About this Magazine: STANAG Magazines or 'Standardization Agreement' refer to the NATO designation of the original USGI M16 magazines. STANAG Magazine is typically constructed from steel or aluminum, allowing for reliable feeding and interoperability of 5.56 NATO, .223 Remington, and .300 Blackout. STANAG-compatible magazines come in standard 20 or 30-round configurations typically. But higher capacity magazines such as 40 / 50 / 60 / 100 can also be designated as STANAG compliant. Ammunition Storage Components (ASC) builds some of the best magazines available on the market today. ASC magazines are built with the highest quality components to ensure reliable functioning and increased longevity. This is why they have become the approved supplier for many of the most well-known firearms manufacturers in the nation.
Construction: Steel - Used in the original USGI M16 magazines, steel is great for the main body of a magazine as it is incredibly durable and impact resistant. The only downside is that steel is typically much heavier than today's modern polymer body magazines, or some aluminum body magazines.
Feed-Lips: Steel - The feed-lips on this magazine are uniform with the material of the body.
Capacity: This magazine has a standard capacity of 30 rounds.
Follower: The ASC STANAG mag uses a nonbinding, high-visibility orange follower. Providing excellent feeding and loading.