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10/22 hicaps

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by paintballdude902, Nov 14, 2009.

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  1. paintballdude902

    paintballdude902 Member

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    anyone have any hicaps that actually work? ive used the butler creek 10 rounders and they work well, but their 25 rounders totally suck. the tactical innov. mags are nice and ive heard they work great but they run 40 bucks each.

    anyone have any that work?......really anyone?
     
  2. Avenger29

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    Tactical Innovations has a newish magazine out, it's $20 IIRC, you may want to check it out.

    I've got several Butler Creek hotlips, that I purchased for $10 apiece on sale. They work OK.

    I can endorse the Butler Creek crank speedloader. It works. Doesn't work for me with factory mags, does work with all others.
     
  3. Ditch-Tiger

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    If you can find some old "scorpian" Tec-22 mags, buy them, they work great!!!
    Other than the two Tec-22 mags i have, i only use factory 10rndrs as i have had no luck with shooters ridge or butler creek hi-caps.
     
  4. desidog

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    Tactical Inc. is the only way to go IMO. They are well worth the money compared to the others. You can adjust how they are seated, and the important parts are metal, not plastic.

    Get one....and i bet you'll get another.
     
  5. twkremer

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    Ive never had a jam with my promag 30 rounders loaded all the way up
     
  6. janobles14

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    ive had great luck with my butler creeks. i altered them a little by sanding the lips slightly. never had a problem since.
     
  7. chuwee81

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    mine worked well too. Had 2 of them and the 50 rd promag. I actuyally never did any sanding but made sure to keep the lips clean and put some dry lube on the springs.
     
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