CategoriesNew Gun Releases

Strike Industries Releases New AR Multi-Angle Pistol Grip

Strike Industries has a new AR Multi-Angle Pistol Grip (MAPG) with an adjustment range from 10 to 35 degrees. The MAPG is available in two colors, black, and FDE, and will only set you back $34.95.

The grip is adjustable from10 to 35 degrees. (Photo courtesy of Strike Industries)

More about the MAPG.

The MAPG offers “a low angle for that PDW setup or modern shooting positions. Maximize the ergonomics of your AR if you shoot elbows in. For those whose style is to shoot elbows out, we have the high angles to match or go beyond the traditional A2 grip angle. For everyone in between, Strike Industries has got you covered with this adjustable grip. To adjust the angle of the grip, it’s quick and easy without even removing it from the lower receiver. Simply remove the rubber grip plug and use the included hex tool to turn to your desired angle.

The MAPG includes the Strike Pistol Grip Plug Tool Holder Insert so you can store the hex tool as well as other tools that fit or a CR2032 battery (not waterproof) in an organized storage compartment. Get a handle of your weapon with the positive aggressive texture. All hardware is included to swap out an existing grip or a great base for a brand new build. Get maximum ergonomics and a custom angle and improved handling from the Strike Industries AR Multi-Angle Pistol Grip.

Strike Industries Multi-Angle Pistol Grip in black and FDE.
Strike Industries MAPG in black and FDE. (Photo courtesy of Strike Industries)

NOTE: MAPG must be set at 35-degree to install pistol grip screw and crush washer.

COMPATIBILITY: AR-15 and AR-10 lower receivers

MAPG Product Features

• Custom adjust the perfect angle for your specific shooting comfort or needs
• Grip ranges from 10 to 35 degrees
• Low angles for PDW setups and modern shooting positions (elbows in)
• Quick & easy adjustments without removing the grip from the lower receiver using the included hex tool
• Secure storage underneath with an included rubber grip plug
• Includes Strike Pistol Grip Plug Tool Holder Insert where adjustment hex tool can live along with room for other tools or CR2032 battery (not waterproof)
• Positive aggressive texture
• All hardware needed for installation is included

The MAPG, from 35 to 10 degrees.
The MAPG, from 35 to 10 degrees. (Image: Strike Industries)


• Lenghth: 116.04mm (4.57″)
• Width: 31.30mm (1.23″)
• Height: 108.09mm (4.26″)
• Weight: 3.90 oz
• Weight w/ pkg: 5.30 oz

MAPG Package Contents

• Multi-Angle Pistol Grip (fully assembled)
• Pistol grip plug with Strike Pistol Grip Plug Tool Holder Insert
• Pistol grip screw
• Crush washer
• Hex tool [2.5mm]

Strike Industries Multi Angle Pistol Grip package contents.
MAPG package contents. (Photo courtesy of Strike Industries)

Strike Industries recommends watching the installation video.

Check out more grips at the Warehouse!

CategoriesNew Gun Releases

Calling Back to the Hi-Power: Springfield Armory’s SA-35

The Springfield Armory SA-35’s official description leads with the line, Don’t call it a classic. Okay, that’s fair — it’s a new gun. But the design is damn sure classic, which at a minimum makes the SA-35 either an homage or a pastiche, or both. 

However you define it, it’s a call back to the Browning Hi-Power, which entered Belgian service in the 30s as the Browning P-35. 

The SA-35 is another Springfield take on an older design. In this case, the result is a modernized version of the venerable Hi-Power that takes a 15-round magazine.

SA says, 

It’s had many names in its century-old history and today, we reimagine this renowned design for modern use. Based on one of the most prolific and popular pistols in small arms history, the Springfield Armory SA-35 gives today’s shooters a modern take on a revered design. Featuring subtle but significant upgrades to John Moses Browning’s original P-35, the 9mm SA-35 captures the appeal of the “wood and steel” era of arms making while offering the upgraded enhancements of today’s defensive pistols.

