Protect Receiver From Damage When Clamping
Heavy-duty blocks allow you to firmly clamp AR-15/M16 receiver halves in a vise without risk of crushing, twisting, or otherwise distorting them when applying vise pressure or torquing the barrel nut. Keeps your rifle secure for safe, effective cleaning, assembly, and repair. Unbreakable urethane vise block takes all the clamping force, so your expensive lower receiver won’t be damaged or distorted. Insert block into the magazine housing from the top or bottom, then clamp the other end in your bench vise. The magazine catch locks to the block, safely and securely holding the rifle for assembly, disassembly, cleaning, or repair. Will not mar or scratch the finish. Fits tightly in most receivers and may require filing to fit others.
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SPECS: High-density urethane plastic, black. 5" (12cm) high, 2¼" (5.7cm) wide, ¾" (19cm) thick.
Purpose-Built for 6.5 Grendel
Feed your 6.5 Grendel AR-15 the right way with these purpose-built E-Lander 6.5 Grendel AR-15 Magazines, designed for optimum feeding of these rounds into your long-range AR-15.
E-Lander constructs their 6.5 Grendel magazines from stainless steel that is heat-treated for extra durability to stand up to the higher recoil and heftier mag spring forces needed to reliably feed these larger-diameter (than .223/5.56) rounds. There’s a heavy-duty steel floorplate to contain the high-strength magazine spring.
- Sturdy stainless steel mag body & floorplate
- Tough anti-corrosion coating
- Matte black
- Self-lubricating polymer anti-tilt follower
- Available in 4-, 10-, 17- and 24-round capacities
The E-Lander 6.5 Grendel magazines are coated with a special material that stands up to 96 hours of salt spray without corroding. The slick polymer anti-tilt follower keeps the round stack moving smoothly for added reliability.
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