Ruger 10/22 BX-25 Magazine

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posted on February 24, 2012
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The design of the Ruger 10/22's BX-1 rotary box magazine is ingenious, but let's face it—10 rounds go by awfully fast in this semi-automatic rifle. Enter the BX-25, a jam-free, consistent-feed magazine designed for all varieties and vintages of the 10/22, Charger and SR-22.

"These are genuine Ruger factory magazines. We designed them. We didn't license and rebrand someone else's magazines," said Ruger CEO Michael Fifer. "We tested the BX-25 magazines extensively and they work as well as the original Ruger BX-1 rotary magazine, the gold standard for rimfire autoloading reliability."

Unfortunately, the BX-25 is not legal in California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Washington, DC, and certain cities in other states, so check local laws before ordering.

Nonetheless, at just $29.95 each, they provide two-and-a-half times more fun than the factory 10-rounder. Contact Ruger: (603) 863-3300, www.shopruger.com

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