Ruger Rimfire Replacement Magazine
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Use original factory Ruger® Rimfire Replacement Magazines for perfect fit and reliable function in Ruger firearms. Replace your lost magazine, or increase firepower by having spare magazines within reach for rapid reloading. Ruger magazines are made of high quality materials and designed specifically for each model of firearm. Original factory magazines are more reliable and long lasting than aftermarket mags. Why take chances using inferior magazines that cost a few dollars less when your life could be at stake? Ruger magazines are manufactured to the same exact standards as the original magazine that came with your rifle or pistol.
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- Replace your lost magazine
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Ruger® Replacement Magazines
Works flawlessly every time
Have tried after market clips on the 10/22 Ruger and never had good results. This clip is the only way to go for dependable shots everytime.
September 8, 2012
Works but a little off
Go this for my Ruger 10/22. Mag works fine with the ammo. If I have the rifle upside down to look at the mag then I can't get it out. Something about the dimensions or mag are off just enough to bind in that position. Drops out fine in the normal upright position. The mag my ruger came with does not have this issue. Sanded and filed the edges of the plastic a bit and issue persists.
That said in terms of working the ammo and getting into the mag for cleaning its the same as the one the rifle came with.
June 27, 2012
you have to have a few extras
they are what they should be. factory magazines. the new 25 round banana magazine is incredible. dont waste your money on aftermarket parts and accessories.
March 18, 2012
The Original and Highest Standard
I have 3 of these replacement magazines for my Ruger 10/22s. They are reliable and feed most brands of ammo with ease. After a couple hundred rounds it is important to clean the front of the steel lips (directly below the tip of the bullet when loaded). This is the area the new rounds will pass to feed so keeping the spent powder and residue to a minimum will ensure dependable service.
The only drawback I see with these magazines is that there is no way to access the inside of the magazine to clean it. Due to the fact it it is a rotary design you cannot simply reach straight down into the mag and sweep it out with a q-tip. I give these mags a good shower of Rem Oil and then store them upside down on top of paper towels. This gets most of the powder and residue out.
Tactical Innovations and Ruger's 25 round magazine can be taken apart so you can fully clean these higher capacity mags.
These are still terrific magazines that have been in service for decades. I would steer clear of Winchester's Super-X ammo. I have found that they are the only rounds that did not feed consistently with this magazine.
January 19, 2012
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