MagLatch F.N.G.R. AR-10
Bypass California's Assault Weapon Registration with MagLatch! The first and only fixed magazine compliance device to make large frame AR patterned rifles and pistols California Legal while using 100% Mil-Spec parts. That's right! No drilling, milling, or funny arms hanging up your firearm. The F.N.G.R. conforms to all requirements of SB 880/AB 1135 and the kit takes less than 5 minutes to install.
MagLatch F.N.G.R. has two modes, free state and ban state. While in ban states top loading or loading through the ejection port is recommended for fastest reloads. When traveling to free states depress the rear take down pin and remove the F.N.G.R. shim from the lower receiver.
Type 1: Aero Precision, CMMG, and other AR-10 lowers with a recess measuring approximately 0.400" wide. (Please note, this option utilizes a mil-spec magazine catch, and not the ambi-dextrous catch.)
Type 2: LWRC REPR, Sig Sauer 716, and other AR-10 lowers with a recess measuring approximately 0.600" wide. Anderson AM-10's or lowers with beveled recesses may require minor fitting. (Please note, this option utilizes a mil-spec magazine catch, and not the ambi-dextrous catch.)
Fits on most AR-10/SR-25 style firearms and others utilizing a standard AR-15/AR-10 magazine catch. Certain AR-10's have either no recess or a smaller recess where the F.N.G.R. sits and fitting of the F.N.G.R. may be necessary. Will not work on AR10 lowers that utilize a commercial or non-mil-spec magazine catch.
- MagLatch Modified Magazine Catch
- F.N.G.R. (2)
- Magazine Catch Spring
- Magazine Release Button
- Set Screw
- Allen Key
After overwhelming requests to solve the ever growing problem of forgotten magazines, Andrew Bobro of Bobro Engineering, designed the F.N.G.R. to prevent misplacement of your magazine. F.N.G.R. is designed to retain your firearm's magazine in the confines of your lower receiver to prevent loss or theft.
Manufactured in Goleta, CA
MagLatch F.N.G.R. has not been approved by the CA DOJ. This device is designed to conform to the law as written in SB-880/AB 1135, which defines “fixed magazine” to mean an ammunition feeding device contained in, or permanently attached to, a firearm in such a manner that the device cannot be removed without disassembly of the firearm action.