Ram-Line Mags?


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mr.trooper
March 13, 2005, 07:03 PM
How good are mags from Ram-line? Are they any good? how long would you expect them to last?

Thanks

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beerslurpy
March 13, 2005, 08:00 PM
I shot a 50 rounder in HS for like 3 years and never had problems.

However, the bump firing guys have had them melt.

They are as reliable as the 10 rd factory mag unless you send an enormous volume of fire through them quickly.

benEzra
March 13, 2005, 10:06 PM
I have had very good experience with the Ram-Line 30-round "combo mag" that fits the mini-14, AR-15, and AR-180. Very reliable in my mini-14 and has proven quite durable (I'd guesstimate at least a thousand rounds through that magazine). Probably not as tough as a metal mag if you dropped the rifle on it, but the feed lips won't get bent, either.

mr.trooper
March 13, 2005, 10:13 PM
Thanks guys.

I am planning on Giving my 10/22 an over-haul, and i was making 50 round Mags a part of my plans!

Pop on a B-square Weaver base, red dot sight, Heat shield, and a muzzle break, and im guna LAY into crow season!

john l
March 14, 2005, 12:17 AM
I have a ram line 30 rounder for a ruger 10-22 and it has worked just fine for me, in fact, just used it about 3 days ago. loaded 30 and worked like a charm.

i don't keep rounds in it all the time. I suspect that some people have problems with a plastic mag when they keep them loaded all the time. but I could be wrong.

rugerfreak
March 14, 2005, 12:34 AM
Never tried the 10/22 mags.

Had a Mini-14 mag back in the 80's----what a piece of junk----wound up throwing it in the trash can at the range it was so bad---good riddence.


Just got 2 Pro mag---20 rounders for the Mini---that look exactly like the factory 20-rounder and have been perfect so far.

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