M14 Magazine - 20 Round

M14 Magazine

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We stock the very best M14 magazine that money can buy, the MIL-SPEC M14 Magazine made in Taiwan for the T57 rifle. These magazines are produced to ensure that the Taiwanese military has a constant supply of high quality magazines for their M14 rifles that remain in service. Guaranteed to fit, feed, and function in any firearm that is designed to use mil-spec M14 mags.

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SKU T-0003
Color Black
  • Buy 5 for $19.95 each and save 20%

Description / M14 Magazine

Features:

  • USGI-SPEC M14 Magazine
  • Holds 20-Rounds of 7.62x51
  • Blued Steel Finish 
  • Factory New

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Manufacturer United Defense LLC

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Customer Reviews

Well worth the money
Review by neil
Verified Buyer
I use these at the range a lot. I have had no FTF. Rocks and locks in the mag well nicely. I ordered more after using the first order of T57's from KS. Great price/value and works great. Get some!
EXCELLENT MAGAZINES
Review by Eric
Verified Buyer
I purchased 4 of these magazines for a brand new M1A synthetic model. I was skeptical as others were in these reviews but after 100rds total through these magazines I found no issues at all. They perform extremely well without damaging shell casings and they fit without any wobble. The finish on them is extremely nice and way better then the gov't model mags for triple the price. I would definitely recommend these to anyone with an M1A. For the price and the quality that you receive this is a no brainier and worth every penny. Save $$$ on your mags so that you can upgrade other items on your M1A. I also just ordered a few more since I was on this website leaving this review. Overall EXCELLENT product!!!!
Great Mags
Review by Philip
Verified Buyer
I bought 5 of these mags and I was very impressed with the quality, fit and finish. I will be buying more. They worked very well and I had no problems. They beat the day lights out of the Gov’t models.

Just great mags.
A Worthy Product
Review by Scott
Verified Buyer
I read all of the reviews before ordering these mags. My need is somewhat different than most except for the guy who also purchased these mags for a MVP Scout. I was a little suspicious of foreign make magazines until I got them. As noted before, each mag was individually packaged with a light grease coating. I disassembled one completely, cleaned it well, reassembled it, and started testing.

First I checked for burrs and sharp edges. There were a few sharp edges that I removed easily. Honestly, I've never found any magazine that didn't need a little smoothing. Next I checked for fit. It inserted into the MVP Scout mag well easily and clicked into place with authority. Upon release it dropped freely away. Then, I loaded the mag to capacity for a cycle test through the action. At first I could only get 19 rounds to load but after a couple of cycles I managed to get number 20 into the magazine with little effort.
All 20 rounds cycled through the action with no failures. However, the bolt had to be worked briskly which isn't necessarily bad. Just something you need to know. This isn't an uncommon occurrence for bolt guns.
The ejected rounds had some marks on them but NO gouges. I wasn't upset by this. In fact I expected it and I've seen far worse with much more expensive magazines on other rifles. It is a non-issue.
The magazines did have some small amount of play. They didn't rattle and they worked no matter how the mag was manipulated.
These magazines look good cosmetically, are well made, function flawlessly, and are very reasonably priced. I think they represent an outstanding value and highly recommend them.
Great magazines
Review by Killashrub
Verified Buyer
I was a little leery purchasing these because everyone who is an M1a owner knows that if you skimp out on magazines they do not work. Or in other words if you don't use Springfield Armory or Checkmate magazines then they wont work and will just be a waste of money. But I saw the reviews were good on these magazines so I bought 2.

Upon arrival they were packaged well and individually wrapped. The first thing I noticed was there was grease or oil on the follower. I wiped it down. The magazines are coated in a Teflon coating that is nice even and dark and also appears to be tough. It would be better if it was parkerizing but in the end it matches my all black mk14 better anyway. I did a tap test on the side of the magazine and the steel used sounds solid and the same sound as the CMI magazine. The welds on the magazine look well done as well. I loaded 20 rounds into the magazine and it held no more than 20. Each round made a nice tactile thud into place as the CMI magazines do. The feed lips did not want to bend and I could not bend them with my hand like the cheap crap magazines do. Inserting the magazine and removing it a few times was just as easy as any top dollar magazine. The magazine could be inserted with the bolt of the rifle closed. I actuated the rifle till all 20 rounds were removed from the magazine. All the rounds fed and ejected with no hiccups or problems. The last round hold open worked as well. I then loaded and unloaded the magazine a few more times with no problem. After that I did a few drop tests on concrete standing with the magazine empty with no problems at all. Then I loaded it up and did a few drops with no problems. I then put the magazine in the rifle and actuated the bolt till the mag was empty and all functioned flawlessly.

I took the magazines with me to the range and the drop test magazine had 100 rounds of m80 ball ammo through it without a problem, the rifle used was an M1A scout. The second magazine that is brand new I put 20 rounds of federal gold medal match 175g ammo in and inserted it into my M1A National Match EBR all rounds cycled perfect and last round hold functioned flawlessly in both. In closing I have found these magazines to function flawlessly, be just as tough, and just as well made as CMI or Springfield top dollar magazines at half the cost. The only possible small negative imo is the color. Its a semi gloss black but it makes it a prime candidate for custom paint. 10/10 on my scale overall. I have since ordered another 4 magazines for a total of 6 which have all had the same quality. I plan to buy another 14 for a total of 20. Buy these magazines, you will not be disappointed.
M14 Magazine (Taiwan T57)
Review by Foy D
Verified Buyer
Magazines;each in a sealed bag, lightly oiled, uniform finish, well made in appearance, fits a M1A as would expect, well packed in shipping box, and fast shipping as is the usual with Keep Shooting.
I'll be getting more!
Review by charles
Verified Buyer
Haven't used them yet but appear be excellent quality. They are solid and don't have the issues I've read about on other websites(CTD). Hope the supply lasts, I'll be getting more!
Great Mags!
Review by Chase
Verified Buyer
Excellent mags, at an excellent price. I don't think there is a better price out there. As many people know, real M14 mags from the 1960s are super expensive and not really for sale anywhere, these are a great alternative. Never had any issues with them whatsoever, no feeding issues, lock right into place, and seem to be unbreakable . The only thing is it's a black gloss finish, and not a parkerized like the mags the US used. But if you can get over that, these mags are for you. I recommend buying multiple.
Best kept secret out there
Review by Frank
Verified Buyer
Mags are terrific. Really well made, very nice black teflon finish and (most importantly) function flawlessly. Don't really need more but I'll be buying more. Great product.
Great mags
Review by Boo Radley
Verified Buyer
I have about 30 of these mags and they have all functioned perfectly. Both my M1a and Mossberg MVP like the mags. Buy some, you won't regret it!

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