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Mag ProMag Ruger 10/22 50 Round Drum .22 LR 17 Mach 2 Rugged Black Polymer USA

 
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RUG-A14
708279007453
MAG-414
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Mag ProMag Ruger 10/22 50 Round Drum .22 LR 17 Mach 2 Rugged Black Polymer USA

Maximum firepower for your Ruger 10/22! Sturdy 50 Round magazine is made of rugged polymer. ProMag added metal feed lips so it will with stand years of use. Fits most 10/22 models, .22LR and .17 Mach 2. Only the finest polymers go into ProMag magazine bodies. The springs are precision wound using heat treated chrome silicon wire. Followers are injection molded from polymers selected for their durability. Each and every ProMag is made right here in the U.S.A. This improved magazine design includes a steel insert and a loading assist lever for reliable feeding in any conditions.
 

Item#: MAG-414,77663,3-1021761,2-MGPMRUG-A14,9-48467,6-1021761
Total number of Reviews: 68

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2.0 5
"THE MAGAZINE i PURHCHASED HAD A DESIGN FLAW, CAUSING MISFEED, AND JAMMING. MAGAZINE LIPS ARE NOT THE SAME AS OTHER MAGAZINES."
– MADDOG
5.0 5
"I think the drum clip is very good. The one I have has still works good after shooting up to 10,000 round. The only time I have a jam is when my gun is in need of cleaning."
– DJ
4.0 5
"I bought this to go with my Krinker Plinker and it works flawlessly. I thought it was hard to load the drum at first but now it is easy. This drum really adds the Firepower to my Ruger 10/22."
– Anson
1.0 5
"Difficult to load and will not feed"
– Dan
5.0 5
"i'v shot 1575 rounds through this bad boy and only a few have mis fed, also the loading is a bit differnt but you get used to and it becomes very fast. this thing kicks ass!"
– jonny pot smoker
1.0 5
"The mag kicks the rounds to high and consistently jams. You might get off one or two rounds and thats it. This thing is Junk. It is a complete wast of money"
– shooter
5.0 5
"thank you god"
– none
2.0 5
"This thing does not feed well, i had to file down the edge of the lips just to get the round to chamber, and even then I still had to manualy push the bolt forward, the spring does not have enough force to feed rounds properly."
– a shooter
1.0 5
"I had bought this drum because I wanted to have a high cap magazine just like everyone else. The bad part is... it doesnt work! the fallower jams and sticks to the iner side walls of the drum, the spring in undersprung, I have to \"Tap, Rack, Bang\" almost every 3 shots. On the other hand I did not need to file the Mag at all it fits! but the Dahm thing just doesnt work. I should have just bought two 25 round mags and commando taped them, I would have saved money and and would have a higher quality in performance. I would have never expected this from Promag."
– Chris
4.0 5
"This is basically a good product. It is a fine addition to my 10/22's (both of them), and I am very satisfied with it's performance.HOWEVER...the main issue with this magazine is that it is not refined in the shaping of the metal lips at the top feeder. They are poorly cast, and need a bit of careful filing with a good-quality jeweler's file to set the proper alignment with the 10/22 bolt slide and also the bullet feeding lip. In it's raw delivery form, this equipment *will* jam until the bolt of your rifle literally performs it's own \"filing job\" on the metal feed lip. (The included directions vitually admit to this as they point out that \"this is a mechanical device and will need some break-in time to function well\"...This is, of course, merely a substitute for proper machining by the manufacturer...\"cost reduction\", perhaps?)At any rate, with a very little bit of effort, I was able to make two of these drum magazines perfectly functional, and *very* effective. The loading technique takes a few tries to get used to, but is really no big deal. (Bullets go into the magazine through the magazine top , by the way.) Overall, it's a worthwhile product and, as far as I know, the only one of it's kind available. I would purchase it again. Good fortune!"
