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Ammunition Storage Components

This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com

Ammunition Storage Components (ASC) supplies some of the firearms industry’s leading manufacturers with quality stainless steel and aluminum magazines.

The Magazine Company with a Huge Heart

ASC, located in Connecticut, supplies stainless steel and aluminum AR-15 and AR-10 magazines to several large and well-known OEMers. That list currently includes Smith & Wesson, Bushmaster, DPMS, SOTA Arms, Windham Weaponry, and Hardened Arms to name a few.

In the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy (2012), ASC was one of the few manufacturers who never raised the prices of their AR-15 and AR-10 magazines.

But ASC is about more than just .223/5.56 magazines.

Does That One Come In .223/5.56?

ASC caters to the entire line of AR-15 and AR-10 calibers. Yes, every caliber, every size, and every legal hoop anyone in any state can get a compliant magazine for their AR.

ASC also offers magazine racks and replacement spring kits to ensure your magazine continues to run flawlessly for thousands and thousands of rounds to come!

They even have Colt-style 9mm magazines.  They’ve also recently launched 6.5 Grendel and 6.8SPC magazines.

Coming soon (potentially Q2 of 2018), ASC will release a line of dedicated .300 Blackout, 22 Nosler, and 6.5 Creedmoor magazines.

The team from ASC at SHOT Show 2018 dropped rumors that a .224 Valkyrie magazine may be in the works as well! 

A portion of all of the sales of ASC’s pink magazines goes to breast cancer research.

What makes ASC’s magazines so different?

ASC created a proprietary nano-coating that makes the magazines hard and durable. They also built-in lubricity to create a slicker action on the no-tilt followers.

These aren’t simply “magazines”. They’re cutting-edge robotics technology being put to use for the customer’s benefit.

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