By Drew Bryant April 14th, 2022, theloadoutblog.com
Over a year ago, Magpul teased us with the sweet news of drum magazines for the Glock and H&K platforms. That wait is finally over! Magpul is proud to release three new D-50 drum magazines for the Glock and HK platforms. Each of the new drums where designed and engineered in the U.S., will be compatible with OEM Glocks, H&K MP5/Clones, and Glock based PCC’s.
The all new D-50 drums feature Magpul’s next-generation impact and crush resistance polymer along with robust stainless steel internals. The three new drum magazines are compatible with OEM Glock pistols, GL-9 PCC, and H&K MP5/HK94(clone). Each new D-50 drum will also feature a rear viewing window. This will also shooters to know when the drum is full from loading and a rough round count when shooting.
Below, is the product description of Magpul’s new D-50 drum magazine.
Lightweight but incredibly strong, our PMAG D-50 MP is a highly reliable, 9x19mm Parabellum, 50-round drum magazine for HK94/MP5 large-format pistols and pistol caliber carbines.*
The PMAG D-50 MP boasts many of the proven features of our other 9mm drums such as the PMAG D-50® EV9™ – CZ Scorpion® EVO 3. Providing 50-round capacity, the unique drum configuration keeps the height of the magazine manageable, allowing for prone firing and easier storage. For easy loading, it includes a ratcheting loading lever that removes tension from the internal spring.
To keep track of your available firepower, we’ve included a rounds-remaining rear window, a high-visibility follower and a capacity indication roller. And like our other drum magazines, the PMAG D-50 MP is easily disassembled for cleaning and maintenance.
The new D-50 drums are available now on Magpul’s website. The three new drums from Magpul retail for $124.95 MSRP.
What do you think of Magpul’s newest drum mags? Let us know in the comments below.
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