Magpul PMAG 30 FREE COLORADO Limited Edition

To raise money for their fight against the new laws in Colorado which are forcing them to leave the state, Magpul is selling a special limited edition PMAG. The magazine is identical to their black GEN M2 PMAG other than a slight change to the ribbing and the addition of the Free Colorado logo and Magpul anniversary logo. They are being sold in packs of five for $64.75.

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With the upcoming ban on standard-capacity magazines in our home state of Colorado and the seemingly never ending assault on Citizens’ freedoms nationwide, we are releasing a short-run quantity of these limited edition PMAGs. Proceeds from the sales of these PMAGs will go towards the legal battle against recent unconstitutional firearms legislation in CO and other firearms rights efforts nationwide in which Magpul is involved.

Identical in function to the GEN M2 MOE PMAG, these mags have a modified ribbing spacing* on the body to allow additional branding. These magazines feature our 10th Anniversary Logo on the obverse side and either “Free Colorado” or “Boulder Airlift” on the reverse side.

Originally created to celebrate ten years in business, 1999-2009, our ‘skull and crossbones’ anniversary logo has been altered on this magazine to reflect the dates 1999-2013 to denote the time that Magpul existed in a free Colorado.





Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Andrew

    GLORIOUS. Makes me proud to be from Colorado.

    • Really, you’re proud to be from a ban state where you won’t be able to even own these mags legally?

      • SP mclaughlin

        A ban that won’t last more than 4 years anyway, he’s proud of the people standing up to the controllers.

        • Bando

          The ban shouldn’t even last 4 minuets. Trust me as a UK citizen i have lost my rights if you let yours slip even for a moment you risk loosing them forever.

      • Mike

        Zius- the “ban” does not ban ownership of them, only the sale of them in the state, as well as the transfer.

        Also, the state has been sued by it’s own sheriffs (and several additional parties) to overturn the law. This is going to be an interesting fight.

  • Ryan

    I don’t even have a .223 AR at the moment but if they sold them individually, I’d buy one!

  • Calvin

    Colorado born. Single mags please?

  • Mike F Di

    I wish they’d make a set for ALL the slave states

  • avconsumer2

    Aaaand sold out. Imagine that. Pmags sold out. WEEEIIIRRRDD. /s

  • Heath

    Looks like they’re sold out

  • PatrickHenry1789

    I still can’t believe this happened in CO. It’s such a beautiful area of the country that I would’ve thought to be safe from all of this. Please don’t let this dog lay Colorado!!!

    • Mike

      The state has been sued by it’s own sheriffs (and several additional parties) to overturn the law. This is going to be an interesting fight.

  • Dickington

    Reads more like…”FACE COLORADO”…

  • Derek

    I love colorado, i was born here and i dont want to see these gu control laws pass which do nothing

  • I’ll swap 2 NIB Colorado PMAGS for 2 NIB Boulder PMAGS, if anybody is interested.