Originally Posted By Wolfpack:
I have one of these....it's the Caddy of mags, are these ones you have LEO marked?
YES They're LE marked. Beautiful finish in dark black with the smoothest follower ever.
Here's some info borrowed from another post:Adopted by U.S. Army Special Operations Command - NSN 1005-01-520-5992
These are new in the bag 2nd generation Heckler & Koch 5.56mm 30 round mags. A weapon is only as reliable as its magazine. Designed by HK to provide an uncompromising reliable feeding source for existing M4 and M16 systems the HK High Reliability Magazine has been combat proven by various U.S. Special Operations and foreign military units worldwide.
It's superiority has been evidenced throughout extensive testing in arctic, desert, jungle, and maritime environments. It features a well executed design, select materials, special anti-friction surface finish, advanced spring material, attention to production tolerances, and a heat-treated steel magazine housing and follower.
For use in extreme environments HK now offers a special Maritime coating which easily surpasses the US MIL-STD-810 E salt fog test (the maritime finished mags have a black follower, a standard finished mag is pictured below). During this test, the HK High Reliability Magazines were exposed to a 100 hour salt fog and then stored three days at ambient temperature. After this test procedure each magazine was fully loaded with rounds and fired twice with no problems experienced. In U.S. military testing, the HK magazine improved feeding reliability of the system by 30-50% overall.
They are LEO marked. HK mags are designed to be loaded to capacity (30 rounds).