MDT Detachable box magazines are designed to fit the MDT TAC21 and LSS Chassis systems, as well as many other M24 type chassis and bottom metals. Manufactured from high quality Polymer and uses a tempered steel spring. Available in .223 and .308.
We put our magazines through vigorous testing. We have used high quality strength polymer with a high glass content to ensure durability and strength. Although not unbreakable, we have driven over these magazines with cars and trucks which did not break them.
.223 magazine: 10 rounds
MAX OAL .223: 2.550"
MDT magazines are guaranteed to work in our TAC21, LSS, LSS-XL, HS3, ESS and ACC chassis systems.
They do not work with the following inlets; Ruger American in 204/223/556/300AAC, Browning X-bolt, Winchester XPC and may require fitting in Winchester Model 70. Based on customer feedback, the following systems work well with our magazines, but fitting may be required in some cases.
KRG X-Ray - Some need adjustment
GRS riflestocks- (Configured for AICS magazines)
CDI Precision bottom metals- (Configured for AICS magazines)
Pacific tool and Gauge bottom metals- (Configured for AICS magazines)
Not recommended for .300 WSM. Use a metal magazine for this caliber as the feed lips need adjustment.
COMPATIBLE CALIBERS IN .223 MAGAZINE
.223 Magazine will accommodate the following cartridges but may require feed lip adjustments and modifications to the internal ribs.
300 Blackout was designed to feed on AR-15 magazines, and may or may not feed from an AICS magazine in your bolt action rifle.
.223 Polymer magazines will work the Magpul Hunter stock for Remington 700 with Detachable Magazine. Minor adjustment of magazine height may be required but does not work with the Magpul Hunter stock for Ruger American in 223REM / 204RUG / 300AAC.
PURCHASING A FIREARM BY MAIL ORDER
Step 1) You need a New Zealand Firearms Licence to purchase a firearm. If you don't have a licence then consider applying for one. More information available here.
Step 2) If you have a firearms licence then you can purchase any of the A Category firearms or receivers on our website. Follow the normal checkout procedure to finalise the transaction.
Step 3) Complete a police mail order form. You can download one here with all our details already filled in. You will need to fill in the Make, Model, Calibre sections of the form. You will also need to fill in your personal details.
Step 4) Take the complete police mail order form to your local police station. They will then process the form and send us a signed copy.
Step 5) Once we receive the form, usually within 24 hours after you submit it, we send you the gun via The Firearm Dealer Network. We will email you tracking information so that you can see when the gun arrives at the firearm dealer for pickup.
You can also pick up the firearm from our shop during opening hours. Please checkout the Contact Us page for details on location and opening hours.