Hexmag products at Omaha Outdoors include an innovative new take on the proven concept of the polymer magazine for the AR-15 rifle, but the company has progressed beyond manufacturing magazines to producing accessories and parts for the AR platform as well as those for Glock pistols. Their innovative HexID Color Identification System helps you keep which mag is loaded with which caliber straight via a rainbow of optional follower and floorplate latch colors, very important with today's calibers which can be loaded and fired using the same magazines. Customization is the name of the game at Hexmag, which also offers rail covers and adjustable pistol grips with the same Hexgrip pattern as the Hexmag AR magazines. Using their products, you can outfit your entire rifle with Hexmag products designed to increase reliability and performance - and if you carry a Glock, you can enjoy those same benefits there, too.
The flagship product from Hexmag is their AR-15 compatible polymer magazine which holds 30 rounds of .223 Rem / 5.56mm NATO ammunition. Hexmag says it's "indestructible," a bold claim supported by videos of torture tests from both them and their customers. Even so, tough polymer AR-15 magazines for sale at Omaha Outdoors have to do more in order to stand out these days, and Hexmag is well aware of this. They have incorporated a number of changes and improvements which sets their Hexmag Series 2 apart from the competition.
First, all Hexmags, and indeed most Hexmag products, feature the distinctive HEXTURE gripping surface with hexagonal shapes. This has been extremely well received by some shooters who rave about how much easier it is to take a secure hold on a magazine during reloads or malfunction drills when the Hexture pattern is there.
Next, Hexmag Series 2 mags are compatible with an extremely wide variety of firearms aside from the AR15, most notably the SCAR-16S / SCAR-L. If you've used one of the competing polymer magazines with the SCAR, you know that modifications must be made to the mags or damage can result. Stay away from this potentially dangerous situation by picking up a combat load of Hexmag Series 2 magazines from Omaha Outdoors which are designed to work reliably out of the box in the SCAR 5.56 platform. Other weapons systems supported by Hexmags include the IWI Tavor, Beretta ARX-100, CZ Bren 805, and more.
Furthermore, the revolutionary HexID color identification system allows you to color code your magazines for training, ammunition, or caliber identification purposes. There are many reasons why you might want to do this. In training, knowing which magazines are loaded with frangible ammunition will allow you to quickly engage steel targets up close without worrying about damage or injury from ricochets. This also goes for using Simunitions or UTM marking rounds where mixing up live ammo and marking rounds could be a costly mistake. Does this sound a little too high speed for you? Even if you're not in a shoot house or engaging steel targets from 3 yards away, there are plenty of reasons to color code your mags. At the range or at a carbine course, you can easily tell whose mags are whose based on color. Keep your duty, hunting, or bad people ammo separate from FMJ type training ammo in an instantly identifiable fashion. And if you have separate 5.56mm and 300 Blackout uppers or rifles that look alike, load only 5.56 ammo into magazines of one color and 300 BLK into magazines of another color to avoid the expensive and potentially injurious mistake of chambering and firing 300 Blackout in a 5.56mm NATO chamber. That might sound like a silly mistake to make, but it's happened quite a few times in recent years, even to careful shooters who just didn't identify which rifle and magazine they picked up at the range. Due to the proliferation of cartridges which can be loaded and reliably used out of a 5.56mm AR15 mag, it's important to have as many visual indicators as to the contents of the magazine as possible. With HexID, you have a choice of many bright colors like red, pink, orange, FDE, blue, green, and yellow so as to immediately identify what you're shooting, especially when you pair the follower and floorplate latch colors with different Hexmag mags in black, FDE, OD green, and gray, all of which are available from Omaha Outdoors.
Speaking of calibers, the Hexmag Series 2 can reliably feed 300 Blackout and 5.56 Nato at the rated capacities of 10, 15, and 30 rounds per magazine - 10 round capacity for California, , Maryland, and Hawaii, with the oddball 15 round capacity for Colorado and New Jersey, and the 30 round magazine for America. They can also, without modification, feed 458 SOCOM, 375 SOCOM, and 50 Beowulf in reduced capacities from the same magazine. The full-size Hexmag Series 2 that would normally hold 30 rounds of 5.56 will hold 10 rounds of 458 / 375 SOCOM or 50 Beowulf. This is a major breakthrough for shooters of these powerful big bore cartridges, and it's yet another factor which sets Hexmag apart from the competition.
As if that wasn't enough, the Series 2 Hexmags are also compatible with stripper clips, which could save you a lot of time at the range and keep you from having to buy expensive speedloaders when you already have ammo on a stripper clip. As a direct Hexmag dealer online, we can supply you with all the Hexmags and ammunition on stripper clips that you need.
As mentioned previously, customization is huge with Hexmag products, and you can fill those cool hexagonal patterns in the magazine body with hexagonal grip tape already cut out to match the mag. This not only provides another big step forward in terms of gripping ability, but is also a feature matched by other items in the Hexmag online catalog such as…
...Hexmag tactical grips and pistol grips for the AR platform, as well as rail covers for Picatinny, KeyMod, and M-LOK handguards. Using these products, you can totally change the way your hands interface with the rifle, and you can use the same Hexmag grip tape on these components to increase grip right where you want it. The Hexmag Advanced Tactical Grip even allows you to adjust the angle of the grip between three different settings, with a more vertical grip providing extra wrist comfort when shooting with a PDW or pistol or other firearms with a short stock. If you don't need adjustable grip angles, but want the grip tape and a look to match your magazines to your pistol grip to your rail covers, the Hexmag tactical grip is another excellent choice.
Those same tactical pistol grips and low profile Hexmag rail covers also work on the AR-10 / SR-25 / LR-308 platform where Hexmag AR-10 / LR-308 magazines bring to the table all the same options for color coordination and identification as the Series 2 AR-15 mag, but with a 20 round capacity and functionality designed for the large frame AR platform. For hunting purposes and ban states, these mags are also available in 5 and 10 round capacities. Like all Hexmag products available at Omaha Outdoors, they are proudly Made in the USA.
Once you've properly outfitted your rifles with Hexmag products, it's time to turn your attention to pistols. The Hexmag Glock 17 Gen 3 / Gen 4 compatible magazine brings the same features like HexID and HEXTURE to the pistol magazine. While you won't want to put grip tape on these mags, you can take comfort in the fact that they'll work in the G17, G19, G26, and G34 along with any AR platform pistol caliber carbine which uses Glock 9mm mags, such as the Angstadt Arms UDP-9.