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Mission First Tactical 15-Round Capacity MFT Mags for Colorado and NJ Available

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 8:17
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MFT, the new leader in the advanced small arms accessories, produces 15-rd MFT Mags™ to meet CO and NJ gun laws.

15-Round MFT Magazine

Mission First Tactical
MFT

Horsham, Pa. (Ammoland.com)Mission First Tactical (MFT), innovators and leaders in the design of advanced arms accessories, is now making available their bestselling 30-round MFT Polymer Magazine in a 15-round restricted capacity to comply with Colorado and New Jersey firearm magazine regulations. The popularity of the MFT Mags™, designed for the AR-15/M4 and capable of use with a variety of non-AR-15/M4 platforms, triggered an avalanche of customer requests for compliant magazines.

“The MFT Mags were originally designed with the warfighter or tactical operator in mind,” David Edelman, Vice President of Mission First Tactical explained. “Many of the unique features and super tough polyamide construction of these mags quickly made them a top choice for serious shooters and hunters as well. We take what our customers say seriously and deliver products that are fully mission-ready capable. Our MFT Mags all come with a lifetime warranty; that demonstrates our 100 percent commitment behind every product.”

15 Round MFT Magazine
15 Round MFT Magazine

The 15-round capacity MFT Mag (PN: 15/30PM556BAG) is made possible by an internal limiter.  The bottom of the magazine is “permanently” sealed. On the floor plate, a red pin indicates the 15-round mag block.

The CO/NJ compliant MFT Mag, produced from the same military-grade reinforced polyamide from DuPont, is made right here in the United States, as all MFT products are. The 15-round mag features a stipple texture and low profile front ribs for confident handling of magazines and easier extraction. The floorplate flares to also aid in extraction while providing drop protection. It is compatible with tight double and triple magazine pouches. An oversized bolt-catch notch, located in the rear of the magazine, allows for more bolt-catch clearance. A fully functional drain hole ensure that the magazine fully drains under adverse weather or shooting conditions. The MFT Mags 15-round capacity 5.56 NATO magazine with a long-life stainless steel spring and four-way, anti-tilt follower ensure reliable and consistent feeding in any scenario. MSRP is $16.99.

For more on Mission First Tactical and all the MADE IN THE USA products, visit www.missionfirsttactical.com or MFT Facebook and YouTube.

About Mission First Tactical:

Mission First Tactical (MFT) designs and develops select USA Made rifle/carbine accessories specifically for the Military, Law Enforcement and Civilian markets. The MFT team has over 75 years of industry experience in taking concepts to front-line deployment. From the beginning MFT’s mission is to develop leading edge products for individual’s operating in harm’s way. Success for every operator’s mission is Mission First Tactical’s intent. www.missionfirsttactical.com

Battlelink™ Buttstocks, Engage™ Pistol Grips, React™ Grip Series, Torch™ Laser & Light Mounts, E-Volv™ and MFT Mags™ brands are trademarks of Mission First Tactical, LLC. All company and product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective sources.

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