[SHOT Show 2020] NEW ATI S60 Schmeisser 5.56mm NATO/.223 Rem Magazine
Adam Scepaniak 02.18.20
While out at SHOT Show 2020 we encountered an endless amount of cool firearms, but just as good as the guns are there are often some incredibly innovative accessories that can be found as well. One of those would definitely be the American Tactical (ATI) S60 Schmeisser 5.56mm NATO/.223 Rem Magazine we found! This is the 1st polymer 60-round stick magazine for an AR-15 ever made. It is patent pending, manufactured in Germany, and carries a Limited Lifetime Warranty. The rest of the specifications can be read below as presented by American Tactical:
- 60RD AR-15 Magazine
- 5.56mm NATO/.223 Rem caliber
- Patent Pending Magazine featuring Glass Reinforced Polymer
- Designed to shoot both .223 Remington & 5.56x45mm NATO
- Affordable Price for your AR Carbine or Pistol
“American Tactical has partnered with German arms manufacturer Schmeisser GmbH to exclusively import and distribute the Schemisser S60 60 round AR-15 magazine. Made from glass reinforced polymer, this patent pending magazine features a unique follower system that allows for double capacity from a normal AR magazine without being bulky or cumbersome. Designed to shoot both .223 REM & 5.56X45MM, the Schmeisser S60 will give you an instant capacity upgrade over the standard AR mag at an affordable price for your AR Carbine or Pistol.“
This magazine, as stated previously, carries a Limited Lifetime Warranty in the rare event that you should ever need it. There has been an astronomical amount of testing already done from American Tactical as well as prominent shooters in the firearm industry with rave reviews thus far. The MSRP is $69.95 for the S60 Schmeisser 5.56mm NATO/.223 Rem 60-round magazine at this time. Further info can be gleaned from this video put out by Schmeisser and American Tactical.
The product description video from American Tactical and Schmeisser above is from SHOT Show 2019, but at this year’s show they brought with a Gen2 version of the S60 magazine that is available as we speak. For all of our AR-15 lovers in the reading audience, what do you think? Is this a magazine you would love to rip some rounds down-range with? Let us know all of your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.