The Number One AR Mag Accessory | The MagPod Gen 3 Update

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Magpod, on a Stonar Guns Mod1 Hodge Defense build, from the Hodge Owners Group account on Instagram.

Some hints about the status of the Gen 3 MagPod have dropped on social media recently. The MagPod, which functions as a magazine-mounted monopod as well as a mag identification and reload aid, has to date only been available for the Gen 2 PMAG. Users of the older MagPod, which has been in service since 2014 or so, have been awaiting a Gen 3 version for a couple of years now – if not since the availability of that magazine was first announced.

This is a rough approximation of what the new MagPod will look like:

An illustration of what we can expect the MagPod Gen 3 to look like.

What’s a MagPod you say?

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Yes, “grippiness” is a word.

No, a Magpod doesn’t have to replace a bipod, but bipods are often unwieldy or inappropriate for a specific rifle’s task. That makes having a monopod readily available a Good Thing.

The MagPod for Gen 3 PMAGs is in the works.

In a recent Instagram post, Magpod advised, “During the development phase of @magpod, we changed the design probably 30+ times. There were 2 complete sets of tooling that were never used. Plenty of doubters back then too, yet 5 years later, the production version was finally released. The Gen3 version is taking a long time, yes, but that’s because it’s not merely a “port” of the existing #MagPod to the M3 #PMAG – there’s additional functionality that will make it an utter gamechanger [sic]. But it’ll be released when it’s good and ready, not before.”

Until the MagPod Gen 3 is available you still have access to the Gen 2 here at GunMag Warehouse:

Magpod magazine base plate

…and be sure to read the customer reviews.

The Magpul PMAG Gen 2 is available as well

…also in 6-packs, 10-packs, and by the case.

 

And no, using a rifle mag as a monopod will not cause your weapon to jam: that, as we wrote in Magpod myths, magazines, and reviews, hasn’t been the case in years.

 

Learn more about why you might want to give them a try in the demo video.

 

The MagPod for Gen 3 PMAGs is in the works.

The MagPod for Gen 3 PMAGs is in the works. The pad on the bottom is designed to provide an appreciable improvement in traction when you’re proned out on a hard or slick surface, and it’s chemically bonded so it won’t tear off. Image via Magpod; photo by Zero 7 One [@zero7one | http://zero7one.com/].

Lead image: Magpod, on a Stonar Guns Mod1 Hodge Defense build, from the Hodge Owners Group account on Instagram.

  • American Patriot

    No $ listed….Must be too much!

    • https://www.google.com Josh Wells

      Well, there’s no price on the Gen 3 MagPod because it’s not available yet. As for the Gen 2 version, there’s a great big $19.99 right there at the top of the MagPod page for a package of three (3). Since prices change on occasion with sales, product upgrades, or the cruel whims of fate, it’s more efficient to keep prices on the individual product pages and just provide a link from news pieces. Interestingly, it takes less effort to click a link than it does to leave a comment, so that might (might) save you a few minutes next time around. Thanks for taking a moment to weigh in!

  • Brad Boettner

    Useless accessories for $300 please…

    … What is MagPod… That is correct!

  • Gunmaster rick

    Uh, is this a joke? If you really think you need this I have a much cheaper solution. Just send me $5 and I will psychically send you an app to allow ALL, you heard that right, ALL rifle magazines to rest on a hard or soft surface to provide an amazing accuracy improvement. No attachment necessary. For an extra $3, yes only $3, I will include an app that allows you to rest all handguns on the same surface. Guaranteed 75% improvement in steadability. Operators are standing by.

  • Brad Toliver

    Marketing BS at its finest. Buy ten and they’ll throw in a Fab Defense magwell grip.

  • aleksthegreat

    Literally r tarded