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The Top Ten Magpul Products

Raised Magpul sights

Growing dynamically over the last 15 years, Magpul stems from former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Richard Fitzpatrick’s design called the Magpul—a simple design that aids operators in manipulating magazines during reloads.

There is no denying Magpul’s impact on the black rifle market. The tactical accessories company’s PMAGS are the most popular AR-15 magazines in the world. The MBUS folding sights and MOE handguards and collapsible stocks are also favorites of shooters. Many of the major players use Magpul’s MOE furniture on their AR-15s, including Bushmaster, DPMS, Colt, SIG Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Windham Weaponry, as well as many others. Usually, if you don’t find a Magpul accessory on an AR-15, the weapon still ships with a Magpul PMAG. These companies use Magpul because its products are some of the best in the industry. Magpul’s products are reliable, durable and highly functional. They look good, are made in the USA, and are affordable to boot. Around here, we die-hard Magpul fans not only sport Magpul logo t-shirts and hats, but we cover our phones with Magpul-brand phone cases.

Black Magpul PMAG Gen 3 AR-15 rifle magazine.
Seriously, you can never have enough PMAGs.

The original Magpul is still available for 5.56mm NATO, 7.62 NATO and for 9mm subgun magazines, but Magpul’s rails, stocks, handguards and grips have become the more popular items Magpul makes.

For Magpul Monday, I have gathered the top 10 Magpul accessories and top 10 Magpul-enhanced long guns and list them here starting with the best selling. If you don’t have Magpul accessories, you don’t have the “unfair advantage.”

Accessories

  1. PMAGs, 5.56mm and 7.62
  2. MBUS flip up sights
  3. MOE stock
  4. MOE handguards
  5. B.A.D. lever (Battery-Assist Device)
  6. AFG and AFG2 foregrips
  7. XTM Rail covers
  8. RVG vertical grip
  9. ASAP sling attachment point
  10. MOE trigger guard

Long Guns

  1. Colt 6920 Magpul Series semiautomatic rifle
  2. Bushmaster Firearms MOE Enhanced ORC semiautomatic rifle
  3. Del-Ton AR-15 ECHO 316 semiautomatic rifle
  4. S&W M&P15 MOE semiautomatic rifle
  5. Mossberg 590 A1 Magpul pump-action shotgun
  6. Del-Ton Sierra 316 MOE semiautomatic rifle
  7. Windham Weaponry SRC semiautomatic rifle
  8. S&W M&P 15-22 MOE semiautomatic rifle
  9. Remington 870 Express MOE pump-action shotgun
  10. DPMS MOE Warrior semiautomatic rifle

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What is your favorite Magpul accessory? Tell us what it is and why it is your favorite in the comment section.

[suzanne]

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Comments (5)

  1. I’m sure not gonna’ argue that Magpul doesn’t make some darn good products, and I have plenty of them on my guns BUT I just have to point out that they are very expensive in comparison to many other companies whose products are just as good. Good grief-twelve bucks for 35 cents worth of plastic for a set of rail covers? Gimme’ a break! Mine cost me a buck apiece, and work just fine.
    I like their Pmags too-but prefer Lancers when I can find them for cheaper prices. I’ve never had either one malfunction but I have had Pmags that cracked or chipped when dropped in cold weather. Lancers seem to be impervious to damage.
    All in all, I think the prices for most accessories are hyper-inflated due to the popularity of making AR’s “tacti-cool”.

  2. I like all he products but I can’t afford it all at once. But my girl friend likes the angled foregrip so I installed two of them on her and it REALLY works. You should try it!

  3. To me, the most innovative, useful & effective accessory is the BAD Lever. I shoot my AR’s in NRA High Power (Match Rifle), tactical, plinking, & just for the fun of it all! All my lowers have the BAD Lever.
    The BAD Lever allows the shooter to close the bolt (& hold it open) without having to reach to the left-side bolt catch. Being able to close the bolt with the trigger finger gives me extra time, without having to change anything in my shooting positions in both rapid- & slow-fire positions. In one match, I had guys in the next relay ask each other, “how is he closing the bolt?”
    I also shoot with the P-Mags. I prefer the 20-rounders, and the 10-rounders are great for shooting prone & on the bench.

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