Everyone knows that you cannot use a 30rnd magazine when you go hunting many states limit you to a 10 rnd magazine. All jokes aside, this magazine is perfect for those who want to stay in compliance but have a little extra. How prepared are you when you go on a hunt for the weekend? Its just going to be a few hours in the woods until you go back to the cabin or camp. Nothing bad could possibly happen right? Well, that’s not always the case. A survival situations can arise at anytime that could leave you stranded for days. Being able to do simple task like starting a fire, gathering tinder, or treating your water can be absolutely crucial to your survival until help arrives or the situation blows over. The geniuses over at Got Your Six have a perfect solution to carrying life saving survival gear without taking up much room!
TJ Kirgin aka Sig Glockincolt takes an in depth look at the GY6 Survival Mag.Check out the mag IN DETAIL HERE!https://shop.tacticalshit.com/got-your-six-survival-magazine
Posted by Tactical Shit on Wednesday, November 7, 2018
The Got Your Six Survival Mag has been designed from the ground up, and is proud to be the first and ONLY company to create and utilize a storage container within a functional and serviceable AR-15 magazine! Packed with a well equipped Survival Kit and designed it to work in conjunction with the magazine and it’s special capabilities
The Survival Mag has been designed to work with the AR15 Platform and holds a maximum of 10 rounds of 5.56 NATO or .223 Rem ammunition and maintains a traditional 30 round magazine form factor. (Meaning the overall size of the Survival Mag is the same as a normal 30 round magazine)
The lower storage container portion of the Survival Mag houses a well equipped survival kit and is secured using proprietary metal GY6 Retention tool.
Heres whats inside the Survival Kit:
Beer Bottle Opener
4 Position Wrench
Butterfly Screw Wrench
Direction Ancillary Indication (Water Compass)
2 Position Wrench
Keychain or lanyard Hole
Function ID Card
The storage container can be used to make an improvised drip water filter or to treat and transport small amounts of water.