– Target Shooter
2.0 5
"So far I have had two different gunsmiths look at this 10/22 DRUM, looks cool but does not function like it should for the price it costs! Both gunsmiths basicly gave up knowing how much it cost in fear of destroying the drum! Its cool but it will take time and money to make it function at all! At first it didn't work at all then every other shell would jam now is that any fun? Ryan"
– Ryan
4.0 5
"I bought my drum last Saturday, brought it home and loaded 30 rounds into it.It worked perfectly! On the downside, I did notice rough spots on top rail of feeding lips. I scraped it with my pocketknife just to smooth it up a little before I loaded it. No problems!One last thing, you almost need 3 hands to load it!!!Overall, a nice product that is a 1 of a kind."
– Bill
1.0 5
"Does not work"
– Sucks
4.0 5
"I bought Six (6) of these magazines to use with my Two (2) Kilnker Plinker's. This is a good magazine that needs a little TLC in the begining of it's operational life. As with all mechanical items, it needs to be broken in. After cycling about 75 rounds through them I did have about 10 rounds that gave me trouble. I used a Fine Gunsmithing File to relieve the metal feeding lips and since then I have not had a mis-feed since. The instructions that come in each Magazine Box say's that there has to be a break in period for them. Give it some time and care and it'll begin to work for you. Use a Q-Tip to clean the Feed Opening and LIGHTLY Lubricate and you'll see haow well it will perform. This 64 year old former USMC Gunnery Sgt. enjoys his new Toys. Semper Fi and Stay Safe."
– GySgt-USMC
1.0 5
"I just bought one of these and it doesnt work, it jammed every time!I think the feeding lips are too big!"
– dosent work
1.0 5
"I have just three words to describe this drum mag \"PIECE OF CRAP\".But I will give PRO DRAG a chance to stand behind their product and fix or replace it with a working unit.It seems like if they would spend some more time on refinements and attention to details instead of paying people to give good reviews online to rebutt all the negative post I have read then they might have a good product on thier hands. I will give another review to reflect my experience with promag and their customer service.It would be a good idea to work the manafacturing bugs out of a product before shipping. Wish me luck and only buy one if you have too much time on your hands to fix or deal with these problems or too much money in your pocket and want to trade said money for a neat looking but NON WORKING product then the pro mag is for you."
– promagsuxass
1.0 5
"This thing does not work! Why is it so expensive? I thought that I just got a bad one until I found out that you had to be extremly lucky to get one that worked. You would be better off spending the money on a mail order bride that never showed up!!!"
– Big Shooter
5.0 5
"This drum mag is simply incredible! Yes, it takes a short break-in period and it will likely jam a few times, but after the first 75 rounds or so it rocks! And if you're still skeptical, realize this: ProMag stands behind their products. I've been using their mags for years and have only returned one defective unit (20-round .40 S&W for my Ruger PC-4), which they replaced with no questions asked. Heck, after I called they even sent a pre-paid envelope to ship it back to them! Try this drum, you'll love it!"
– JohnnyG4Gun
4.0 5
"I Purchased the Drum Mag about 2 months ago.When first shot my thoughts were that the drum mag was a piece. The reason being that after every couple shots the gun would jam.Then after working with drummag i realized what was going on,the reason i was getting jammed was because of the speed i was trying to shoot my 22.So then i realized i had to shoot it at slow pace to keep it from jamming cause the new mag has such astrong feediig force it was causing the gun to jam when i tried to shoot it at a fast pace. Know that i have broken it in shoots very well with know jams and i can shoot it as fast and as slow as i need."
– Cheezy
1.0 5
"I BOUGHT ONE OF THESE AND THEY RE JUNK. MUST BE MADE IN CHINA OH WELL"
– rugerman
1.0 5
"Don't waste your money or your time!! I bought one of these drums and thought it was a good deal. First time I tried it was on a new unfired weapon, and it jamed the gun EVERY TIME!!! I had better luck with the thirty round clips I had gotten. They never jamed. When I received it for Christmas it look like a quality product. I was never more disappointed!!"
