The Magpul® PMAG® 10 LR/SR GEN M3 magazine is a 10-round, 308 Win / 7.62 NATO, lightweight, high reliability magazine for the Ruger® SR-762® and Ruger Precision® Rifle. This magazine fits all 308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor and 243 Win Precision Rifles. This magazine features crush resistant polymer construction, an anti-tilt follower and a snap on Impact/Dust Cover. Made in the USA by Magpul®.
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|Product ReviewsClick here to review this item|
|High quality magazine at a reasonable price||12/29/2022|
|I have always been a fan of the metal body magazines but when I picked up my 6.5 RPR it came with two pmags and while I have a pile of AICS magazines that I love and typically use for my 7.62 bolt action rifles. But so far after using these mags for a year I ended up buying a dozen of them on sale. I just wish that they made them for the magnum guns . But thats just my opinion. But I definitely will be getting more of these in the future for my 7. 62 bolt actions. But I definitely do still love my metal body magazines especially for the 7.62 guns or larger rifles. I did have a 20 round sr25 mag on the gunsmithing bench and I tried it out. But it ran well in my 6.5 Creedmoor RPR. It was also a ton of fun running a box of ammo without having to change magazines. But it did work great but I do think that it caused me to run through the few boxes of ammo to fast when compared to the 5 and 10 round pmags.|
|- AW, FL|
|What I expected||7/19/2022|
|Seems to work well, no jamming. So far after a few months, I have had No issues.|
|Ive owned my 6.5 Cdmr RPR for several years now. Although I havent been able to get to the range as often as Id like to I have put several 100 rnds through the rifle using these mags without any issues what so ever. Id have no hesitation in recommending these mags.|
|- Chuck Comer, FL|
|I would like to see this magazine maid in metal it is difficult to work in plastic.|
|- Larry Belschner, CA|
|I am pretty happy with the mags and the rifle. First few loads were really stiff and sticking. After about 100 rds it really started to be like butter.|
|Not at all||12/21/2017|
|The two that came with a 1000$ plus gun are useless. Why would this be the choice? The stagger pushes the sides out and makes them difficult to get up in the rifle and seated. I was only loading 3-5 in a 10 round mag. With the sides bulging it pulled the length in and didn’t allow the rounds to move freely. This reminds me of Harley, furnish inferior on the sale so I have to upgrade from the accessory book. Not cool.|
|- Jim Verhaal, UT|