Laser Engraved Magpul Pmag for 300 AAC Blackout AR15 Rifles

Laser Engraved 300 AAC Blackout Magpul Pmag

Laser Engraved 300 AAC Blackout Magpul Pmag

So you just finished your 300 AAC Blackout AR15 rifle did you?  With the amount of accessories available for AR’s these days, custom and personalized parts are becoming the next greatest thing in allowing you to take your rifle to the next level of awesomeness.  The Magpul PMAG is no exception.  Through a unique process we are able to permanently engrave text and images into the polymer of the magazine using an industrial laser engraving machine.  The laser actually super heats the polymer to the point of foaming, which results in tiny air bubbles forming in the polymer.  So in effect, it makes the polymer lighter in the areas we hit with the laser.  This is a pretty slow process as it has to be done carefully so as not to melt the polymer all together.  The PMAGs are a great canvass to express your opinion or pro-2nd amendment sentiment to all of your buddies at your next range party.  We all know and love the Magpul PMAG for what it is primarily, a highly reliable functioning magazine, and we all have stacks of them sitting around, so what better use for a few of them to engrave and personalize them.  This particular mag has been marked “300 Blackout” in a cool font.  Slap this sucker in the next time you go to the range and let everybody know that you aren’t just your everyday AR plinker shooting milsurp 556 ammo, but that you are sending some serious lead downrange (and lets face it, some serious dinero….).  These mags are simple but quite effective at communicating the tacticoolness of your rifle.  As a side note, if you have multiple AR’s including some chambered in 556/223, this is an easy way to keep your rounds separate to prevent the bad scenario that could happen if you try to load the wrong round in your gun (think KA-BOOM!)  All in all, you can’t really go wrong with these mags if you have a Blackout, stash a few in your go bag, or just keep them ready for the range.  Check out a short video on how we make these in house below, and head to ManVentureOutpost.com to pick a few up.