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Butler Creek Ruger 10/22 Hot Lips Magazine .22 LR 25 Rounds Polymer Smoke Finish BUTEXP2522SM

 
Butler Creek
EXP2522SM
051525400103
13177
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The industry value leader in 10/22 magazines for the last several years has been the Butler Creek 25 round Hot Lips mag. Today Butler Creek offers the top of the line economical .22LR magazine for the Ruger carbine. These magazines can be clipped together for serious amounts of fun and rimfire firepower. The Hot Lips mags feature efficient feeding and reloading that no one else can match!

Specifications and features:
Butler Creek Ruger 10/22 Hot Lips Magazine BUTEXP2522SM
.22 Long Rifle
25 Rounds
Molded flat feeder lip
Self-lubricating polymers
Smoke Finish

Fits:
Ruger 10/22, Ruger 77/22 and AMT Lightning

 

Item#: 13177
Total number of Reviews: 26

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3.0 5
"good magazine, so far no trouble"
4.0 5
"These magazines are an excellent product, especially when coupled with the \"Ruger 10/22 Hot Lips Loader\"I own four of these magazines, and have yet to experience any problems. They do, however, take a slight tap to seat in the magwell, unlike the factory 10-rd magazines. The 'quick connect' dimples that allow you to hook up two magazines were too loose on my magazines to work properly, at least without glueing them together.The polymer lips have (so far) survived nearly five thousand rounds, and show very little wear."
3.0 5
"why did they make them with plastic lips i have one of thes and after putting 500rds through it the lips cracked and fel off no joke it really happend so i took apart my factory mag and put the steel lips on my 25 rd mag from the factory took awile but it was worth it other then that its a great mag!"
5.0 5
"I enjoy my Ruger 10/22. So much, that a 10 rd magazine is simply not enough for my time at the range. So when I found one of these, I snapped it up immediately. No feed problems, easy to load into the magazine by hand or with a loader. Very nice! And the price is better than at my local gun store, where they retail for more than 30 dollars! Get em while you can..."
5.0 5
"I purchased 4 of these mags back in the early 90's. I put well over 20,000+ (yes, twenty thousand+) through the 4 of them with very little problems overall. Of course now they are very worn and malf'ng somewhat.... still well worth it by far. These are the only mags I use with the 10/22 platform and encourage others to only use Butler Creek 25rd mags, either the hot lips or steel lips."
5.0 5
"Works well so far, not malfunctions and no modifications needed, but we'll see how they hold up."
5.0 5
"I just purchased one of these the other day after getting three of the Eagles (no feeding-no ejecting pieces of crap) and throwing them all in the trash when the feed lips broke after about 10 successful shots each. Anyway, I got this magazine and wasn't expecting much because every aftermarket mag I have tried has sucked but much to my suprise, these things work and they work good. 25 rounds in a little over 2 seconds and not one stovepipe. I can't squeeze the trigger fast enough to make this thing jam. I am going to buy a ton of them just to have laying around. The flat feed lips are awesome too since they don't get in the way of the extractor claw..I give these magazines an A+"
5.0 5
"I had some trouble with the factory 10 round Ruger mag in my new 10/22. So after some feeding problems with that, I went out and picked up one of these. It's a great magazine! I fired a lot of rounds through it already and not a single failure to feed. It's really easy to load and I like it better than the factory 10 round magazine because it's a lot easier to detach after you empty it. Simply a great product! A++++"
2.0 5
"fired about 50 round through this mag. seems like about every 5 rounds i had a jam. i was excited to try to this magazine after reading good reviews but im not very impressed with it"
4.0 5
"these clips rarely malfunction it all depends on the quality of the ammo you purchase."
4.0 5
"I purchased two of these recently, and i can say they're a really good product. I filled both up with Eagle ammo, snapped 'em together and went to town. There were some occasional jams that i mainly attribute to the ammo. Good ammunition is recommended as the slower feeding mechanism is less forgiving to residue and lead dust. Also the clips don't really lock in without playing with it a bit. i found i have to insert it then give it a little tug to set it in place. No big deal, but removes a perfect score. I also found that two of these fully loaded is a good way to waste 50 rounds as fast as you can pull the trigger. (about 25-30 seconds for me) >:)Aesthetically they look awsome. With all the customizations available they compliment any tactical style stock with an aggressive look. I have a fiber force with the stock sporter barrel, it's pretty wild. Two of them snapped together is a bit bulky and awkward though. (but FUN!)"
