Butler Creek® Hot Lips® or Steel Lips Banana Magazines

   

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10/22

Hot Lips

Ruger 10/22

Product Color:
Clear

Size:
25 Rounds

10/22

Hot Lips

Ruger 10/22

Product Color:
Smoke

Size:
25 Rounds

10/22

Steel Lips

Ruger 10/22

Product Color:
Clear

Size:
25 Rounds

10/22

Steel Lips

Ruger 10/22

Product Color:
Smoke

Size:
25 Rounds
  • 25-round magazine
  • 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)

Eliminate jammed feeds frequent reloading in your Ruger 10/22 with this 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.

Butler Creek® Hot Lips® Loader page
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by good product - good price Have used the ones with plastic lips - waste of money. Always get the steel lip models - feed smoothly and last a long time. May 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Steel is the way to go I have had both steel and plastic feed lips and have had many issues with the plastic ones. Tones of FTF and they ended up wearing down after a few hundred rounds so it was useless. I still have the original metal ones I bought years ago and I'm sure ill have these for just as long. April 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by i like it I have a collection of the "steel lips" and 1 ruger 25rd magazine. I have tried every brand and model out there for the 10/22 and found this to be best. The ruger comes In second because all the little parts that it has and the fact you can't leave it loaded.. make sure you get the steel lip version or else you'll complain it breaks and is junk because that is what plastic does... The steel lip is the more expensive option for anyone wanting to know. April 24, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good mags, get them while you can! These steel lips work good and feed fine for me. I have noticed that the more they are used the better they feed. I have had a few misfeeds in the beginning, but once they are broken in they haven't given me any issues. Usually the main issue is the softness of the lead of a .22 bullet causing a jam or misfeed, not the mag. Run abot 75 rounds through each one and you'll know what I mean. Good product, get a speed loader if you have a lot of these or your thumb will be numb within a couple rounds! April 12, 2013
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Those are intended for the Ruger 10/22 rile only.
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they are magazines, not clips. the package will tell you what firearm they are meant for. i am sure they make one that fits.
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how do i know which one to order, i want the steel lips but the description on website doesn't give that information.
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product numbers 1627633 and 1627634 are the Steel Lips models, clear and smoke in color, respectively
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the steel lips models are more expensive by a few dollars, but well worth it
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Hot lips are listed first in 10 rnd, then steel lip 10 rnd, then hot lips 25 rnd, then steel lip 25 rnd

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I don't have the model or item #, but they are the more expensive clips. Can be purchased in clear or smoke.
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You want steel lips.

Happy shooting.
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Can I buy a mag if i'm under 18?
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There are no age restrictions on buying magazines.
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Depends on local laws and store conditions, shouldn't be a problem if you purchase it by itself or online, most chain stores won't sell to minors though.

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This will only fit Fits Ruger 10/22, Ruger 77/22, and AMT Lightning firearms.
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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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