Applying our expertise in advanced polymers and lightweight component design, Lancer has created the L5 and L7 Advanced Warfighter Magazines (AWM).
We’ve combined hardened steel feed lips with a high strength polymer body to yield a hybrid design that maximizes strength, reliability and minimizes weight. This hybrid design is strong enough to allow the use of unfilled polymers, enabling Lancer to produce a robust translucent magazine unlike any on the market.
Lancer Advanced Warfighter Magazines include:
L5 Advanced Warfighter Magazine (L5AWM)
Lancer set out to engineer a better 5.56 magazine; one with the reliability of steel, durability of polymer and weight of aluminum – the L5AWM. The magazine design includes a one-piece, wrap-around steel feed lip assembly and an aggressive surface texture to create the ultimate hybrid magazine tough enough for military, LE and commercial use. The internal geometry of the Advanced Warfighter Magazine is a constant curvature utilizing a non-tilting follower for reliable feeding of 5.56X45mm NATO ammunition. The body and component materials are corrosion and chemical resistant, passing military chemical testing.
The L5AWM is compatible with modern weapon systems, including M4/M16/AR, SCAR16, HK416, ARX160, SIG MCX etc.
Available in 5, 10, 10/20, 10/30, 15, 20 and 30-round capacities in translucent and opaque.
Designed, tooled, manufactured, and assembled in the USA
L7 Advanced Warfighter Magazine (L7AWM)
The L7AWM is a lightweight magazine with an integrated front guard and welded steel feed lip which provides maximize stiffness and reliability while preventing dimpling to the front of the magazine. A switchable drain in the floor plate lock comes standard on all L7s, allowing users to configure the magazine for either water-borne or extreme dust conditions. The L7AWM is designed to work in multiple weapon systems – SR25, DPMS 308, SIG 716, LM308, etc. Available now in 5, 10, 20 and 25-round capacities in translucent and opaque.
Designed, tooled, manufactured and assembled in the USA (Patent Pending).