Made in the U.S.A., the SA-35 features rugged forged steel parts for strength and durability, improved ergonomics and enhanced controls, modern sights, improved feed ramp design, and an increased 15-round capacity. The factory-tuned trigger benefits greatly from the removal of the magazine disconnect found in the original P-35 design allowing for a smooth pull and crisp, clean break.

Call it a legend, call it an icon, but whatever you do, don’t call it a classic.

The Springfield Armory SA-35 modern a nice, somewhat film-noir setting of sorts.
The Springfield Armory SA-35 modern Hi-Power…in a nice, somewhat film-noir setting of sorts. The typewriter is a nice touch, but I may be biased.

Okay, whatever. You say legend, he says classic, I say, Let me shoot this thing, cuz I do love me some Browning Hi-Power. 

Now, because The Mag Life is the official online publication of GunMag Warehouse (oooh, we fancy), I should point this out:


» Springfield Armory SA-35 15-Round Magazine


Springfield Armory SA-35 Specs

Chambering 9mm
Barrel 4.7″ cold hammer-forged
Weight 31.5 oz
Overall Length 7.8″
Sights White dot front, serrated Tactical Rack rear
Grips Checkered walnut
Action Single-action
Finish Blued carbon steel
Capacity 15+1, one magazine included
MSRP $699
Shooting the SA-35 from Springfield
This should be me.

Find the SA-35 on the Springfield Armory website


CategoriesNew Gun Releases

Mossberg Announces Their New 590S Pump-Action Line

Today, Mossberg introduced their new 590S Pump-Action Shotgun Series. They say these are “capable of cycling 1.75, 2.75 and 3-inch shotshells interchangeably, in any combination, without the use of an adaptor. 

The 590S Series includes two full-length stock options and two versions of the bird’s head-gripped Shockwave. (Photo courtesy of Mossberg)


Based upon Mossberg’s legendary 500 pump-action platform, 590 tactical guns include non-binding twin action bars; positive steel-to-steel lock-up and anti-jam elevator; dual extractors; drilled and tapped receivers; and universally-recognized, ambidextrous top-mounted safety. Enhancing the decades-proven 500 platform is a convenient clean-out magazine tube with cap for ease of maintenance. Additional features of the 590S series include black synthetic stock and forend; cylinder bore barrel (AccuChokeTM barrel on the 20-inch version); matte blue metal finish; sling swivel studs; and logo-engraved receiver on all models.

Key design changes of the 590S include a redesigned elevator and bolt slide combined with the addition of an energy-absorbing bumper. This patent-pending innovative platform allows the user to load their choice of shotshell length (1.75, 2.75 and 3-inch) and shotshell type for their specific shooting needs, and in any combination. Use of shorter shell lengths will also increase the overall capacity of the 590S.

Mossberg 590S chamber insert
Three New Components: With redesigned Elevator and Bolt Slide, and an addition of an energy-absorbing Bumper, the 590S is capable of cycling a range of 12GA shells interchangeably – straight out of the box. (Photo courtesy of Mossberg)

590S Pump-Action Shotguns (51603/51602) – Available in two configurations, the 590S with 18.5-inch barrel features a front bead sight and corncob forend, while the 20-inch version has an adjustable Ghost Ring sight, AccuChoke-compatible barrel and versatile M-LOK compatible forend. MSRP: $605 – $708

590S Shockwave Pump-Actions (51601/51600) – The compact bird’s head-gripped Shockwave versions come with a choice of 14.375 or 18.5-inch barrel lengths; front bead sight; and strapped, corncob-style forend for ease of control. MSRP: $605

Mossberg 590S shell lengths
“The new 590S Series provides complete shotshell flexibility. Load a common shell length based on specific use or load any combination of lengths.” (Photo courtesy of Mossberg)

Mossberg 590S Pump-Action Specs

Mossberg 590S Specifications
M-LOK is a registered trademark of Magpul Industries Corp.