– Iceman
4.0 5
"Yes they are a pain to start with but read the instructions it says to break it in. Mine would not feed the first round till I tried it by hand and saw the problem is with burrs on the feed lips. Jusr get rid of the sharp edge at the front guide and flaten the inside top guides. Yhere is a little protrusion that causes the round to stop or stovepipe. Just run your finger in it like the cartridge would feed and you will feel them and take them down flat. The round should just slide out with no stoping. No more problems. Hope this helps."
– Mike R
1.0 5
"I bought 2 drums and both jam. I've been through the break-in, filing and proper lub to make them feed. It's a good idea but the feed is awful. I guess some folks had good luck based on these reviews, but I'll just use my 30 round clips."
– jsteve
1.0 5
"I bought this thinking it would be a neat addition to my 10/22 toy. Couldn't have been more wrong. I've been working with it for a while now, and I can honestly say I have NO faith in this product. It is plagued with feed jams ( I've checked repeatedly for burrs and defects ; everything is smooth, I've left it loaded, unloaded, cycled rounds through it repeatedly, firing and otherwise), the stop for the bullets is a simple misshapen piece of plastic that doesn't promote any elevation of the bullet, preventing the shell from chambering at least 50% of the time (not exaggerating). I get a LOT of misfires, bad feeds, and stovepipes with this thing. A LOT, not to mention that the feed issues can kink the casing on a shell or put massive burrs on the bullet to scar up your barrel, or worse. I've seen other reviews here where people have had good experience, so maybe it's a hit or miss Quality Control Issue, and maybe I landed in the \"miss\" category, but coolness aside, isn't 70 bucks a lot to pay for something that may or may not turn your firearm into a safety issue every time you use it ?"
– Quonto
1.0 5
"I don't know how any one can defend this junk!!! I'm handy with tools, and have built a few riffles, but FOR $75 I SHOULDN'T HAVE TO BE FIXING SOMEONE ELSE'S PRODUCT!!!!!"
– Real shooter
2.0 5
"Hey there 10/22 fans i wrote a review on the drum mag a while back u can see my review if u go back down the list of reviews i was toldly wrong the drum mag is terrible i\"ve owned countless mags that have been made for this 22 there have been good and sum are great but the drum really does suck i bought my first drum mag last year i really thought it was a good mag but i had to do so much work to it before i was ready to take it to shoot then i took it to the range shot out of it a couple of rounds and said it works but every time i go to the range it seems to just jam all the time so i decide to get one more to see for myself if this mag is worth it or if all the bad hipe is true it is just like my last mag i had to file down the metal feed lips try to break it in but nothing works when i first got my new mag i thought i messed up my last mag by modifing it but no it helped but not enough PROMAG BLOWS it was just a waste of my hard earned money they need to stop making and selling these dont get me wrong CHEAPERTHANDIRT is the BEST but they need to get this thing of ther books fast so there u have it if u are thinking of buying a promag dont waste your time or money CHEAPERTHANDIRT has a lot more mags to choose from buy one of them what i really mean stock up on them 1 is never enough"
– cheezy
4.0 5
"This blew me away with how awesome it was when I got it. Easy to load, easy to use, lots of ammo. The first two drums I shot had no malfunctions, but as I go on, each drum gives me more and more problems, I'm pretty sure it's just dirty inside, as it sounds kind of gritty. I need to open it up and check it out."
