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Butler Creek Ruger 10/22 Steel Lips 22 Long Rifle 25 Round Smoke Magazine (M0112563SM)

Butler Creek Ruger 10/22 Steel Lips 22 Long Rifle 25 Round Smoke Magazine (M0112563SM)

Price:  $21.99

MPN:  M0112563SM
UPC:   051525241027


Banana Magazines

Steel Lips, 22 Long Rifle, 25 Round, Smoke, Magazine For Ruger 10/22

Butler Creek famous steel Lips magazine has the enhanced durability and function of stainless steel. For the ultimate in 22 cal. magazines get the Butler Creek Steel Lips Banana Magazines in 25-round versions for your 10/22. They are efficient for feeding and reloading. The precision-cast and -ground holders include a patented system to clip two or three magazines together for some real serious firepower.

Mfg Item Num: M0112563SM
Caliber :22 Long Rifle
Capacity :25 rd
Finish :Smoke
Model :Ruger 10/22

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by C. E., Tuesday 03 November, 2009
I just purchased the Ruger 10/22 All-Weather .22 rifle along with two of the Butler Creek 25 Round Smoke Magazines with the steel lips. Before going to the range, I fully loaded each of the magazines, inserted them into the rifle and manually cycled all of the cartridges without any problems. I did notice that one of the new magazines did not always push the last cartridge loaded back all the way to the top of the magazine, so I squirted a tiny amount of WD-40 which eliminated that problem. At the range I used the cheapest .22LR lead ammo I could find and had no problems at all with one magazine, but the "sticky" one failed to feed twice when firing at the fastest speed that I could muster. I then loaded the "sticky" magazine with high velocity, copper coated .22LR cartridges and could not get it to mis-feed again with the next three fully loaded magazines (75 rounds). Although I was skepticle reading the earlier review, I can honestly say that I'm VERY happy with these magazines...
by B. W., Thursday 26 March, 2009
I'm a police firearms instructor, and I recently I bought three of the Butler Creek, 25 round, smoke, steel lips magazines for my new Ruger 10/22. All three of these magazines failed to feed, and when they did, would only feed one round before the next round nose dived into the magazine. I went to the Butler Creek website to find out how I could return them, and all they have is a phone number, which I tried repeatedly with no results. I would not recomend these magazines to anyone...
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