Beta C-mag


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DammitBoy
May 22, 2011, 04:45 PM
I have two beta c-mag's in .223 and love them - they run like a swiss watch, never had any problems with them.

I'm now trying to decide what .308 auto loader to purchase and I'm pretty much sold on an upgraded DPMS.

I've read news in several places that Beta C-mag is supposed to be coming out with a unit that will fit the DPMS. The only references I can find however, show a beta-mag for the M1A/M14, the G3/HK91/Cetme, and the FN FAL.

I'm not sure if any of those would work in the DPMS or any other AR10 style rifle? Anybody have any experience with a beta c-mag in .308/7.62x51?

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rcmodel
May 22, 2011, 05:30 PM
No, none of those will work in an AR-10 without modification.
However Beta C-Mag supposedly was going to make them for the AR-10, which all .308 AR's are.

http://www.innovativetactical.com/catalog/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=5&products_id=367

rc

DammitBoy
May 23, 2011, 04:25 AM
No, none of those will work in an AR-10 without modification.
However Beta C-Mag supposedly was going to make them for the AR-10, which all .308 AR's are.

http://www.innovativetactical.com/catalog/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=5&products_id=367

rc

I saw that announcement, which said they should have been avilable in 2008, but's it's 2011 and where are they?

Also, not all AR10's use the same magazine, right? So if it does show up, it might work in some and not in others, correct?

sigstroker
May 23, 2011, 05:09 AM
No, the .308 "AR's" all use different magazines. The Armalite AR-10 uses a modified M-14 mag, some DPMS' use a FAL mag I believe, the old Bushies use something else, and someone was making one that uses HK-91 mags.

memphisjim
May 23, 2011, 06:52 AM
i thought rra and bushy use fal
and dpms uses the knights arm mag

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