– Chuck
1.0 5
"This is the worst product I have ever bought for my Ruger 10/22. When I sent it back to ProMag for repair, they kept it and then told me they destroyed it because they knew there was design flaw in their product which would prevent it from ever working properly. They knew it would jam and continue to jam, no matter what re-work was performed on it. At least they gave me a \"store credit\" for my two ProMag .22 Drums which I returned to them. I was a little upset that they decided to destroy my two drums without checking with me first. I assumed they would repair them and then return them to me, instead of taking it upon themselves to destroy them without my permission. The drums look extremely cool, and I would have liked to have at least one of them returned to me, so that I could use it for \"show\", with the understanding that it would never feed the .22 rounds properly, but that was not an option which was afforded me, because they destroyed my two drums and never returned any replacements to me. I used their store credit to purchase other cool ProMag accessories for my AR-15. Their other products for the AR-15 are quite impressive, and I am enjoying the ancillary accessories for my AR-15 which I purchased from them using the \"store credit\" which they gave me for the two worthless ProMag 22 Drums which I had returned to them, as stated above. Do Not buy this ProMag 22 Drum from any dealer, as you will be extremely sorry, when you find that it jams and flat out does not work as advertised."
– ProMag
4.0 5
"I have used all types of magazine for all types of firearms. This Drum is a good magazine (BUT) it does need some work. I had to use files and 320 grit sand paper to smooth out the feed ramp. I used the drum in a standerd 10/22 and my Kilinker Plinker. The first 75 to 100 rounds were a little ruff, BUT know it runs good. O'YA it looks great in the Kilinker Plinker. I would like to see how long it lasts before I get another one. Over all it is a good magazine, just give it some time."
– Deputy Dog
1.0 5
"Don't do it! Don't waste your time or money on one of these magazines because they are Junk! Any good review about this product on this site is bogus and written by someone from Pro Mag. The feed lips of these mags are cast and they are so poor they will not work! Don't do it! I know it seems so sweet to be able to get a 50 round drum for your 1022. But these are GARBAGE! You have been Warned!"
– MikeMike
1.0 5
"This thing looks cool, but works like crap! For the amount of cash it cost, it should at least work half the time. Now I'm stuck with something I'd feel guilty giving away. If anyone finds a way of making this thing work, they'll make a fortune on everyone's misfortune."
– Disapointed
5.0 5
"I bought mine to use in a brand new 10/22 rifle, and also with the charger. My charger doesn't like any mags other than factory ones. This is also the case with the drum, and the 3 other brand mags I have tried including this Drum. In the new rifle using federal bulk pack ammo, I had a 8 or 9 Jams with the first 50, then 4 or 5 with the next 50, It decrease to 3 jams on 3rd set of 50. The rest of the 500 rounds were used and would only jam on the last round. This was a brand new never been fired rifle and brand new drum. Now that I have clean and lubed the rifle, installed recoil buffer, and lightly oiled the Drum with a Q-tip it never has any jams. I have 2k round through it now and feeds fine on the cheapest bulk ammo or Wolf match extra or anything in between. Anytime you deal with a 3rd party mag, especially in .22 lr there will be issues, the Drum take a little TLC to function properly but I wouldn't trade it for 10 25 round steel lip mags. With the aid of a small screwdriver or punch I can load this 50 round drum all day and never get a sore thumb or have to spen another $25-$40 on a specialty loader."
– Itwillwork
1.0 5
"Simply put: if you buy something new then it should work...100% of the time without having to use sandpaper, oil or other forms of tinkering. The users of this magazine who say to \"work with it\" or \"give it time\" are the reasons why businesses make crappy products and just let these cheapo's figure them out in order to make them work. A rifle clip/magazine is not rocket science to manufacture as i'm retired from Ruger Arms and know what i speak about. These cheap-assed drum magazines are cheaply produced using foreign mateirals & labor. Forget this product along with those who tell you to mess with it in order to get it working properly."
– Rugerman
1.0 5
"One of the, if not the worst item I have ever spent money on. Feed lip is terrible and could never make it work right. I would advise against getting this for anyone"
– Mikey
1.0 5
"I purchased two and they both jam every few rounds, instead of Mach 2 Rugged Black Polymer, it should be RAGGED Black Polymer.After reading other reviews about feed lips I will work on them.Cost too much not to try something. They look great, but don't let looks fool you."
