A good 50 round magazine.

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  1. bmpeele

    bmpeele New Member

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    I'm looking for a good qaulity 50 rd magazine for my 10/22. I've gone to one site and looked at one and it have good reviews and go to another and the exact one have bad reviews. Any suggestions?
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    6x6pinz New Member

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    Black Dog Machine has always been good for me, not only for the 10/22 but all the other hi cap mags.
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    Can you send me a link to their website, my browser has been acting kinda funky recently.

    (Edit) Nevermind, I got it.
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  4. Big Shrek

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    I'm irritated with Black Dog, as those wimpy mofo's refuse to make a hi-cap mag for the marlin 795...

    Grrr.

    3 million Marlin 795's & another 6-7 million Model 70's, and they don't wanna make money offa them...

    As Carlos Mencia would say.."DE DE DE!!!"

    Oh, someone makes an 80-round drum mag for the 1022....I forget who.
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    Thanks, now I just need to get the money to order it.
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    :) Just curious, how many times are you planing to miss?:D
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    It's just so I can have some fun and shoot fast without worrying about changing magazines. That and it will look cool with my Tapco stock. :cool:
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    Pro-Mag makes the 80-round drum :)

    Saw one at a gun shop for $65 earlier today...
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    I have 2 different 50 round after-market mags for my Ruger. Buttler Creek and Ram-Line. The Buttler Creek has been the more reliable of the two.
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