C Products Defense Launches Duramag


C Products Defense is a firearm magazine manufacturing company based out of Bradenton, Florida. Founded in 2011, they have become an industry staple for quality and reliability in the metal magazine world. They specialize in aluminum and steel magazines for both rifles and pistols. Many of their most well-known products are great engineering feats in the magazine world. They have been able to geometrically engineer highly reliable magazines to hold rounds such as the AR-15 7.62×39, 6.8 SPC, 6.5 Grendel, and others. These different calibers have often been a challenge for manufacturers but C Products Defense has taken the task head on and succeeded.

The Duramag Brand

After producing magazines for eight years now, C Products has decided to brand their magazines now as Duramag. This name is very fitting of their products and they are some of the most durable magazines on the market. Along with this name change comes a new packaging style and an unwavering pursuit of the best. Duramag magazines will live up to their name in your firearm for many years to come.

What Does this mean for customers?

At The Mag Shack, we carry the full line of Duramag magazines and strive to ensure they are always available. Many of the great C Products Defense magazines you have come to love, will now be marked Duramag on our website. These new products still have the same high quality you expect, just with a new name. Also, customers will notice a new attractive packaging style housing the same great magazines. Their classic AR-15 .223/5.56 Aluminum magazines are called the Duramag Speed Mags. Not only are these lightweight, durable magazines, but the anodized coating also allows for a drop-free magazine. Not only do they still come in the classic black and grey, but you can also now get these Speed mags in custom colors as well.

The Duramag Mission Statement

Our goal is to manufacture the best-designed, highest quality, 100% reliable magazines that work the first time, every time, because a firearm is only as good as its magazine.”