D&H AR-15 Mags Review


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plouffedaddy
May 10, 2013, 09:35 PM
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I've been using D&H mags in my ARs for a few years and with all the madness going on these days (getting better) I figured I'd do a review of what I've found so far.

Pros:
-Standard USGI dimensions so they will work in any rifle that accepts USGI mags
-I've never had a malfunction related to these mags; they've been as reliable as any mag I've ever used
-6061-T6 aluminum body. Some models are teflon coated for smoother feeding
-All of mine have Magpul anti-tilt followers but even the standard D&H mags feature an anti-tilt follower
-Price. Pre-madness these were going for around $10 a mag if you watched out for the deals. These days they seem to range from $11-15
-Available in many different colors to match your rifle's color scheme

Cons:
-The only one I can think of is a con that I'd list for any USGI type magazine---they are more prone to denting and feed lip damage than their polymer competitors.

All in all these are great mags and are some of the best USGI type mags on the market. Here's a review with some shooting, a break down of the magazines, and a discussion of the pros/cons:

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68wj
May 10, 2013, 11:56 PM
My 6.8 SPC mags by D&H have been good too. Stainless steel but my COAL is limited at 2.275 for handloads. Good product.

nathan
May 11, 2013, 12:28 AM
Nice set up . For the same price the Troy mags are showing up right now .

Walkalong
May 11, 2013, 12:38 AM
I like them as well. D&H aluminum mags with Magpul followers make up the majority of what I bought to put back for a rainy day. I also packed away 10 Brownells mags with 10 Magpul followers in the box with them. Hope my kids inherit them unused.

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