This mag is long enough to load ELDs or VLDs out to the lands of a 1k+ round barrel. Fit and function is great in my 2 AICS style mag wells. Same size as AICS 5 rounders, holds 10. Didn't need any aftermarket followers.
Stop reading this and just buy two or three while they're in stock.
Ok so this is my second ARC magazine purchase and I can say these are well built magazines and feed smoothly through my CDi Precision Gunworks bottom on my Ruger American not a single failure to feed and not a single jam. I would definitely recommend these to anyone looking for a quality AICS compatible magazine with a smaller footprint.
Using a RPR in 6.5 Creedmoor. I bought one of these magazines to try, and only have experience with Magpuls to compare. Night and day- these feed so much smoother than the Magpuls, they drop out when I hit the mag release (Magpuls have always required me to pull a bit), and these magazines also slide into the rifle so much easier. I've only shot about 100 rounds through this mag so far, but no issues at all.
Purchased 2 ARC mags. They work great in a RPR, no issues to report.
So far I have been having good success with my ARC mags. I would say in my Defiance action, MPA chassis that I am getting the consistent feeding of an AICS mag but with the round stripping off with the feel of an AW mag, not the gritty tough stripping of the AICS mags. I did have my mags stop working at the end of a day of shooting in dust that was like talcum powder but after disassembly and cleaning they seem to be working fine again. Using them with my 6.5 Creedmoor handholds with RDF bullets.
I received my ARC 10 round magazine on Monday and went about testing it on Tuesday after work, all I have to say is wow! Great quality magazine that shortened my footprint a a lot vs my Magpul AICS magazines and it fed extremely smooth. I am running a modified Ruger American rifle in 308 with CDi Precision Gunworks bottom metal and some extras and this magazine fits right in, lean mean and American made, I couldn't ask for more. I haven't tried any long rounds in yet but from the looks of it I definitely have more OALl to play with vs other designs and I'm sure I could fit 178gr Hornady ELD-X or longer in without a problem.
Very nice magazine, I have used in a TL2 and TL3 action in a MPA Chassis and they run smoother that the single stack ACIS 10 round ones I have for 6mm Dasher and 6.5 Creedmoor rounds.