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OKAY Industries SureFeed AR-15 5.56NATO 30 Round Magazine FDE

OKAY Industries SureFeed AR-15 5.56NATO 30 Round Magazine FDE
OKAY Industries SureFeed AR-15 5.56NATO 30 Round Magazine FDE
Manufacturer OKAY Industries
MPN: OK483TANP
Availability: 1413
Location: Warehouse 4
OUR PRICE: $11.99
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Warning this product is known to the state of California to cause [cancer] [birth defects or other reproductive harm].

Okay Industries SureFeed AR-15 Magazine 5.56 NATO 30 Round Magazine FDE

As an experienced sportsman, law enforcement professional or firearms expert, you know the difference a great product provides. Reliable, durable, and ready to make every shot - that’s what you can expect with SureFeed. For more than 40 years, SureFeed Magazines have been recognized for reliable feeding and flawless firing in any AR-15 compatible platform. These proven magazines are the choice for adults who understand that - whether you’re on the hunt or on the range - every round, every time is the goal of the expert sportsman. These are legendary magazines that are perfect for any AR-15 modern sporting rifle.

Reliability rules when you’re choosing a magazine. We put each and every SureFeed magazine through a multi-step inspection and testing process. Our proprietary quality control ensures every SureFeed magazine lives up to its name and remains true to our legendary performance heritage. If you’re an experienced firearm expert, you demand the expertise of a SureFeed magazine.

Product Features
- 30 round Aluminum AR-15 magazine
- Hardcoat anodized with an flat dark earth finish
- Four-way, anti-tilt, self-lubricating follower
- Mil-Spec stainless steel follower spring
- Each magazine passes a rigorous inspection and testing process
- 100% made in the U.S.A. 

Specifications
Manufacturer: Okay Industries
Brand: SureFeed
Caliber: 5.56 NATO
Compatibility: AR-15
Capacity: 30 Rounds
Color: Flat Dark Earth
Material: Polymer
MPN: OK483TANP

About the Manufacturer
Okay Industries is an award winning ISO certified contract manufacturer of stamped and CNC machined components for medical, firearms, automotive, and commercial applications. Technological excellence, production proven prototyping (R), and single source value added resources set OKAY apart from the competition.

About SureFeed Magazine Company
Proud of our history. Proud of our professionalism. We co-developed the original 30-round M16 magazine with the U.S. Army in 1973. But our history goes back even further, dating back to WWII when our company, then known as B. Jahn, made millions of magazines for the M1 Carbine. Since then, we have been a preferred supplier to the U.S. Government in times of international conflict, including Iraq, Afghanistan and flashpoints around the world.

Because of their superior battle-proven performance, our Mil-Spec M16/M4 magazines have earned the reputation as the best available by U.S. soldiers. Now law enforcement personnel, firearm experts and professional sportsmen can also rely on our unmatched performance, and leading AR-15 manufacturers can utilize our trusted magazine. Our parts are 100% made in the U.S.A. to exacting standards, so professionals can feel confident that if they’re on the range, on the job, or at a competition - flawless performance can be theirs.



About the 5.56X45mm NATO Cartridge
The 5.56�45mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 5.56 NATO) is an intermediate cartridge developed in the United States and originally chambered in the M16 rifle. Under STANAG 4172, it is a standard cartridge for NATO forces as well as many non-NATO countries. It is derived from, but is not identical to, the .223 Remington cartridge.

During the late 1950s, ArmaLite and other U.S. firearm designers started their individual Small Caliber/High Velocity (SCHV) assault rifle experiments using the commercial .222 Remington cartridge. When it became clear that there was not enough powder capacity to meet U.S. Continental Army Command's (CONARC) velocity and penetration requirements, ArmaLite contacted Remington to create a similar cartridge with a longer case body and shorter neck. This became the .222 Remington Special. At the same time, Springfield Armory's Earle Harvey had Remington create an even longer cartridge case then known as the .224 Springfield. Springfield was forced to drop out of the CONARC competition, and thus the .224 Springfield was later released as a commercial sporting cartridge known as the .222 Remington Magnum. To prevent confusion among all of the competing .222 cartridge designations, the .222 Remington Special was renamed the .223 Remington. With the U.S. military adoption of the M16 rifle in 1963, the .223 Remington was standardized as the 5.56�45mm NATO. As a commercial sporting cartridge the .223 Remington was introduced in 1964.

5.56 NATO Cartridge Specifications
Parent case .223 Remington
Case type Rimless, bottleneck
Bullet diameter 5.70 mm (0.224 in)
Neck diameter 6.43 mm (0.253 in)
Shoulder diameter 9 mm (0.354 in)
Base diameter 9.58 mm (0.377 in)
Rim diameter 9.60 mm (0.378 in)
Rim thickness 1.14 mm (0.045 in)
Case length 44.70 mm (1.760 in)
Overall length 57.40 mm (2.260 in)
Case capacity 1.85 cm3 (28.5 gr H2O)
Rifling twist 178 mm or 229 mm (1 in 7 in or 9 in, originally 1 in 14 in)
Primer type Small rifle
Maximum pressure (EPVAT) 430 MPa (62,366 psi)
Maximum pressure (SCATP 5.56) 380 MPa (55,114 psi)



About the 5.56X45mm NATO Cartridge
The 5.56�45mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 5.56 NATO) is an intermediate cartridge developed in the United States and originally chambered in the M16 rifle. Under STANAG 4172, it is a standard cartridge for NATO forces as well as many non-NATO countries. It is derived from, but is not identical to, the .223 Remington cartridge.

