GUNLAB M27 E-Z Link with GUNLAB 1000 Ct Links
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GUNLAB M27 E-Z Link with GUNLAB 1000 Ct Links

Code: GLM27-EZLINK-WL
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Product Description

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Description: GUNLAB M27 E-Z Link with GUNLAB 1000 Ct Links. The GUNLAB M27 E-Z Link is the answer to linking up 5.56X45 ammunition. Constructed of 6061 T6 Alloy and a Steel guide plate the E-Z Link is the perfect companion to any belt feed firearms such as the FN M249 Saw, FN 249S and the ARES Defense MCR Platforms.

Link up to 20 rounds at a time with one pull of the assist lever. Simply lay out 20 M27 links and 20 rounds of your favorite 5.56X45 and join them together by pulling the assist lever. Belts can be made in any length or quantity. The E-Z Link features a no-skid neoprene base and covered assist lever. The GunLab M27 E-Z Link can be used on a workbench or kitchen table. Save both time and sore fingers and order one today.

Technical Specs

  • Weight - 4.75 lbs.
  • Dimensions - 10.5 X 7.5
  • Material - 6061 T6 Alloy, steel guide plate, neoprene antiskid base
  • Includes 1000 new links in reusable printed cotton drawstring bag

Note: Ammunition not included

Manufacturer: GUNLAB

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Brand: GUNLAB
  • Caliber: .223 Rem,5.56x45mm
  • Finish / Color: Unfinished,Black
  • Firearm Type: Rifle
  • Material: Aluminum,Steel
  • Models Fit: MCR,FN M249 SAW,FN M249S,FN MINIMI
  • Tool Type: Ammunition Belt Linking Machine

Specifications

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  • Brand: GUNLAB
  • Caliber: .223 Rem,5.56x45mm
  • Finish / Color: Unfinished,Black
  • Firearm Type: Rifle
  • Material: Aluminum,Steel
  • Models Fit: FightLite MCR,FN M249 SAW,FN M249S,FN MINIMI
  • Tool Type: Ammunition Belt Linking Machine

Customer Ratings & Reviews

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Works well
4 out of 5
yarro
Location: Texas
Date: January 18, 2020
Lay the links out open side up. Lay in rounds in. Start pressing handle forward until all the rounds seat. I put the sections in a container and link them together later depending on whether I am using 100rd, 200rd soft packs, or loose belt in my MCR-60 on a registered lower. Easier and faster than linking one round at a time, especially with new links. Seems durable and well made.
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