Lancer Systems L5 Advanced Warfighter Magazines (*Translucent Smoke*) 30 Rd

MSRP: $23.95
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LS-999-000-2320-01

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L5 Advanced Warfighter Magazine


 

L5AWM. Lancer set out to engineer a better 5.56 magazine; one with the reliability of steel, durability of polymer and weight of aluminum the L5AWM. The magazine design includes a one piece, wrap-around steel feed lip assembly and an aggressive surface texture to create the ultimate hybrid magazine tough enough for military, LE and commercial use. The internal geometry of the Advanced Warfighter Magazine is a constant curve to maximize feed to the 5.56X45mm NATO round with a non‐tilting follower for trouble‐free feeding. The body and component materials are corrosion and chemical resistant, passing military chemical testing, including exposure to DEET.

 

 

The L5AWM is compatible with modern weapon systems, including M4/M16/AR, SCAR16, HK416, ARX160, etc. Available now in 5, 10, 20 and 30-round capacities in translucent and opaque.

L5AWM 30-Round Smoke

Designed, tooled, manufactured and assembled in the USA

FEATURES:

  • Hardened steel feed lips
  • Impact resistant polymer body
  • Available translucent or opaque
  • Top of magazine catch is steel
  • Non-tilt follower
  • Constant curve internal geometry
  • Stainless steel spring
  • Aggressive texturing on body for positive grip
  • Slim body design
  • Slide on bottom, easy to dissemble
  • Translucent bodies have round count markers
  • Designed, Tooled, Manufactured and Assembled in the USA
    These cannot be shipped to CA, CO, HI, NY, NJ, MA, MD, CT, VT, and Washington D.C. or any other restricted states.
***This product contains chemicals/materials known to the State of California to cause cancer and other reproductive harm. To learn more, visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov.***

25 Reviews

  • 5
    L5 Magazines

    Posted by johnb becka on Sep 3rd 2019

    everything showed up exactly as advertised. very happy with the product and I will be placing future orders with this company.

  • 5
    Great service and products.

    Posted by Stephen Bowers on Sep 3rd 2019

    Thanks for your patriotism.

  • 5
    Mag

    Posted by Levi Perkins on Apr 10th 2019

    Best mag

  • 5
    Quality

    Posted by Anthony Musso on Apr 9th 2019

    This mag works as good as any other proven type, and it looks cool

  • 5
    Lancer Mags

    Posted by Dan on Oct 27th 2017

    Lancer is one of my favorite mags. Super lightweight, durable, and they look good with the translucent smoke material.

  • 5
    Very good!

    Posted by Craig Scharf on Oct 27th 2017

    Steel feed lips and 10count round indicators on top of the translucent really sets this mag at the top for me.

  • 4
    Good

    Posted by Anita Bradds on Dec 27th 2016

    I purchased this as a gift so my review is somewhat limited on the product. The gift was enjoyed. Bravo Company has always been easy to order from. Prices and packing are great, as well as the shipping time.

  • 5
    Fast

    Posted by RKW on Sep 22nd 2016

    Great Product! Fast Shipping EVERY time! Great customer service and questions answered promptly.

  • 4
    Not bad!

    Posted by Guillermo Perez on Jun 19th 2016

    I bought one of these magazines for the "cool" factor. I have heard a lot of negative things about clear/translucent polymers as they are more susceptible to structural issues. These magazines have steel feeding lips which helps with some of the known issues with polymer magazines, followers appear to be anti-tilt and they weight less than my Magpul PMAG Gen M3's.

    They look phenomenal in my 14.5" Mid Length AR but I have not had enough range time with them to really compare to my PMAGS.

    The only downsides are:

    The polymer used in these magazines is definitely weaker than the polymer used in my PMAGS.

    The steel feeding lips are a nice addition but I think it's just one other thing to potentially cause a problem. Since the polymer doesn't completely wrap around them (like they do on Glock magazines) I have a hunch that if you dropped it a certain way it might come lose and alter your magazine inoperable. Not sure if this is a huge deal, but definitely worth thinking about.