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Mag Ruger Mini-14 .223 Rem. 10 Round Magazine Blue Steel Factory Style Magazine

 
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This is a 10 round magazine for Ruger Mini-14 rifles in .223 caliber, not made by Ruger but has the same shape and style floorplate so it appears like a factory Ruger magazine, blued steel. New, current production. 
Total number of Reviews: 15

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4.0 5
"With nine rounds loaded: fits snug, holds bolt back after last round, and feeds well (no malfunctions with 100 rounds through one mag, so not an extensive test). You can get ten rounds in it, but there is no additional \"play\" so very hard to lock in with bolt closed, dents case of first round, and usually does not feed first round. Inserting mag loaded with 10 rounds with bolt open is fine, but you cannot reliably \"top-off\" with 10 rounds in the mag with bolt closed. Also, floor-plate is \"factory style\" but is not removable (that I can find) as with the factory 5-round mags. A removable floor-plate and a change in design to allow reliable feeding with all 10 rounds would make this a perfect mag for jurisdictions where there is still a 10-round limit. Mr. Masen, are you listening?"
3.0 5
"Purchased two of these mags. I had one jam the first time I used it, but not a problem since out of 50 rounds. It snaps in place fairly tight and easily. Not the best looking since they appear to be painted."
1.0 5
"Junk. These are not blued as stated. They are painted black. Not one of the five I got can feed more than one round before jamming. Dents 1st round if you load mag with bolt closed."
4.0 5
"had one of several that i ordered dent case with 10 rds. tapped down feed lips slightly. holds 10, feeds perfect. base is easily removable with small standard screwdriver. hope it helps."
3.0 5
"I bought 4 of these mags and had all of them fit fine in my new mini 14. They all fired with out any problems, but some times the gun would have a problem loading a round in the chamber at the very begining. It would get stuck on the back lip of the mag. Overall I like these mags, great for just plinking but not for going into battle with."
1.0 5
"Maybe I just got a really bad mag, but it will only feed the first round, and only with the bolt open. When it cycles to feed the second round it just crushes it between the bolt and receiver. Very unsafe!! Very dissapointed with this mag."
3.0 5
"I ordered 2 of these magazines and they arrived very fast, CTD always has good shipping. I loaded both mags and began dry feeding them. The first mag works perfectly. Not a single problem in over 500 rounds so far. But the other one in dry feed testing (manually cycling the rounds) would consistently jam on the 7th round and in live fire the same thing, it would eather FTO or jam. So 1 out of 2 earns 3 bullets. Now one thing with these they do seem to dent the first round with the full 10 rounds when inserted with the bolt closed but not to badly dented unless your going to reload you casing. So all in all its a 50/50 chance on getting a decent mag."
4.0 5
"I purchased this and had no problem at all with it. I am ordering one or two more! The only reason I did not give it a 5 bullet rating is because it is not factory. Otherwise with this product at almost 1/2 price, who would pay for factory? OK I give it 5 bullets! ;>)"
3.0 5
"Not bad after a little work with some sand paper because they are painted not blued (as advertised). I had to sand off the paint in a couple spots so they would fit and feed. I also needed to file down the lock bar on the back so they could be removed without rocking them for 5 minutes. So far I have had no feeding issues but I only put about 50 rounds through each of the two I bought. All in all, if you are willing to do a little work you can get cheap functional mag (for the range at least). So 3 bullets -1 for them not being blued and -1 for the work necessary to get them to function properly."
4.0 5
"This can't be beat for the money. Both of mine function fine. The only drawback is they're painted and chip easy. I sanded mine and problem solved."
5.0 5
"I just ordered two of these and both snapped into my Mini better than the factory mags (my mini is a 184) they cycled rounds without a single problem. I will be ordering more. Plus they look way better than the 30 round mags. THEY ARE NOT BLUED, they are painted. If you want functionality, these are it!"
3.0 5
"false advertisement these are painted not blued. Thank you for pointing this out, we are changing the ad to reflect this. When we checked the mfr website, it said blue steel."
1.0 5
"The bolt on my mini 14 would become jammed on the top of these clips on about half of the rounds fired. I attempted to sand the paint, not blued as advertised, so that it would cycle better and this gave better results but it still had issues with cycling. Thank goodness Ruger finally put out a 10 round stock mag. I bought a couple of those and these will get relegated to the project shelf if I get bored sometime"
1.0 5
"I bought these and none of them feed properly. Don't have paperwork so I guess I'm stuck with paper weights. They feed 5 rounds and then no more will feed they just sit there staring at me. Very unhappy!!Total junk and cant believe they would make something like this..."
5.0 5
"After reading some of the less than happy comments before purchase, I was a little worried about using these. NOT ANY MORE!! The people that have had problems is something I don't understand. I \"dry fired\" these magazines before taking them out to use them on the firing range. Two of the four I purchased jammed after 6 rounds. Marked them so I would use them first on the firing range, and they cycled PERFECTLY. Now I learned a long time ago to \"POP\" the rear of a magazine after loading to \"seat\" the rounds properly and get rid of any loose areas in the magazine. That may be the difference between the \"dry fire\" and live fire cycling.Something else is that I did some research on these mags and they are made by John Masen, which makes them top of the aftermarket."