SHOT Show 2014: Caldwell AR-15 Mag Charger

Caldwell AR-15 Mag Charger

Caldwell AR-15 Mag Charger

It’s all fun and games until your magazine runs dry.

Thanks to Caldwell’s new AR-15 Mag Charger, you can get back to the fun faster than ever, as in a full 30-round magazine in just seconds. Simply drop a 50-round box of .223, 5.56 or .204 ammo into the Mag Charger, snap a magazine into the slot and push, push, push the plunger.

Each stroke dumps five rounds into you magazine. It’s as simple as that.

The Mag Charger is compatible with all AR platform magazines in both mil spec and molded plastic and works on magazines of all sizes, including drum-type magazines. You don’t even have to touch a single round. No more shredded finger tips from sharp magazine edges. The Mag Charger is made of tough polycarbonate plastic. Check it out!


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2 thoughts on “SHOT Show 2014: Caldwell AR-15 Mag Charger

  1. Northerner

    that is an awesome loader for the big rounds and it will sell very good but you now need to make one that will feed .22LR into the mags for the CMMG converters which are hands down the most popular .22 conversion kit for the AR platform and that loader would sell like gangbusters!

    1. JMass_M14

      Right On, Northerner! A .22 Charger really would sell like hotcakes! And from the latest rumor-mill gossip that I’ve come across, it looks like around May when the .22LR will be back out on the marketplace in any quantity to satisfy our desperate NEED for that particular round. Wow!, What a Loadin’ Machine!

      Jim

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