The AR Maglock is a AR-15 Fixed Magazine Safety Lock. The AR Maglock is the perfect AR-15 Fixed Magazine Safety Solution Available for AR-15 and AR-10 rifles.
With registration just around the corner, the AR Maglock will help you to avoid sending every piece of personal information to the California Department of Justice for registration. The DOJ has just announced rules regarding registration and the AR Maglock is compliant with those rules.
AR Rifle registration shall contain a description of the firearm that identifies it uniquely, including all identification marks, the full name, address, date of birth, and thumb print of the owner, and any other information that the department may deem appropriate. This information is kept by The State of California and is shared with law enforcement throughout the State.
ALL other competing products to the AR MAGLOCK have an inherent and critical safety issue! YOU CANNOT CLEAR DOUBLE FEEDS with competing products. The other systems DO NOT allow for the fixed magazine kit to be removed during a double feed firing malfunction. With competing products when a live cartridge is jammed in the firing chamber, the bolt carrier group is locked back into the butt stock buffer tube. This does not allow for the upper and lower receiver to be separated, (opening the action), nor can you remove the magazine because it is locked back by the jammed round. This prohibits the user from clearing the malfunction and live round creating a seriously dangerous situation. This is a HUGE safety issue and a critical liability for any entity selling or installing these fixed magazine locking systems, including the OEM's, retailers and manufacturers.
The AR MAGLOCK allows you to use the hex wrench to remove the lock kit thus removing the magazine so you can safely clear the loaded rounds from the chamber.
AR MAGLOCK allows California AR-15 owners to comply with existing fixed magazine laws, thus avoiding Department of Justice registration. AR MAGLOCK engages the magazine so it stays "fixed" in the firearm until the action is disassembled, complying with California SB 880 & AB 1135, and Department of Justice regulations.