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Ruger Mag of DOOOOOOM!!!!!!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by hillbilly, Sep 16, 2004.

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  1. hillbilly

    hillbilly Member

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    Oddly enough, a downwardly-plunging firey handbask
    Ooooh. I wonder if one could connect one of those to a bolt Ruger.



    *Adds 10/22 to list of things to buy*
    *adds this drum to list of things to buy*
    *adds combination to list of things to bump fire :evil:*
     
  3. jsalcedo

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    Yeah. Put that on my Christmas list!
     
  4. Third_Rail

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    Wow. Nice use of 180 drums, though aren't they a bit costly? I know they work well feeding!
     
  5. nico

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    sign me up. I need something to make my 10/22 feel like an EBR (since I don't have the spare cash to buy one):D
     
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    ...hoping the little items of happiness like this will find new manufacturers... and better prices.
    :D
     
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  7. 45R

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    Now that looks like alot of fun!!!!!!
     
  8. Guy L Johnson

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    As Bill Ruger Would Have Said & Did Say

    "No honest man needs a gun like that"


    Guy L Johnson
     
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    whats the price?
     
  10. Greg L

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    Ya know, I've got one of those 10/22 gattling gun thingies that would just ROCK with a pair of them :evil: .
     
  11. Tharg

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    **** - i want one!!!

    that would be a blast! (get it?)

    i wonder tho - how many rounds till barrel meltdown?

    cause you know you'd have to blow through at least ONE of these at LEAST once the first time... and i'm talking trigger pulls - not some funky twist the monkey in the trigger thing.. =)

    J/Tharg!
     
  12. BryanP

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    Oh my. I'm planning on buying an R22 (which takes 10/22 mags) when it comes out. I may have to have one of these to go with it.

    Doom indeed. [​IMG]
     
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    If you check the latest edition of SGN there is a new .22rf rifle thats belt fed on the market. If I remember tonight I'll update this post with the contact info.

    FWIW :: It looks like a cross between a rising{sp} SMG and a PPsH.
     
  14. hillbilly

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    Cybercop, post that link!!!!

    Which issue of SGN? What page?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?


    Hurry!!!!!!!


    hillbilly
     
  15. Henry Bowman

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    I may get flamed for this, but...

    I'd like to see a disposable drum mag for popular .22LR models. So cheap it's disposable. Factory loaded during assembly. Non-refillable. Maybe hold a half or full brick and only cost a buck or two more than a bulk brick. Strickly for plinking due to cheap construction (thin plastic). If one occasionally breaks, you can still shoot the ammo like a bulk pack. I hate loading mags.

    Don't tell me it can't be done. I witness American ingenuity every day. Don't say it's a waste - many, many would buy and enjoy them. Many would not. Sarah Brady would have a cow and it would immediatly be declared "the ammunition delivery system of choice for drug dealers and terrorists."

    Any takers?
     
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    I need one of those mags for this:

    [​IMG]

    Chris
     
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    That is something that I really need to get my hands on


    Henry Bowman I love your idea.
     
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    Bowman, that is a great idea.

    Now, I'm sitting here trying to wonder if they can do a similar idea with those 'speed loaders' for the tube magazine rifles, like the Marlin Mod 60.
     
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    With stuff like this available, I'm getting really really tempted to buy a 10/22.

    (well, available or in the planning stages anyway)
     
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    Henry Bowman: nice idea! Maybe the magazine bodies could be made out of cardboard - or the same biodegradable plastic used in milk jugs, etc.

    Anyway, I did some reading on the American 180 site, and found this:

    Magazines: For improved reliabilty, there is a nw 165-round magazine, which is a slight decrease from the original 177-round model. It will accept both the .22 short magnum and .22 Long Rifle cartridges. Also available (optional) are low cost preloaded plastic magazines which are disposable after being emptied.

    (from http://www.american180.com/articles/index.html)
     
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    Well, Meowhead, good job! I guess my idea was not so unique after all. Any indication of cost?
     
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    Oddly enough, a downwardly-plunging firey handbask
    Education requested

    Umm, if someone did attach one of those 275rd mags to a 10/22, wouldnt the device that keeps the mag in the gun possibly be damaged from the weight?
     
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    Duct tape, baby! :D

    [​IMG]
     
  25. Henry Bowman

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    Thanks, Greg L. Way too pricy to be disposable. The needed innovation is to produce one cheap, cheap, cheap. I have some ideas, but nowhere near the skill to actually design it.
     
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