D&H Tactical is a subsidiary of D&H Industries, which is a large metal products manufacturing company specializing in metal stamping, deep drawing and welding. As the name implies, D&H Tactical makes firearm related products. Particularly, they manufacture various magazines.
According to the information from their website, they have several quality control procedures to maximize the quality consistency of their products. As an example, they pull out several magazines from each lot and put them through mil spec destructive tests. Also, each D&H magazine passes individual inspection to ensure proper feed lip dimensions and spring compression.
Besides standard AR-15 GI pattern magazines, D&H tactical also makes several caliber specific magazines and a dedicated blank firing one.
The blank firing training magazine has same outside dimensions as standard ones to fit in the guns designed for STANAG magazines. However, these mags have internal plugs, which don’t allow loading them with live rounds. This way it prevents possible accidents during blank firing exercises. As in the case of many other training products, the magazine body is painted blue. It also has a shortened follower to fit the reduced internal space.
Among caliber specific magazines there is a 7.62x39mm one for AR-15 style rifles.
These are made of carbon steel with distinct curved body and chevron shaped embossings presumably stamped for structural strength.
D&H Tactical also makes dedicated .300 Blackout and 6.8mm Remington SPC magazines. The latter has a capacity of 25 rounds.
They also offer 10 and 20 round 7.62x51mm NATO magazines and 7 round 1911 mags.
Most of D&H magazines are possible to order in one of over 70 colors and hydrographic patterns.
The company doesn’t have direct sales and to purchase their magazines you need to go to one of their dealers. You can find the list of dealers by clicking here.