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Discussion in 'Rimfire' started by Higgins909, Dec 13, 2019.
And its the opposite for me. They work great in my 10/22.
The BX, factory 10 round, and Butler Creek mags have worked for me.
A mag loader would make a good gift too. I have this one and it's great.
Pic won't load but it's the Butler Creek model with the manual wheel on it.
I think most of us agree that the Ruger 10 round factory mags work great. But they only hold 10 rounds. I have a couple of the Tri Mag couplers and they are awesome. 30 rounds ready to go and they don't protrude out of the rifle very far.
In my 10/22's experience with BX25's it's more about the ammo used. The 10 rounders never have issues.
I've never had an issue with the BX-1, BX-15 or BX-25 mags in my takedown. I haven't tried the 15s or 25s in my Target model yet but I will give those a go my next range outing.
And don't forget the Christmas ammo
I will tell you right now how the BX 25 will function in it, lol.
I have several of these as well as several Ruger BX25 mags. Both have been 100% reliable for me through several thousand rounds.
Can’t say that for any of the others and I’ve tried them all.
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Hah. I believe you, I am just the difficult type that has to see for myself.
Traditionally, Ruger is synonymous with proprietary mag.