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Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by stuporman, Mar 24, 2003.
Where can I find some that feed good, and dont cost a fortune?
Butler Creek or Condor work real well...Eagle might suckle!...
Good luck on getting a good price on these. They have skyrocketed $$$$
is tellin' you true....
Those 10/22 Hi caps got very expensive. I got a 10/22 cause they were cheap and fun to play around with. Once everyone got to playin' around with them all parts went up.
You'll pay an arm and a leg for a poor quality one. I'm not even going to say what you'll have to pay for a good quality one.
Check out www.cheaperthandirt.com, and I think www.tapco.com had some a while back. Beware the Eagle mags, then suck.
Seems the cheapest I could find is a 25 round "Condor" magazine for $54.00
DO they suck? If so, how bad?
Seems the best deal I can find.
Stuporman, For the money and the fact that it has steel lips the Condor will serve you well...Let us know when you get it!...Not a bad deal for today's market...If you want a Hi-Cap Mag...
Here is another place where you can find cheap (relatively speaking) hi-cap magazines for your Ruger 10/22
I don't know if they are a reliable source. I have never used them myself. Sometimes you can find good deals on ************* if you look really hard, but you have to be good at bidding at the last minute. My friends and family call this tatic "eBay sniping".
By the way, just wanted to say I love the new message board location, this URL is a lot easier to remember than the eZboard one.
Gotta agree gram22!
Welcome to the new place Gram!!!, I'm sure Tac and crew appreciate your comments, and will come upon them soon...
Butler Creek Steel Lips for $50.
Ill get one and let yaull know!
I got the latest Cheaperthandirt mag in the mail...and they have the original Ruger 25 round mags for $54.97...Whichever way ya go...let us know how it goes...
Just beware,I have had bad luck with ram-line brand mags.Made me kinda sick,I bought a ram-line many years ago and threw it away cause it was junk then I saw 1 at the gun show a couple of weeks ago for $50.
I remember Ram Line mags sucking too...
Bought one for my AR-7 many moons ago.
It split apart after one clipful.
Definitely gonna stay with the steel lips.
I built a HB 1022 plinker two years ago, and found that stock Ruger mags would not feed reliably, even after adjusting the spring tension. I thought at the time the new tube I had installed was the culprit, until I bought 3 Steel Lip 10rd mags from Butler Creek. Never a single jam since, and I have sent some 4000+ rounds down range.