About Mossberg

Founded in 1919, O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., is the oldest family-owned firearms manufacturer in America, and is the largest pump-action shotgun manufacturer in the world. Celebrating 100 years of innovation, Mossberg leads the industry with over 100 design and utility patents to its credit and stands as the first ISO 9001 Certified long-gun manufacturer.

Check out our blog to read about The Case for the Lightweight Shotgun.

CategoriesNew Gun Releases

Mossberg Expands Their Pistol Line with the New MC2sc

Mossberg announced today they now have a new MC2sc optics-ready, double-stack, micro-compact 9mm. 


New MC2sc Optics-Ready Micro Compact Handgun. (Image courtesy of Mossberg)

More about the MC2sc.

With its double-stack magazines, the compact-profile MC2sc offers increased capacity but is comfortably sized for concealed carry with an overall length of 6.25 inches, height of 4.30 inches and slim 1.10-inch width. The MC2sc also features an optics-ready slide for ease of mounting micro red-dot sights. Available in two frame variants (standard and cross-bolt safety) and with optional TRUGLO Tritium ProTM Night sights, each MC2sc comes equipped with both an 11-round flush and 14-round extended magazines.

MC2sc Optics-Ready Slide.
The MC2sc optics-ready slide easily facilitates the co-witness mounting of common Micro Dot optics. (Red Dot shown, not included). (Image courtesy of Mossberg)

Constructed of glass-reinforced polymer, MC2sc frames feature high tensile strength and stiffness combined with impact and chemical resistance. The slides are 416 stainless steel and feature a black DLC (Diamond-Like Coating). For positive manipulation, the slides have angled front and rear serrations and integrated into the slide is a removable plate which allows for direct mounting of optics (Shield RSMC footprint). And unlike competitive products, the user is not required to pull the trigger to disassemble the MC2sc for routine cleaning or maintenance with Mossberg’s revolutionary STSTM (Safe Takedown System).

This easy-to-carry micro-compact features a 3.4-inch stainless steel barrel with cut-broached rifling; 1:16 twist rate; and black DLC finish. The ergonomic grip is angled at 18 degrees, naturally points like a 1911; has an added palm swell; and features Mossberg’s signature aggressive texturing for a positive, comfortable grip. MC2sc pistols have a reversible magazine release and, on select models, a reversible cross-bolt safety. Other standard features include dovetail-mounted, low-profile white 3-dot sights (drift adjustable); oversized trigger guard; and flat-profile trigger with integrated blade safety. Trigger features include short, tactile reset; reduced overtravel; and approximate 5.5-pound trigger pull weight.

Mossberg MC2sc Trigger
The flat-profile MC2sc trigger (approx. 5.5 lbs pull) has an integrated blade safety, a short, tactile reset and reduced overtravel. It features a crisp, clean break and smooth take-up. All MC2sc models have a reversible magazine release behind the trigger guard. A manual cross-bolt safety (shown with red indicator, above) is available as an option. (Photo courtesy of Mossberg)

The MC2sc flush 11-round and an extended 14-round double-stack magazines are constructed of coated steel, which offer low friction and superior wear-resistance. The magazines also feature easy-to-remove floorplates for ease of cleaning and high-visibility followers.

MC2sc Specs

Mossberg MC2sc Specifications
TRUGLO and Tritium Pro are trademarks of TRUGLO, Inc. NOTE: The patent-pending slide cover plate design is used under license from Strike Industries.

About O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc.

Founded in 1919, O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., is the oldest family-owned firearms manufacturer in America, and is the largest pump-action shotgun manufacturer in the world. Celebrating over 100 years of innovation, Mossberg leads the industry with over 100 design and utility patents to its credit and stands as the first ISO 9001 Certified long-gun manufacturer.

