Volquartsen's Spring-Loaded Magazine Ejector for the Ruger 22/45

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posted on January 3, 2012
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Its unique design uses spring pressure to forcefully remove the magazine from the grip frame. The innovative design not only aids in magazine removal but also adds an extension to the bottom of the magazine to make magazine reloads quick and reliable every time.

The ejector is CNC machined from an aluminum alloy and black hard anodized. Also features a CNC machined stainless steel button for increased durability.

Simply remove the magazine floor plate from a factory 22/45 magazine and replace with this ejector for an enhanced shooting experience!

Volquartsen Custom offers a complete line of rimfire rifles, pistols and accessories. Learn more at www.volquartsen.com.

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