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PMM SCAR 16/17/20/SC/15P Oversized Magazine Release Button


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Parker Mountain Machine is proud to offer our very own Oversized Magazine release button for both the SCAR 16, 17, & 20 Weapons system.


Unlike any other manufacturer on the market PMM has designed the SCAR magazine release button to contour the lower of the SCAR perfectly.


Not only does the PMM SCAR Magazine Release Button give the shooter precious extra surface area on the vertical face, it kicks down allowing the shooter to transition directly from the trigger to the magazine release button without having to stretch for it.


Finally Unlike any other option on the Market the PMM SCAR Magazine Release button does not protrude above the Factory Magazine release button cage eliminating any extra potential for unwanted magazine ejections if bumped.



Machined in house of 6061 aluminum then hardcoated per military standards. The PMM SCAR Magazine release button is a low cost and effective way of improving the operating functions of your SCAR rifle.


Product Features:


  • Finished in a 8625 type 3 class 2 industry standard hardcoat. In 2 colors FDE or Black
  • Spare 2mm Roll pin included
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty.
  • Installation is simple and is done in minutes.
  • No permanent modifications to the rifle.
  • Light weight  only .11 oz with Roll Pin.
  • Does not contact any critical components of the SCAR lower receiver during articulation
  • Made in the USA
  • THE PMM SCAR Oversized Magazine release button has been designed specifically for the OEM lower on both the 16/17 and does not work on aftermarket lowers with proprietary Magazine button cage changes.
Download PDF pmm_scar_magazine_release_button_instructions.pdf


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Black, FDE

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