Remington® Replacement Magazines
Magazines get lost – it happens. Ensure that your rifle shoots like it should by replacing the magazine with one built to Remington’s factory standards. The blued magazines are manufactured to precise tolerances and are available in a variety of ammunition configurations.
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MS60 Great product selection Perfect to give my grandson for use at the range, or when out varmint hunting or just plinking. Nice to b e able to get factory gear at good prices from a top-notch & reliable retailer. May 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Gemsbolio It will do the trick. I purchased a Remington magazine for my Model 7400 in .280 Rem. As with any Remington product it seems to be of good quality. I have not tried it yet, but it seems to fit my rifle well, and the spring seems to move freely, so I assume that it will work very well. I kind of wish that these were of the same style as the ones that came with the older rifles, but knowing that Remington only makes the new style ones it will have to do. (The cosmetic difference isn't really all that noticeable anyway.) I am pleased and would make this purchase again. March 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by akb1950 Perfert fit Fired 30 rounds one after another,did not jam.very good product. February 11, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Fshhnt Tight fit Very tight fit had to use 1600 wet sand paper to get it to fit only took a few minutes but expected better quality from Remington February 7, 2013
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Details:I have a 243 and purchased a 4 round mag from gander mountain, the mag. does not fit. Is there a conversion kit available? will this mag fit in the stock trigger guard?
Details:I bought a cheapo 770 in the .270. I need a couple extra clips. You have the Remington 710 in 30-06. Are the 770 (replaced the 710) the same as the 710 clips? Am I correct in assuming the 30-06 clip will also work for the .270?
A:Remington made a huge mistake developing 1 clip that handles 5 or 6 different rounds. Great cost savings for them, and may work fine in bolt action rifles, but I can tell you from first hand experience NEVER by a semiauto from them and expect anything more than single action or single shot performance!
Jam's misfeeds and misfires are the rule, rather than the exception. I bought a carbine in .308 brand new for over $600 and gave it away a year later for $200 because of the constant problems, and 1 factory return where Remington supposedly "fixed" the problem. Engineering Disaster!
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