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Amend2 Polymer 6.5 Grendel Magazines – First Look

Amend2 Magazines announced its new 6.5 Grendel magazines, the first polymer magazines dedicated to the 6.5 Grendel.

Amend2 Polymer 6.5 Grendel Magazines – First Look

The new magazines provide a lightweight and durable option for the growing number of shooters who prefer the capabilities of 6.5 Grendel and are ideal for 6mm ARC cartridges, too.

“Amend2’s 6.5 Grendel magazine provides impeccable reliability,” said Matt Bellitti, Amend2 General Manager. “These mags have been designed from the inside out to prevent nose-diving, and to ensure stability and control for the wide 6.5 Grendel cases.”

The Amend2 10 round 6.5 Grendel magazine is a sturdy, reliable AR15/M4/M16 magazine made of an advanced glass-filled polymer. It is a light, durable alternative to the standard M4/M16 USGI aluminum/steel magazines. The patented design combines internal stabilizing ribs and a new 6.5 Grendel follower. The result is lighter, easier to load, and provides greater reliability than any other Grendel magazine on the market.

Inside the magazine, rounds stack in a staggered pattern that narrows into a single stack at the top for optimal feeding. Because these magazines index rounds with the case wall instead of the case neck, they will also work with 6mm ARC.


The first of these new 6.5 Grendel magazines will hold 10 rounds. The magazines come in a variety of colors, including Black, Flat Dark Earth, OD Green and Gray and are available now.


Amend2 Polymer 6.5 Grendel Magazine Features:

  • Sturdy Impact resistant polymer with textured grip
  • Anti-tilt super follower
  • Heavy duty, non-memory, and non-corrosive stainless steel spring
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Material able to cerakote
  • Proprietary Grendel internal design

For more information, visit amend2mags.com

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