CAA AR15 M16 Picatinny Magazine Holder MPS
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CAA AR15/M16 Picatinny Magazine Holder (MPS)

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SKU:
CAA-MPS
UPC:
814716013021
MPN:
MPS
  • CAA AR15/M16 Picatinny Magazine Holder (MPS)
  • CAA AR15/M16 Picatinny Magazine Holder (MPS)
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Description

  • Clamps onto any Picatinny rail allowing the operator to position a spare magazine for quick access, reducing reload time
  • Ideal for use with our CBS collapsible stock or PRFCS Picatinny rail for existing collapsible stocks
  • Fully ambidextrous design, accepts M16/AR15 style aluminum magazines
  • Can be belt mounted using RC1/RC2 belt clip
  • High density polymer construction
  • No straps to contend with, MPS magazine holder retains mag firmly while allowing removal with the touch of a finger on the ergonomic lever

The CAA-Tactical AR-15 Magazine Holder, Picatinny Rail (MPS) clamps onto any Picatinny rail allowing the operator to position a spare magazine for quick access, reducing reload time. The model features fully ambidextrous design, and accepts M16/AR15 style magazines.

The AR-15 Magazine Holder is designed for durability and high performance in tactical use.

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Specification

Material Polymer
Rifle Type AR-15, M16
Measurements (L x W x H), in 4.0" x 1.5" x 3.0"
Weight, oz 2.1
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Additional Information

Name
Value
Activity:
Hunting,Shooting
Color:
Black
Department:
Firearm Accessories
Firearm Fit:
AR-15, M16
Product Type:
Buttstocks
Stock Type:
Adjustable
Serialized Item:
F
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1 Review

  • 5
    CAA AR15/M16 Picatinny Magazine Holder (MPS)

    Posted by Trusted customer on Sep 9th 2017

    I stumbled across these on a manufacturer sale, and picked up three for various AR's on the bench. They were designed for the rail on CAA's CBS buttstock, but work just as well at the opposite end of the gun mounted on a side rail of my Mk 18 pistol's handguard to keep a spare mag handy for when Things Go Bump In The Night, without the potential NFA issues of competitor FAB Defense's mag-carrier foregrip.

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