CategoriesNew Gun Releases

For Auto Emergencies: HEDR Vehicle Trauma Kit

The HEDR vehicle trauma kit from Dark Angel Medical has been around a while now, but they’ve apparently upgraded. They wanted it more secure for off-road driving, back-country travel, and assorted Mad Maxian adventures. This is what we know about the HEDR 2.0 vehicle IFAK. 

HEDR Vehicle Trauma Kit

Dark Angel Medical is happy to announce they’ve upgraded the original HEDR  (Headrest Emergency Deployment Rig) Trauma Kit. The updated HEDR 2.0 trauma kits are now better designed to withstand the shock of offroading and backroad travel.

“Mountains are not fair or unfair, they are just dangerous.”

Reinhold Messner

The NHTSA and CDC advise 2 million + people are injured every year in a vehicle accident. Thousands more are killed (34,000 in 2017 and 36,000 in 2019 for instance).

This makes traffic-related fatalities the third most common non-related cause of death in the United States.

animated gif of headrest medical kit being deployed

Knowing the numbers, why wouldn’t you have something in your vehicle to deal with a medical emergency? Why avoid life’s adventures just because they’re riskier than staying home?

We road-tested the HEDR in the mountains of our Colorado HQ and decided it was time for an upgrade. There’s a new retention strap to keep it securely mounted to the headrest. Additional straps inside the kit to keep individual contents firmly in place and accessible if an emergency interrupts your day  – saving you precious seconds if you need to access them.

HEDR headrest IFAK for vehicles

The HEDR is available in Black, Coyote Tan, or Wolf Grey.

Here’s what the full HEDR 2.0 kit contains:

  1 x Hemostatic Gauze (QuikClot Bleeding Control Dressing or ChitoGauze)

  1 x Pair Nitrile Gloves

  1 x Mini Compression Bandage

  1 x HALO Seals

  1 x Compressed Gauze

  1 x Eye Shield, Polycarbonate

  1 x Mylar Blanket

  1 x NPA

  1 x CAT or SOFTT-W TQ with room for 2 more tourniquets

  1 x Full Size Shears 

Dark Angel HEDR vehicle med kit


Dark Angel HEDR vehicle med kit

Note: Can be upgraded to ARS, HALO Vent or a combo of both

Complete Kit Weight: 3 lb

Complete Kit Dimensions: 6.5” Tall x 11.5” Wide x 1.5” Thick

HEDR Panel Weight: 1 lb

HEDR Panel Dimensions: 6.5” Tall x 11.5” Wide x 0.75” Thick

The HEDR deployment rig (pouch only) can be purchased separately, as can individual tourniquet holders.

Simplicity under stress.

About Dark Angel in their own words. 

Dark Angel Medical is a veteran-owned small business founded with the intention to deliver lifesaving training, provide innovative personal trauma kits, and enable anyone to deal with a life-threatening injury under time-is-life constraints.


CategoriesNew Gun Releases

Christensen Arms Introduces the New Ridgeline Scout Rifle

You may be familiar with Christensen Arms Ridgeline rifle, or the “quintessential hunting rifle” that’s been around for some time. Christensen Arms has combined “all the best features of the Ridgeline into a new, compact scout rifle.” It’s a bit more lightweight than the Ridgeline at 5.9 lbs. and they say it was designed specifically for situations requiring a “compact firearm such as hunting from a ground blind, tree stand or possible use as a truck gun.”

Christensen Arms Ridgeline Scout. (Image courtesy of Christensen Arms)

Here’s more from Christensen Arms about the Ridgeline Scout Rifle.

Building upon the ever popular Christensen Arms Ridgeline series, the Ridgeline Scout is a purpose-built, bolt-action rifle chassis that combines all the best features of the Ridgeline into a new compact scout rifle. Specialized features include a Black-Nitride coated action, 0-MOA optic rail, barricade stop, a 10-rd AICS drop-box magazine, and a flat-shoe Trigger Tech trigger, all on a tan and black carbon fiber composite Sporter stock.

