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10/22 Hi-Capacity Mags

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by .45 AUTO, Nov 9, 2006.

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  1. .45 AUTO

    .45 AUTO Member

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    I purchased a Ram-Line thirty-rounder only to have it malfunction with a first time use. I paid a good $25 for it, so I returned it. I could load it up and get a few rounds off only to have a stoppage within the magazine. Does anyone know of a good hi-cap mag for the Ruger 10/22?
     
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    I have never had a problem with Butler Creek.
     
  3. hksw

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    The majority of folks, myself included, have had very good luck with Butler Creek mags. Personally, I've not had much luck with Ram-Lines, Eagles, that teardrop crank one, and anything else. (Never tried that aluminum one, though.)
     
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    I have 4 of the Butler Creek 25-round "Hot Lips". Not any issues with any of them, about 1,000 rounds have gone through each.
     
  5. DougCxx

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    Butler Creek Steel Lips all the way. They cost twice as much, but last way more than twice as long as plastics.
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    Steel lips are the way to go...
     
  7. Pure Energy

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    I have had pretty good luck with Ramline 50 round mags and ProMag 50 round drums.
     
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