25-Round Magazine for TUF-22 Rifles

25-Round Magazine for TUF-22 Rifles

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Weight .4 kg
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Single, 4-Pack

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This is how you get your 25 round magazines back for the Ruger 10/22 pattern rifles – the TUF-22 25-round magazine by Dlask Arms Corp. and HC3R magazines in the United States.

We collaborated with HC3R to have them manufacture these little beauties. What are they you ask ? Well, long story short they are a direct fit for our TUF-22 (Ruger 10/22 pattern) rifles. They feature a small plastic tab on the front that fits into the TUF-22 receiver. Because factory Ruger 10/22 rifles and Ruger Charger pistols don’t have this cut-out the magazines won’t fit. We submitted them to the RCMP for approval and got it. They agree that since the magazines dont fit into a non-modified Charger, and it’s illegal to modify the Charger to accept them, they are 100% A-OK to use them in our TUF-22 rifle or even a modified (yes, it is perfectly legal to modify a rimfire rifle) Ruger 10/22 type rifle since there is no magazine capacity limit on rimfire rifles in Canada.

If you have a factory Ruger rifle and are interested in having it modified to fit these magazines then please contact us today and we can sort out how best to get that done for you.

Let’s all get back to normal shall we with the Dlask Arms Corp. 25 round freedom sticks we can make that happen !

Directly from the HC3R website :

The HC3R™ Ruger® 10/22® magazine:
-Assembled with stainless fasteners.
-High impact formulated composite resin body not glued plastic.
-Stainless steel feeding lips. Reliable single stack magazine.
-Thumb assist, for ease of manual reloading.
-Ammo pocket to hold an additional 20 rounds on board.
-Removable Stripper Clip that allows those 20 rounds to be loaded in seconds.
-This magazine is capable of holding 45 rounds. The most effective way to use this magazine is to have 20 rounds in the magazine and 20 rounds in the ammo pocket.

Proper Ammo-Stacking Procedure for Magazine:
-Load 20 rounds into the stripper clip
-Insert loaded stripper clip into the magazine
-Holding the magazine with your left hand, pull down on the thumb assist slightly with your left thumb      so the rounds are loose in the magazine
-This is the important part:
-Make sure that the rim of the round stays toward the spine of the magazine like you are cradling the magazine
-Then tip the magazine, letting the rounds slide forward
-When they have reached the feeding lips and stopped, release the follower
-Then check the stack by pushing on the nose of the round to make sure there is no air in the stack
-If you push down on the round and the round stays flat, then repeat the procedure
-If it springs back up then you’re ready to fire!

 

Package contains (x1) magazine body and (x2) stripper clips. Ammunition not included.