Weighing in at just 5.9 lbs., the Ridgeline Scout is available in four calibers all with a 16” muzzle-threaded barrel creating an ideal suppressor host. Most Ridgeline Scout rifles are backed by the Christensen Arms Sub-MOA Guarantee.

The Ridgeline Scout for lightweight carry. (Image courtesy of Christensen Arms]

“We are excited to add the new Ridgeline Scout rifle to the Ridgeline series. The intent was to offer shooters the same familiarity and performance of the Ridgeline in a shorter, more compact, system,” said Stephen Graham, Senior VP of Marketing, Christensen Arms.

“This Ridgeline Scout has the same accuracy potential and dependability as our field-proven Ridgeline rifles, as they share many of the same features, technology and components.”

Ridgeline Scout Specifications

Chambering:           Barrel Length:           Twist Rate:           Overall length:
.300 BLK                           16”                          1/7                             37.5”
.223 REM                          16”                          1/8                             37.5”
6.5 CRDMR                       16”                          1/8                             37.5”
.308 WIN                           16”                         1/10                            37.5”

MSRP is $2,199.99 and you can contact your local firearms dealer to get your very own.

About Christensen Arms

Established in 1995, Christensen Arms is focused on incorporating top-tier aerospace materials and processes into production – resulting in some of the most lightweight, precise, and accurate firearms in the industry and around the globe. Always made in America, from the first prototype to the state-of-art current production models.

Christensen Arms Logo
Image courtesy of Christensen Arms.

CategoriesNew Gun Releases

High Speed Gear Releases the New Navigator Tech Pouch HL

High Speed Gear recently released their newest pouch, the Navigator Tech Pouch-HL. It’s $64.00 and there are seven colors to choose from.

The Navigator Tech Pouch “unfolds and suspends at a 90-degree angle.” (image courtesy of High Speed Gear)

Here’s more from High Speed Gear about the Navigator Pouch.

This compact admin pouch is designed to hold and provide easy access to most smart phones, with or without protective cases, for use with navigational apps. When opened, the lower flap is suspended at a 90-degree angle for quick viewing. The phone harness is adjustable and detachable, enabling the user to separate their phone from the pouch without removing the harness. The Navigator also features a storage compartment and two loops for compact battery packs, notebooks, pens, cable management and more.

Navigator Tech Pouch from High Speed Gear
The Navigator Tech Pouch-HL. (Image courtesy of High Speed Gear)

• Enables hands-free viewing of a smart phone or similar device
• Adjustable phone harness fits most smart phones, including large, “plus”-style devices in rugged cases (fits devices/cases as large as 7” x 3.5” x 0.75”)
• Internal pocket accommodates a compact power-bank battery, notebook or other admin items
• Features loops for pens or charging cable management
• The Navigator Tech Pouch-MOLLE has a toggle closure, which allows silent opening and snap for extra closure security when needed
• The Navigator Tech Pouch-HL features hook and loop for secure closure
• External flap features hook and loop fastener to secure flap when pouch is open
• MOLLE version includes HSGI® Clips for attachment to MOLLE or PALS

Side view of Navigator Tech Pouch
Side view of the Navigator Tech Pouch. (Image courtesy of High Speed Gear)

Navigator Tech Pouch Specifications

• Dimensions: 7”L x 1.5”W x 3.75”H, .25 lbs
• Metric: 17.78cm x 3.81cm x 9.52cm, 113.4 g

About High Speed Gear, in their own words.

High Speed Gear is dedicated to building the best 100% American-made, battle-proven tactical gear. HSGI started as a custom shop in 1999, making gear for Marines at Camp Lejeune. Since then, the company has grown to be the largest full-time employer in Swansboro, N.C., with distinct and innovative products like the TACO and the Sure-Grip Padded Belt. Our products are designed for the highest level of comfort, functionality, and versatility. Satisfaction is guaranteed for all of our customers, whether military, law enforcement or responsibly armed citizens. Our products are user driven and are designed based on the operational experiences of a wide variety of end users.