3.0 5
"Picked up a couple of these to run them through their paces after a big disappointment with the 30rnd Eagle magazines. Overall they feed pretty well with some issues with seating properly in my gun. The actual part that locks into the gun feels pretty cheap and feels like it might break when inserting it roughly but luckily it hasn't. A decent alternative to the Eagle 30's and still a good price, but if you like to have piles of brass that would fill a 5 gallon bucket at the end of the day, steel lipped mags are the only options."
5.0 5
"my thumbs like this mag better than the steel lips the only drawback it makes a crappy handle it missfeeds when dad pulls it back. thats ok becouse he gave the rifle to me good mag"
5.0 5
"I've had this mag for 10+ years, still works perfectly after thousands of rounds. I keep my gun clean and buy decent ammo, and I get no jams. Do the same and you'll be happy with this product."
5.0 5
"I have had these mags for years now with untold 1000's of rounds put through them and yes my friend they will ware out but I feel I got more than my moneys worth out of them infact I just ordered 4 more to put up cause this time next year we may not be able to get or have { remember the last assault weapons ban ???} shoot safe and get what you need now"
5.0 5
"I wrote my review on the Steel feed lip product by accident, have used both for over 20 years now. My plastic are still shooting to this day with no melting. The steel are just as good. Out of the 30+ mags I have bought over the years I still have 2 of this one that are fully functional and use them regularly, The only issue I have ever had with these is the housing cracking with being overly abused! Believe me when I say I have heated these things up to test them out, had an itchy trigger finger when I was a kid and used to love rapid firing these things as much as possible. Never had one that melted on me. If you run into a prob w/ these, check the front of the feed area on the mag, it will jam a little when you get too much powder build up (200+ rounds);)"
2.0 5
"I bought two of these a few months back and put about 2,500 rounds through the two of them. I have gone back to using factory 10 round magazines because the plastic lips on these things are horrid. They both eventually got so loose that rounds would come out vertically and get jammed between the follower and the base of the lips; very annoying. It would take great deal of wiggling to get them out. The last few rounds in the magazines would do this every single time without fail! I think I will stick OEM parts from now on."
4.0 5
"Bought two with my 10/22. They both jammed on the first few shots in the mag, but worked with last 20 shots. After 50 rounds through each, they work great with no jams after 500 rounds. Time will tell on the durability."
2.0 5
"I ordered one of these mags the other day and have to say i'm a little disapointed in them, the plastic lips are incredibaly hard to feed and feel like they're going to break, you can get a much better magazine for this price."
5.0 5
"These have good reviews for a reason. I have put about 500 rounds through my 10/22 with a whopping 1 jam (And i'm pretty sure that was an ammo problem, not a mag problem.) I'm going to order another one as they clip together. Don't waste your money on that drum mag, grab two of these and you'll be set!"
1.0 5
"I bought 2 of them, a few freinds bought them to and they all jamed after every shot. Put about every kind of ammo threw them and every one of them jams after the first or few rounds. waste of money, do yourself a favor and just get a few more factory mags."
5.0 5
"Don't listen to angry buyers, they have no idea what their talking about. I have owned this product for over ten years. The only feeding issues that I have ever encountered were when I tried putting sub-sonic or quick-shock through the 10/22. The thing is a Ruger problem, not a mag problem. The 10/22 jams when you're trying to use those rounds. If you don't alternate them with something like some good old American clean shooting Winchester Whitebox. This mag is exceptional and I own several. You can stick two together at a time in opposing directions. You just hit the mag release, flip the clips, insert, chamber, fire! So don't listen to an angry buyer."
5.0 5
"These are the best high cap mag for the 10/22. Works great with most types of 22lr."
1.0 5
"I got two of the clips because of the reviews. Only to have them both jam about every 2-5 shots, I tried 3 types of ammo. so after that I just used the stock 10rd clip.I'm just going to get 5 stock 10rd clips, I know those work. It's not any fun messing with clips that jam.I would of uploaded a vid if they let us."
1.0 5
"Ordered 2 of these. Could not get a singlle round to feed with either. The folks at Cheaper Than Dirt were really good...they took care of me."
1.0 5
"This mag is not worth it. Won't feed consistently.Leaves about 5 rounds in the mag. Stick with the Ruger line. You'll be glad you did."