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Mec-Gar Ruger MkIII 10 Round Magazine .22 LR Steel Blued

 
Mec-Gar
MGMK322LRB
765595106451
7-MGMK322LRB
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This is a Mec-Gar replacement/extra magazine for the Ruger Mark III. It features a heat treated housing and high-impact polymer or certified carbon steel follower and floorplate. The magazine spring is made of high strength type "D" music wire-the strongest wire available. TIG welding provides additional strength and a seamless finish. Each magazine surface is specially treated to ensure high corrosion resistance.

Specifications and Features:
.22 Long Rifle
10 rounds capacity
Steel
Blue

Fits:
Ruger Mark III

 

Item#: 7-MGMK322LRB
Total number of Reviews: 4

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5.0 5
"Bought 4 of these to use with my MkIII and my AWC Amphibian. The look to be about the same quality as the Ruger mags. They all functioned well with both pistols. By these unless you want to spend 5 dollars more for the same quality mag with a Ruger stamp."
5.0 5
"I bought half a dozen for my Mark III Hunter and after seeing them perform like the original magazines from Ruger, I ordered 7 more for my 22/45 Mark III. I had to order base plates to make the latter work in my 22/45, but at $2.00 each from Ruger, the total cost, including all the shipping charges, was still less than buying OEM mags. I just fired several hundred rounds of old ammo and the only malfunctions were from the crapy ammo I was using. I tried about 80 rounds of new ammo in these mags and no malfunctions at all. As a side note, I encountered as many malfunctions with my OEM mags and the bad ammo as I did with these mags. So, save yourself some money and try these mags. As for the 22/45, I couldn't even find the originals, so this was the only way to do it. Just in case anyone is interested in doing the same thing I did, search for this base plate convert your standard Mk III mags to 22/45 (magazine block bottom, #61097, $2.00 each at shopRuger dot com). Maybe CTD should start carrying them (hint hint)."
1.0 5
"Out of the box, 3 magazines, 0 feeds. Every single feed attempt ends up sticking on the feed ramp unless I manually pull the round up. Inserting the magazine also makes sticks on something about 1/2 way in unless I twist the magazine counter-clockwise. The sticking appears related to the shape of the magazine body rather than the pin, so its not even anything I can fix. That's a pretty big fail in my book."
5.0 5
"Just bought the new Ruger Mark IV. Since I'm cheap, and the Mec-Gar mags are almost half the price, I decided to try the Mec-Gar mags. They worked great! I loaded four mags, 2 Ruger and 2 Mec-Gar, went to the range and fired all four mags rapid fire. Not one failure with any mag!!! You can bet I'll buy more of these. It's like getting two for the price of one."