Amend2 AR-15 Magazines

Amend2 is an AR-15 magazine manufacturing company located in Idaho Falls, ID. They produce 20 and 30 round polymer magazines.

Amend2 - 20rnd

Amend2 20 round magazine

Amend2 - 30rnd

Amend2 30 round magazine

The magazines are made of impact resistance advanced polymer material (not specified) and it is possible to apply Cerakote on them. They are available in three color options: black, flat dark earth and OD green.

Amend2 - colors

Amend2 magazines have ribs on front and rear portions to aid gripping and manipulations. On one side of the magazine, it is embossed “AMEND2” with what looks to be a minuteman logo above it and the caliber information. On the other side, it has a large “Made in the USA” marking. They have red followers supposedly for quick identification of an unloaded mag. They also have a red digit “2” on the floorplate. The magazines also feature anti-tilt followers and stainless steel springs.

A2 mag&ammo

Amend2 also sells storage racks along with the magazines. Each storage holds six AR-15 magazines. The storage can be attached inside a gun safe or on any other surface using either screws or nylon coated magnets.


Here is a YouTube video review of these mags:

MSRP for the 20 round magazine is $15.95 and for the 30 round one it is $14.95. However, as it usually happens, you can find them at a much cheaper price on dealers’ websites. For example, has the 30 rounder in stock at price of $9.95. Set of six magazines with the storage is priced $99.9 on the manufacturer’s website.

Although the market is flooded with all kinds of AR-15 magazines, it is always good to see new ones appearing in terms of competition on the market.



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Idaho Falls, ID 83404

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  • derpmaster

    A little late to the party, I think. The mag market is flooded worse than New Orleans in 2005.

    • VanDiemensLand


    • Jeff Smith

      True, but, as they say, the rising tide raises all ships. Maybe it will drive down prices. Shelf prices of $10ish would be pretty fantastic.

    • Col. Douglas Mortimer

      These have been around for a couple of years now. I picked some up for 7.99 each awhile back. They work just fine.

    • noob

      If there’s too many mags on the market, maybe they could start a business defending the Third Amendment: with advanced Doors with features that guarantee “No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.”

  • Bill

    It’s a holiday miracle! A new AR mag!

  • MrFN

    Holy cow the pandering.

    • El Duderino

      No doubt, why not just put “MURRICA!!!!” on one side and “F*** YEAH!!!!” on the other, with the grip nubs in the shape of chicken nuggets.

      • JoshCalle

        In all seriousness I would totally buy that.

    • Edeco

      As it should be. I’d have preferred a different, more subtle message, but great attitude!

  • anon

    new polymer mags in a crowded market? and they’re horribly tacky and ugly? just that i’ve been waiting for all this time!

  • Jeff Smith

    Tone down those tacky logos on the sides and I’d buy a few.

  • Bigbigpoopi

    Where’s the translucent neon green ones?

    • Zombie related firearms stuff is so 2010. ?

      • Hoplopfheil

        It’s due for a comeback…

        Like bell bottoms.

        • iksnilol

          Something like that, chokers are coming back into fashion. So I wouldn’t be surprised.

          • shooter2009

            But, are they puka shell chokers? 😉

          • iksnilol

            Those are neat, but leather is a favorite 🙂

          • Hoplopfheil

            Those are done forever. God willing.

  • Elvis

    I was wondering where I could get a magazine with a giant advertisement on the side. Oh, wait, no I wasn’t.

    • DanGoodShot

      Buy one of these for your AR-15 and an honor guard pistol for your holster and you’re a walking billboard. What is with these companies Plastering their name in huge bold letters? Big turn-off for me.

  • DanGoodShot

    I take it their name placement inspiration is from Honor Guard pistols??

  • Pete Sheppard

    I guess that would be one more for the mag collection.

  • Hoplopfheil

    They look nice. I’d try them.

    Already sort of inundated with PMAGs, MFT mags, Tapco mags, and GI mags though.

    But I like trying new things. I even tried the new Pro Mag “Rollermag.” Guess what? IT SUCKED

    • Gambler X

      …Troy Battle Mag, Tango Down mag, Lancer mag, Daniel Defense mag.

    • RA

      You forgot Hex mags.

      • Hoplopfheil

        Yeah but after what they did… I’m content to leave them off the list.

        • RA

          Just read the article on what they did and I agree with you 100%. Douche move.

  • Herr Wolf

    Are these Made in the USA?

    • Hoplopfheil

      I can’t tell…

    • RA

      Supposedly they are since it is written in HUGE letters on the mag. I bought 10 and so far they are holding up and performing as expected.

  • Jack Morris

    I’m so excited that I don’t have to buy these in a panic When evrything else is sold out because Hillary proposed a bunch of gun control. Cheap P-Mags as far as the eyes can see!

    • Cory C

      Amen. The first P-Mags I bought were 33 bucks each during the post Sandy Hook freakout.

  • I just wondering if they are made in real america you know the continental 48?

    • I would expect you to want them to be made on Tuchanka…

  • Stan Darsh

    Six for $99? I think i’ll be sticking with 10 Pmags for the same price.

  • schizuki

    Well, at least it doesn’t say “Bullet Zone”.

  • cieran58

    When I can get 10 Magpul P-mags for 89.90 (and shipping) and D+H GI spec mags with Magpul followers at 7 dollars each, ugly mags from an unknown mfg are just what I need- Uh, no thanks. And no thanks Troy mags and Hexmags either, though for different reasons.

    • n0truscotsman

      I love D&H mags. They’ve lasted as long as my brownells USGI ones.

  • Justin

    Can I get floor plates with the number 69 on them? It’s my… uh… lucky number.

  • FulMetlJakit

    Seems like they should be offering 33 or 22 round mags because F*CK YEAH! AMERICA!!
    Seriously though, if someone figures a way to get an extra 2 or 3 rounds in a “standard” size and weight and do it with good durability, decent price, and acceptable looks…
    I’ll take 5. At least. For now.

  • Vorant

    Is this the new “Pet Rock 2” for AR enthusiast ? I hate logos on weapons period.