Precision Reflex, Inc. builds the best magazines for your 6.8 SPC AR-15. PRI magazines are durable and reliable, consisting of two steel halves welded together. They utilize the Magpul anti-tilt follower with spring and feature a push-button floor plate for easy disassembly.

Available in 5, 10 ,15, and 25 round capacity. They are not the cheapest mags available but the best never is. The 10 round mag is $37 retail. There are comparable 6.8 mags selling for less than $20 but, in my opinion, they are not of the same quality.

PRI 6.8 SPC Magazine
PRI 6.8 SPC Magazine

Stalking wild hogs is one of my favorite things to do. I run a custom 6.8 SPC SBR (Short Barrel Rifle) that is perhaps my favorite gun of all I own. It is built with premium parts – Wilson Combat 11.3″ stainless barrel, Geissele Super Semi-Automatic Enhanced Trigger, FailZero bolt carrier group, Magpul furniture, and Samson Evolution handguard. Crux titanium suppressor. I switch between a Trijicon 1-6 and a Flir thermal depending upon the hunt. For me, the PRI 10 round magazine is perfect. Acceptable capacity that extends only an inch below the rear of the mag well.

6.8 SPC
Custom 6.8 SPC with PRI mag and gas buster
PRI 6.8 SPC magazine.
PRI 6.8 SPC magazine. Note: This is an old website address stamped on the floor plate. Correct is

Gas Buster

PRI also produces the excellent Gas Buster charging handle which provides welcome relief from gas blowback when running a suppressor. The design diverts gas, grit, and oil away from the shooter’s face. I install the Combat Latch option on my AR-15 platforms. It really does work. There is a noticeable reduction in blowback to the shooter’s face.

PRI Gas Buster

PRI Combat Latch
Combat Latch is easier to grab around optics

You can’t go wrong with the PRI mags and Gas Buster. Highly approved.

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Publisher of Tactical Gun Review and Texas Outdoors Network. I love hunting for Texas whitetail deer, wild hogs, and high-volume Argentina dove. When not hunting you can find me fishing along the Texas Coast or on a wild Colorado river.