During the late 1950s, ArmaLite and other U.S. firearm designers started their individual Small Caliber/High Velocity (SCHV) assault rifle experiments using the commercial .222 Remington cartridge. When it became clear that there was not enough powder capacity to meet U.S. Continental Army Command's (CONARC) velocity and penetration requirements, ArmaLite contacted Remington to create a similar cartridge with a longer case body and shorter neck. This became the .222 Remington Special. At the same time, Springfield Armory's Earle Harvey had Remington create an even longer cartridge case then known as the .224 Springfield. Springfield was forced to drop out of the CONARC competition, and thus the .224 Springfield was later released as a commercial sporting cartridge known as the .222 Remington Magnum. To prevent confusion among all of the competing .222 cartridge designations, the .222 Remington Special was renamed the .223 Remington. With the U.S. military adoption of the M16 rifle in 1963, the .223 Remington was standardized as the 5.56�45mm NATO. As a commercial sporting cartridge the .223 Remington was introduced in 1964.

5.56 NATO Cartridge Specifications
Parent case .223 Remington
Case type Rimless, bottleneck
Bullet diameter 5.70 mm (0.224 in)
Neck diameter 6.43 mm (0.253 in)
Shoulder diameter 9 mm (0.354 in)
Base diameter 9.58 mm (0.377 in)
Rim diameter 9.60 mm (0.378 in)
Rim thickness 1.14 mm (0.045 in)
Case length 44.70 mm (1.760 in)
Overall length 57.40 mm (2.260 in)
Case capacity 1.85 cm3 (28.5 gr H2O)
Rifling twist 178 mm or 229 mm (1 in 7 in or 9 in, originally 1 in 14 in)
Primer type Small rifle
Maximum pressure (EPVAT) 430 MPa (62,366 psi)
Maximum pressure (SCATP 5.56) 380 MPa (55,114 psi)



About the 5.56X45mm NATO Cartridge
The 5.56�45mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 5.56 NATO) is an intermediate cartridge developed in the United States and originally chambered in the M16 rifle. Under STANAG 4172, it is a standard cartridge for NATO forces as well as many non-NATO countries. It is derived from, but is not identical to, the .223 Remington cartridge.

During the late 1950s, ArmaLite and other U.S. firearm designers started their individual Small Caliber/High Velocity (SCHV) assault rifle experiments using the commercial .222 Remington cartridge. When it became clear that there was not enough powder capacity to meet U.S. Continental Army Command's (CONARC) velocity and penetration requirements, ArmaLite contacted Remington to create a similar cartridge with a longer case body and shorter neck. This became the .222 Remington Special. At the same time, Springfield Armory's Earle Harvey had Remington create an even longer cartridge case then known as the .224 Springfield. Springfield was forced to drop out of the CONARC competition, and thus the .224 Springfield was later released as a commercial sporting cartridge known as the .222 Remington Magnum. To prevent confusion among all of the competing .222 cartridge designations, the .222 Remington Special was renamed the .223 Remington. With the U.S. military adoption of the M16 rifle in 1963, the .223 Remington was standardized as the 5.56�45mm NATO. As a commercial sporting cartridge the .223 Remington was introduced in 1964.

5.56 NATO Cartridge Specifications
Parent case .223 Remington
Case type Rimless, bottleneck
Bullet diameter 5.70 mm (0.224 in)
Neck diameter 6.43 mm (0.253 in)
Shoulder diameter 9 mm (0.354 in)
Base diameter 9.58 mm (0.377 in)
Rim diameter 9.60 mm (0.378 in)
Rim thickness 1.14 mm (0.045 in)
Case length 44.70 mm (1.760 in)
Overall length 57.40 mm (2.260 in)
Case capacity 1.85 cm3 (28.5 gr H2O)
Rifling twist 178 mm or 229 mm (1 in 7 in or 9 in, originally 1 in 14 in)
Primer type Small rifle
Maximum pressure (EPVAT) 430 MPa (62,366 psi)
Maximum pressure (SCATP 5.56) 380 MPa (55,114 psi)

Please Read Our Magazine Disclaimer:

We comply with ALL Federal, State, and Local laws that restrict the sale and transfer of firearm magazine feeding devices. It is also YOUR responsibility to know your local and state laws which may prohibit or restrict your ability to purchase certain products we offer for sale.

California ‐ NO HIGH CAPACITY MAGAZINE SHIPMENTS
Colorado ‐ 15 rounds or less
Hawaii ‐ We don't ship to Hawaii

Illinois ‐
   Aurora ‐ 15 rounds or less
   Chicago ‐ 12 rounds or less
   Cicero ‐ 15 rounds or less
   Franklin Park ‐ 16 rounds or less
   Oak Park ‐ 10 rounds or less
   Riverdale ‐ 35 rounds or less of centerfire

Indiana ‐
   South Bend ‐ 15 rounds or less

Massachusetts ‐ 10 rounds or less
Maryland ‐ 10 rounds or less
New Jersey ‐ 15 rounds or less

New York ‐
   Buffalo ‐ 5 rounds or less
   Pochester ‐ 5 rounds or less
   New York City ‐ 5 rounds or less
   All Others ‐ 10 rounds or less. Pre-ban magazines are not allowed

Washington DC ‐ No Magazines allowed

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