CategoriesNew Gun Releases

The Ridgeline Scout: Christensen Arms “Scout Rifle”

The Ridgeline Scout is Christensen Arms’ take on the Scout Rifle concept. True to that sort of weapon’s intended design, they say it’s a rifle created for “…situations that require a light-weight, compact firearm such as hunting from a ground blind, tree-stand, or possible use as a truck gun.” 

Initial versions available are chambered in .300 BLK, .223 RENM, 6.5 CRDMR, and .308 WIN. All have a barrel length of 16 in., though the twist rate necessarily differs. 

Suppressed Ridgeline Scout Rifle

Stephen Graham, Christensen Arms Senior VP of Marketing, says, 

We are excited to add the new Ridgeline Scout rifle to the Ridgeline series. The intent was to offer shooters the same familiarity and performance of the Ridgeline in a shorter, more compact, system/ This Ridgeline Scout has the same accuracy potential and dependability as our field-proven Ridgeline rifles, as they share many of the same features, technology, and components.”

Christensen Arms Ridgeline Scout Rifle

Here’s the rest of what we know from the release. 

Christensen Arms Ridgeline Scout Rifle

Building upon the ever-popular Christensen Arms Ridgeline series), the Ridgeline Scout is a purpose-built, bolt-action rifle chassis that combines all the best features of the Ridgeline into a new compact scout rifle. Specialized features include a Black-Nitride® coated action, 0-MOA optic rail, barricade stop, a 10-rd AICS drop-box magazine, and a flat-shoe Trigger Tech® trigger, all on a tan and black carbon fiber composite Sporter stock.

Weighing in at just 5.9 lbs., the Ridgeline Scout is available in four calibers all with a 16” muzzle-threaded barrel creating an ideal suppressor host. Most Ridgeline Scout rifles are backed by the Christensen Arms Sub-MOA Guarantee.

Close-up of AICS magazine in a Christensen Arms scout rifle.
Need AICS mags?

Ridgeline Scout Specifications

Chambering:                      Barrel Length:                  Twist Rate:                  Overall length:

.300 BLK                                 16”                                    1/7                               37.5”

.223 REM                                16”                                    1/8                               37.5”

 6.5 CRDMR                            16”                                    1/8                               37.5”

.308 WIN                                 16”                                   1/10                              37.5”         


Learn more here. 


Using a Christensen Arms Scout Rifle as a truck gun.


ALSO. Should you decide that you need one of these, Christensen Arms suggests the following steps to properly break in your barrel.


Ridgeline Scout Barrel Break-In 

Proper barrel break-in will smooth the bore of your barrel to create better consistency and accuracy. With today’s demand for accuracy, most high-quality barrel makers lap their barrels to remove minor tooling marks and create as uniform a finish as possible. This is generally done when the barrel is at the “blank” stage before the barrel has been contoured, crowned, and chambered. While this lapping technique provides great results, the post-lapping machining during the chambering process adds additional tooling marks. However it is possible to lap the barrel after the chambering process, it is very difficult and can damage the throat or create uneven gas venting behind the bullet which can lead to poor accuracy. Live fire barrel break-in can minimize these potential problems and is much more fun!

Proper barrel break-in consists of a series of shooting and cleaning sequences. Although many different break-in sequences exist, the following has been developed over the last 15 years, and is very simple, and has given excellent results.

First, make sure that the barrel is clean and free of any oil or solvents from the manufacturing process. Once clear, fire 2 three-shot groups.

With the bore guide inserted, run a solvent-soaked patch through the barrel, breach to muzzle, removing it at the muzzle. Repeat this with a new soaked patch 3 times or until no black is showing on the patch. Then scrub the barrel back and forth using the caliber-correct nylon brush soaked with solvent. Ensure the brush completely exits the muzzle and chamber before reversing direction. Repeat 20 times for a total of 40 passes through the barrel. Follow this step with a dry patch until it comes out clean and dry.

