A 50rd mag just a little longer than standard 40!
The TorkMag-50’s dual spring, balanced torque system and self-leveling follower actively equalizes force on the nose and tail of loaded rounds, preventing the bolt-over-base and bullet nose diving malfunctions that have plagued large magazines.
Because their workload is shared, both springs can be scaled down without sacrificing optimum resistance and reliability. The springs’ reduced footprint beneath the follower allows our design to be highly space efficient.
Follower is also self-lubricating and self-cleaning. No-Slip Grip Bars on front and rear walls.
Successfully tested without any modification: 5.56x45mm/.223 Rem, .300 Blackout, .458 SOCOM, .50 Beowulf and .450 Bushmaster. Holds 18 rounds of .458 SOCOM and .50 Beowulf.
Length: 11.2" (284.5mm)
U.S. Patent 9,062,924
Made in the USA.
*TorkMag-50 is known to the state of California to cause cancer. Also in CO, CT, NJ, MD, MA, and NY.
It is solely your responsibility to know your state and local laws when ordering. TorkMag Inc. is not responsible for any legal issues arising from possession of our products where prohibited by law.
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they ran 100%
Works Well no hick-ups
First of all, the magazine feeds fine, Great actually, I gave it 2 stars because out of the five mags I received, 1 arrived with a broken follower, 2 followers have broken after they're first use, (@50 round capacity) 1 mag split halfway down the shell(I duct taped the split after reassembly and covered with hockey tape below the insertion line) If you don't care for last round hold open and tape them right away, they're cheap and feed up to 10 rounds per second without issues. I coupled two together and it's a lot of fun.
Work Very well feeds all ammo without a hickup. Well worth the purchase price!!!
bought 5 last year and they all run 100%
Bought one of these to try with 458 Socom. Loaded the magazine with 18 rounds on a Thursday and shot it 2 days later. The rounds fed without any jams. Loaded with another 18 rounds and shot it again without any jams. Ordered more magazines in different sizes. The 50 round is pretty long, but in some ways seems like it would be less cumbersome than a 50-round drum. I ordered a few more 50-round magazines just because Brandon says I don't need them, but I think I'll find the smaller sizes more practical in most uses.