- N.Y. Compliant with the simple addition of epoxy over the locking screw. (We don’t sell to u anyway)
- Lifetime Warranty. If something ever breaks, we will replace it.
- 10 Round capacity.
- Newest Version. (updated January 31, 2020)
- Locks into your magazine well with an expandable insert built right into the side of the COMPMag.
- Our unique fixed magazine design creates an ammunition feeding device designed to be contained in or permanently attached to a firearm in such a manner that it cannot be removed without disassembly of the firearm action.
- Allows you to keep the AR-15 features you love on your rifle. (pistol grip, forward grip, retractable stock, and flash hider).
- No need to “break your action” or deviate from the normal operation of your firearm to reload.
- Loads easier than a standard magazine. No heavy spring to push each round against.
- Will fully load on a closed or open bolt.
- One screw installation. No holes to drill. No need to modify your firearm.
- Two minutes to install. Two minutes to remove, should you decide to shoot outside of California.
- Ultra durable and heavy duty, built to last. 150% to 300% thicker side walls than most polymer magazines.
- 17-7 Stainless steel magazine spring.
- CNC turned steel charging handle with glossy black oxide finish.
- Round counter indicates exactly how many rounds are left in your firearm, including what’s in your chamber.
- Holds the bolt open after the last round is fired.
- Allows for easy clearing of type 3 malfunctions (such as double feeds).
- Can be used in California and other restrictive firearm states. Check your local and state laws before ordering.
- INCLUDES EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR INSTALLATION.
- Compatible with .223, 5.56, .300ACC Blackout, and .277 Wolverine Ammunition.
- Compatible with standard AR-15 type lowers. (M4, M16, AR15).
- Compatible with other firearms that accept a STANAG (AR-15) magazine and have a removable upper receiver; such as the SCAR16, Bushmaster ACR, SIG MCX, CZ Bren, SIG 556, and Daewoo DR200.
- NOT compatible with lowers that have a custom or extended magazine well (such as Seekins SP225, Sharps Bros, HKMR, and Spike’s Jack).
- Not compatible in bullpup firearms such as the Tavor.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS:
When tightening your AR-15 CompMag into the magazine well, be careful not to over tighten it. If it is tightened too much this will cause the rounds to rub inside the magazine and can cause misfeeds. If this happens, simply loosen the screw a bit, relieving the pressure.
Before using, please read the instructions and watch the videos found in the recent posts section on our home page, entitled “Loading and Unloading your CompMag. Clearing Double Feeds.”. This will help you better understand how the CompMag operates.
As we, and our Attorneys, understand it, this product falls within the laws as written. At this point it has not been endorsed or approved by any law enforcement agency or regulatory body within the United States, due to their reluctance to endorse any compliance products. Once contacted, the D.O.J. told us that they would not endorse any compliance products and that we should seek the advice of a qualified firearms attorney.
We then had our firearms attorneys research the topic of California compliance thoroughly and their professional opinion is that the CompMag would be deemed a fixed magazine in accordance with California Law. Letters from them can be found on our home page under “Recent Posts”.
Even though we have had our Firearms Attorneys approve this product as a fixed magazine according to California law, your situation may be different. For example, putting a CompMag on a banned AR-15 or a short barreled rifle (SBR) will not make it compliant. Know your local/state laws and regulations prior to purchasing this product. If you are unsure whether or not you have an assault weapon, please contact a firearms attorney.
Not held responsible for injury or damage from inaccurate assembly, misuse, illegal use or modification of this device, nor are we held responsible for your understanding or interpretation of the laws and regulations that may apply.
Patent Pending Innovation. (CompMag has 6 patents pending at this time for multiple calibers.)
Designed and Made In the U.S.A. Right here in California.