U.S. M16 Rifle - 20 Rnd. "Waffle" Replica Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
U.S. M16 Rifle - 20 Rnd. "Waffle" Replica Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
U.S. M16 Rifle - 20 Rnd. "Waffle" Replica Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
U.S. M16 Rifle - 20 Rnd. "Waffle" Replica Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
U.S. M16 Rifle - 20 Rnd. "Waffle" Replica Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal
U.S. M16 Rifle - 20 Rnd. "Waffle" Replica Dummy Magazine Prop - Marshall's Arsenal

U.S. M16 Rifle - 20 Rnd. "Waffle" Replica Dummy Magazine Prop

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Product Description

This Vietnam Era M16 replica Waffle dummy magazine is extremely accurate and molded from a Nodak Reproduction 20 Rnd. magazine.  They are a solid colored plastic resin and look like the original magazine's parkerized color so they look like the real thing when placed in an actual M16/AR15, bandoleers, M1967 ammo pouches or other displays.  They are durable and light weight (6 oz.).  Vietnam era parkerized or black phosphate colors available.

These replica magazines are ideal for any costume designers, cosplay enthusiasts, professional reenactors, or museum display impressions, where the real thing is illegal or too valuable to use. An affordable reenactment gear item. 

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  • Made in USA by Marshall's Arsenal

Some History

The M16 rifle, officially designated Rifle, Caliber 5.56 mm, M16, is a United States military adaptation of the ArmaLite AR-15 rifle. In 1964, the M16 entered U.S. military service and the following year was deployed for jungle warfare operations during the Vietnam War. In 1969, the M16A1 replaced the M14 rifle to become the U.S. military's standard service rifle.

Original ArmaLite Magazines were a design commonly referred to as "Waffle" magazines.  Then they were discontinued and replaced with the standard 20 round magazine.  Most "waffle" magazines in the US Arsenal were destroyed by the Department of Defense.


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