Magpul 762 Magpul
Developed by a Recon Marine, the Magpul cleverly addresses the difficulty involved with grasping magazines from duty/issue pouches without fumbling for a grip. No more para-cord through the bottom which can rip out the floorplate. No more messy 100 mile tape on the outside of the mag body which leaves residue. For around $3, you can have extremely quick access to your magazine, even when it is sandwiched between other mags in a tight pouch. The Magpul's one piece rubber construction also protects your expensive magazines from getting banged up when dropped on concrete.
Optimize that tac or speed reload with Magpul!
- Durable thermoplastic loop with recessed rough gripping surface.
- Quick and easy installation and removal.
- Patended design based upon the tried and true para-cord loops and duct-tape tabs currently in use with special warfare units worldwide.
Made in U.S.A
Buy these. Just do it! They're excellent and I normally don't spend money on things like this. Make sure you put them in a bowl of water and microwave them for 2 minutes-makes putting them on SO much easier.
I don't think anyone is making M1/M14 mag floor plate pulls so these are still the gold standard.
Great product that enhances the reliability of a speedy reload. Even a fumbled reload can look good with this accessory. Due to the necessary tight fit, please advise customers to place the pull in the sun prior to stretching it over the bottom of the magazine. This makes for less of a struggle and less finger exercise. Excellent product and timely service from SKD.
Hard to install. Harder than the 5.56 or the 9MM Magpuls. They had to be worked, coaxed and bribed gently over a long period of time onto the DPMS magazines I had. Once on, I won't take them off, for fear of never being able to get them off again. Other than that, I'll give the same review I gave the 5.56 Magpuls: Rubber magazine Magpuls, what Magpul was founded on, and what they make very well. There is really not very much to say about the product, except that you may have to check your magazine pouches for clearance once they are installed, other than that, they are an excellent product: help with magazine changes and also decrease magazine damage from resting and/or drops.
The Magpuls were great and offer good protection for the magazine when you drop them on the ground. The only thing I would complain about would be they are incredibly hard to put on.
I got one to mount on my Surefire 60 round mag, it fit well but haven't used it much yet. I like that it does a good job protecting the sharper bottom edges on the large Surefire mag.
These things are great, and believe it or not still legal in the people's republic of New Jersey ;p Fast shipping, will buy from SKD again.
Magpul has answered the call of the 7.62 RIFLEMAN
they help. and if i had the money they would be on all 50+ of my mags. why all 50. ask any body whos been in theatre how fast u dump rounds when your buddy makes a (T) with the bird from across the street cause murphy molested your PRR and it doesnt feel like working that day no matter how much u beat it like the indian dude from office space. dont understand, enlist.