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Rhino Arms 500rd 10/22 drum???

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Antihero, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. Antihero

    Antihero Well-Known Member

    So does anyone have pics of this thing? 500 rounds in a mag sounds.....fun.
  2. Big_E

    Big_E Well-Known Member

    I might just have to have a 10/22 where I can quick swap barrels ala LMG style with that kind of mag...

    But how many missfeeds are we talking about?
  3. Bad Hammer

    Bad Hammer Well-Known Member

    I don't see it mentioned on their website.
  4. Titan6

    Titan6 member

    I wonder how many jams would come with a 500 round drum on a 10/22 5? 50? 100? 499? I am willing to put money on 50-100.
  5. Load it on Sunday and shoot it all...... year.
  6. jhco

    jhco Well-Known Member

    American 180 don't seem to have jam issues but then again they don't hold 500rds either
  7. oneounceload

    oneounceload member

    More like shoot it on Sunday and load it all year.....I used to have those 25 round jamomatic mags, I can't imagine the issues, let alone the weight on the mag catch, that a 500 round would impart
  8. Acera

    Acera Well-Known Member

    Not available yet.

    Their web page says Winter 2009, so you have to wait a few more months.

    It's known as "The Brick"

    Good news for all you Mini-14 fans, it looks like 2010 will be year you can get a 90 round drum for your gun.


    THE MACHINIST Well-Known Member

    all you gotta do to make your 10/22 more reliable ,is make a ramp and polish it to a mirror finish ,ive done it to quite a few guns, and all are reliable with every magazine maker.
  10. non2os13

    non2os13 Well-Known Member

    how did you make a ramp? i am curious to see this.
  11. Antihero

    Antihero Well-Known Member

    It'd be something like 2 or 3 pounds of ammo wouldnt it?

    THE MACHINIST Well-Known Member

    . here it is it works with the 10-22 and mini series use hard stone and then felt wheel with polishing compound.

    Attached Files:

  13. stubbicatt

    stubbicatt Well-Known Member

    The Machinist: Do you ever blow cases out at the rim with that ramp?
  14. jordan1948

    jordan1948 Well-Known Member

    I don't see what he did??

    THE MACHINIST Well-Known Member

    no catt ive checked for bulged cases after firing maxi mags no problems at all ,but dont overdo it.
  16. ronbuick

    ronbuick Well-Known Member

    Looks like he chamfered the end of the barrel, l did the same to my Charter
    arms AR-7, could not fire more than 1,2, or 3 rounds without jamming, took a Dremel
    tapered stone and twirled it in my fingers, tried a few rounds, did a little more, voila,
    now I can fire off a 15 round mag with 12 rounds in the mag and no more jamming, it
    makes to what seems a nice transition into the breech, machinist prolly would know more than I, if he would like to chime in and correct me!! thanks.

  17. Dimis

    Dimis Well-Known Member

    ha first off ive heard about these in humorous conditions for a while ill believe it when i see it

    secondly they will be rediculously overpriced

    and third you will probably get 499 jams out of them as previously stated

    if im wrong on ALL three counts then ill buy one hell maybe even two otherwise im sticking with my stock 10 rounders and tactical inc mags
  18. CnRnut

    CnRnut Well-Known Member

    I'd like to see the "brick" hanging from a Tec-22 !!!!
  19. goldie

    goldie Well-Known Member

    i had to make a feed ramp on a butler creek barrel,the edge was so sharp it was cutting the heads of the bullets.once a slight ramp was done its been perfect ever since...
  20. Mandolin

    Mandolin Well-Known Member

    How long is htat going to take to load? I hope it comes with come devicethat you dumpa case of ammo into, then crank a handle and it loads. otherwise, you'll spand hours laoadign , hours unjaming, and an hour fireing. You can span a whole day at the range and only use 1 mag

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