Next, using the undersized brush, run a solvent-soaked patch through the barrel, scrubbing back and forth for a total of 20 passes through the barrel. Again, ensure the patch exits both ends of the barrel before reversing direction. You will notice a blue tint on the patches from dissolving copper residue. Repeat until no blue/copper residue is found. Follow with dry patches until they come out clean and dry

Fire another 2 three-round groups for a total of 6 rounds.

Repeat steps 1-4 until you have fired a total of 50 rounds. 50 rounds are usually sufficient to smooth out the surface of the barrel lining and “break-in” your barrel. As your barrel breaks in, you will notice that it will clean faster and without using as many cleaning patches or solvents.


CategoriesNew Gun Releases

SilencerCo Adds Hybrid 46M to Their Product Line

SilencerCo recently announced the addition of their Hybrid 46M rifle suppressor to their line of products. They say it’s the world’s first modular large-bore suppressor.

Photo courtesy of SilencerCo. The new Hybrid 46M.

Here’s what they had to say:

It is the natural evolution of the original large bore suppressor, SilencerCo’s Hybrid 46, with the added benefit of being modular, giving shooters the option of using it in either a short or long configuration. The Hybrid 46M and all other SilencerCo products are available at SilencerCo Retailers.

Effectively reducing the sound signature of everything from 9mm to 10mm and 5.56 NATO to .458 SOCOM, the Hybrid 46M takes it to the next level for those who want the versatility of the Hybrid 46 with added modularity. It is compatible with virtually every centerfire firearm platform due to its wide range of available attachment accessories.

The Hybrid 46M is the perfect tool for shooters hoping to suppress a variety of calibers on both pistols and rifles with only one suppressor,” said Dewie Vieira, SilencerCo’s Senior Product Development Specialist. “It’s the first modular big bore suppressor ever; it’s the answer for those who want to suppress every small and large bore caliber.”

The real beauty of the Hybrid 46M, however, is that it allows the shooter to remove the front module, providing a shorter and lighter option that is especially useful on handguns. While SilencerCo’s Omega 36M is still the best modular option for .30 caliber pistols, the Hybrid 46M gives shooters the ability to suppress big bore pistol calibers like 45 Auto and 10MM.

Modular large-bore suppressor, SilencerCo Hybrid 46M action shot
“It’s the first modular big bore suppressor ever; it’s the answer for those who want to suppress every small and large bore caliber.” (Photo courtesy of SilencerCo.)

Product Overview

The Hybrid 46M is a light, compact, modular centerfire rifle suppressor, with the versatility to use on magnum rifles, pistols, and subguns. Both configurations are full-auto rated.

The Hybrid 46M is rated for all centerfire pistol and rifle calibers including 45 Auto, 10MM, .450 Bushmaster, .458 SOCOM, .45-70, .338 LM and up to .460 Weatherby Magnum.

SilencerCo Hybrid 46M large bore suppressor in long and short configurations.
The front module is removable,  providing a shorter and lighter option that is especially useful on handguns. (Photo: SilencerCo)

Hybrid 46M Tech Specs

  • Caliber Compatibility 9MM to 45 ACP / 5.56 NATO to 45–70 GOV & up to 338 LM
  • Total Length 5.78–9.0″
  • Weight 12.2 – 19.9 oz
  • Diameter 1.57″
  • ​Muzzle Average 128.9 dB and up
  • Finish Black Cerakote
  • MSRP $1,117

Interested in one of your very own? Here’s what you need to know.

About SilencerCo

SilencerCo, based in West Valley, UT is the nation’s leading designer and manufacturer of suppressors. Since our birth in 2008, our dedication to authenticity and innovation has never wavered. Today, we continue to focus on exceptional customer service and industry-leading products; products that are crafted by people with the utmost dedication to our industry. We are hunters, shooters, and gun enthusiasts, just like you. Our innovative and forward-thinking approach has allowed us to give the firearms industry what many said was impossible. This is what drives us to be better—to be the best. Because you—the shooter, the hunter, the Second Amendment lover—deserve the best.

