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Eliminate jammed feeds frequent reloading in your Ruger 10/22 with this Butler Creek® 25-round magazine. 25-round magazine is capable of feeding all types of 22LR ammo. Separately molded flat feeder lip made of an extremely tough self-lubricating polymer (Hot Lips®) or stainless steel (Steel Lips) ensures consistent, reliable feeding. Constant-force spring allows uniform, easy loading. This clip will provide you with thousands of hours of shooting pleasure. Magazine's design allows for mags to be hooked together to make multi-feeding mags. Can be loaded in seconds with the 50-round Hot Lips loader (sold separately). Fits Ruger 10/22, Ruger 77/22, and AMT Lightning.Made in USA.
Superior, no jam feed lip design
Self-lubricating polymer feed lip in Hot Lips models or stainless steel feed lip in Steel Lips models
Magazines design allows for magazines to be hooked together for multi-feeding mags
Works with Hot Lips speed loader (sold separately)
Butler Creek® Hot Lips® or Steel Lips Banana Magazines
this magazine wont feed winchester super x. the magazine would feed the Remington golden bullet 550 pack and it will feed the Winchester m22. the only down side to the mag is that the catches on them are made of plastic not metal so you should get the one with the metal feed lips. otherwise its a good magazine.
May 22, 2012
Waste of money
I bought 2 of these mags and they are absolutely worthless. They claim to hold 25 rounds but if you load more than 10 rounds the spring is stretched to far and they will not raise the round enough to load.They also fit very loose into the gun so even with 10 rounds you still get multiple jams. Save your money and get the actual ruger mags which are a lot better.
May 13, 2012
Butler Creek 25 round magazine
Butler Creek Steel Lips Banana Magazines 25 round magazine is very good 25 round clip, its steel lips and feed seem pretty decent, i had a few jams after 200 rounds. I think its cause of the model, its seems to be loose when inside the rifle, could improve on it by making it tighter and stay in place. main reason for jamming is probably the lose magazine.
May 7, 2012
STEEL LIPS = YES, HOT LIPS = NO
Butler creek has a decent history with the Ruger 10/22 following but if you are going to purchase a high capacity mag from them do yourself a favor and GET THE STEEL LIPS, NOT THE HOT LIPS.
The Hot Lips are an all plastic and polymer design and are junk for lack of a better term.
The Steel Lips are GREAT. I love mine. I wish you could disassemble this mag like Ruger's high-capacity mag or the steel lipped versions made by Tactical Innovations.
The steel lips mag does require some cleaning to ensure smooth ammo feeding but mine has been very dependable. Although it cannot be disassembled for cleaning there is a small hole at the bottom of the mag that allows for residue to pass through when soaked with Rem Oil of other gun oils.
I have cycled full 25 round mags with the Steel Lips in rapid succession and had no issues, but I have also watched Hot Lips fail and break under normal usage.
January 24, 2012
This magazine will not fit your Viper 522. Seeing as though this gun was discontinued in 1998, accessories are not easy to find--as of the date this response was written, not even Remington carries a replacement magazine for this model. Your best bet would probably be gun shows and scouring the internet. Good luck!
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