More about SilencerCo.

CategoriesNew Gun Releases

AICS PMAG: the PMAG 10 5.56 AC for Bolt Guns

The PMAG 10 5.56 AC (as in AICS style) magazine has been presented by Magpul Industries as a solution to feeding small cartridge case diameters in rifles with AICS-pattern metal mags. Such calibers in that style of magazine can be problematic. 

We have a handy video that explains. It’s hosted by the spring-fed mag cousin of the TVA’s Miss Minutes and should answer any of your basic questions. 



PMAG 10 AC 5.56


Magpul explains the difficulties in more detail thusly:

“The problem with designing a detachable mag for 223 Remington in 5.56 x 45 bolt action rifles with AICS pattern bottom metal is that with small cartridge case diameters and standard bold faces, there is not a lot of room to get the geometry right.

In a conventional magazine design, this can lead to bolt over stoppages, overall length sensitivities, follow or dive, and a generally less than great experience than when feeding larger cartridges.

Magpul’s PMAG 10 5.56 AC solves this little dilemma with a polymer magazine designed for short action AICS pattern bottom metal in cartridges built on a .378 case head, and an overall length of 2.39 in. We based our solution on an offset feed lip geometry that maximizes bolt face engagement and resists follow or dive, guaranteeing reliable feeding in solving pesky bolt face overlap issues.

The PMAG 10 5.56 AC shares many features with its larger siblings in the PMAG line, with the same DNA that makes our GEN M3 PMAG  the most reliable, and most durable magazines in the world…with a unique form factor so you won’t easily mix them up with your other AICS pattern mags.

Compatible with all short action AICS pattern bottom metal, including our own bolt action magwells for the hunter family of stocks. The PMAG 10 5.56 AC sets a new standard for bolt action standard technology.”


Looking for the Magpul PMAG 10 AICS Short Action in 7.62?


PMAG 10 5.56 AC – AICS Short Action

This is the formal description provided by Richard Fitzpatrick‘s crew.

The PMAG 10 5.56 AC is a polymer 5.56×45 NATO (.223 Remington) magazine designed for short action Accuracy International Chassis Systems (AICS) pattern bottom metal, including the Bolt Action Magazine Well for the Magpul Hunter family of stocks. 

Designed with many of the same qualities that make our PMAGS the most reliable and durable in the world, the PMAG 10 5.56 AC features GEN M3 technology, including a self-lubricating follower, a stainless-steel spring, and constant-curve internal geometry for smooth feeding. It also incorporates offset feed lip geometry that maximizes bolt face engagement, guaranteeing reliable feeding and solving the bolt face issue common to other AICS-pattern magazines for 5.56 based cartridges.

Like our other Magpul bolt action magazines, it features a paint-pen dot matrix for visual identification and a flared base plate for positive control and ease of retrieval. Designed from the ground up to solve the challenges of feeding 5.56/.223, the PMAG 10 5.56 AC sets the standard for bolt action magazine technology.

Made in the USA.


PMAG 10 AC 5.56

AICS PMAG 10 Specs


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Caliber 5.56 x 45
Platform Bolt Action
Capacity 10
Weight 2.71 oz.
Height, max 5.01 in.
Length, max 3.05 in.
Other Specs
  • Width: 0.97 in. Top, 0.88 in. Base
  • Compatible with short action AICS-pattern bottom metal and 5.56×45 NATO/.223 Remington cartridges
  • Accepts cartridge overall length (COAL) of up to 2.39 in.
  • Use with other calibers such as .300 AAC Blackout is not recommended
  • Due to the feed geometry dictated by the .223 Remington cartridge and the Ruger American overall receiver length, this magazine is not recommended for use in the Ruger American rifle. While it will be possible to insert the magazine into Ruger American rifles that accept AICS-pattern magazines, function and reliability may be heavily compromised.

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