– Mike
1.0 5
"Like many of the above I thought this would be a cool mag for my 10/22. Wishful thinking. Very well made, but it just doesn't work! It jammed so many times I thought I would take it apart and see if I could improve its functioning. Danger Will Rogers! Danger! The spring in this little mother is so strong that it nearly decapitated my thumb when it flew out! Got a nice bloody gash! Believe me, there is no hope of putting this Humpty Dumpty back together again! It went right in the trash."
– Kanilure
2.0 5
"I find that it helps if you load the drum and let it sit for a month or two before range time. It still jams, but not as bad.... If you don't have one, stick with mags"
– SGT BOUDREAU
1.0 5
"I thought about buying one for my 10/22. BUUUTTTTT.... then I read the reviews. Forget that. That piece of chinese junk gave that one guy a bloody finger for crying out loud!!!!!!!"
– angry plinker
2.0 5
"I have not been very pleased with this at all. As you can probably guess from reading other reviews this product seems to have some major QA/QC issues. I have tinkered with this mag for a wile and have not been able to get anywhere. I have had maybe 1 30 rd. load without a jam out of 10. I think I gave it a pretty fair shake. I have deburred the feed lips and cycled the mag manually many many times. So if people are getting this thing to work I assume they must have just got a really good mag. If you gamble this product could be for you. GOOD LUCK!!!"
– Pathfinder
1.0 5
"waste of money, the mag sucks, it would jam when i chambered a round into it, had to file it down a bit then it just jammed about every 5 shots."
– eric
1.0 5
"I wound up with two of these drums. One from an online auction and a backordered product.Both were complete failures. Would not even chamber the first round. I did get it to go bang twice in a row one time.Returned one to seller for a refund and sent the other back to ProMag for replacement. They will replace them with another just like it forever.Don't bother ordering one unless you just want something that looks good. They DO look neat as heck while on display."
– Steve
1.0 5
"Sent back to promag for replacement today(their pickin up the UPS fee) because EVERY round jams,brand new,i loaded it a week before use.DONT BUY,DONT BUY!!!"
– nokillingme
1.0 5
"i bough this mag and as soon as i got it i took it to the range.it wouldnt fire a shot soooo i sent it back and got a replacement. this one also did not work. finally I gave up. I think the whole thing is really a poor design.."
– seth
5.0 5
"I called the manufacturer and did exactly what they said. I shot cci ammo. I loaded exactly the way the directions said. My bolt hit the steel lips so I ground them down with a dremel tool until there was clearence. I put 150 rounds through it without a single failure."
– jack
1.0 5
"I received it as a gift. The first time I loaded it, I had about 30 rounds in, and the spring tension snapped a plastic part inside the drum, and the spring uncoiled within. Ruined without ever getting to fire a shot. So I shot it with my 12 gauge."
– S.
5.0 5
"Just like any new magizine it took a little bit of tinkering around with but after some TLC i put it in my Dragunov 10/22 stock I rocked on with about 550 rounds and never had a problem after that. Semper Fidelis"
– Cpl-USMC
1.0 5
"I should have read the reviews before I bought this pice of junk! Some say you have to break it in before it will cycle rounds. How can you break it in when it won't even cycle one round? When I tried to cycle it manually the first bullet wasn't even close to lined up with the bore. Every single round I tried to to cycle into the gun are now bent to the point that the rounds are useless. I tried to do some filing with a jewlers file as some mentioned and that didn't help at wich point I took it apart to see if I could see if something was jammed inside but it flew apart. I am lucky I wasn't injured. There should be a warning never to take this thing apart for any reason. The spring flew out and I couldn't figure out how to get it back in. I was so frustrated that I just bent the spring and threw it away. I am one more case of someone who wasten his money on this item. A magazine should function without having to file or modify it in any way. I would have given it a chance if at least one round had made it into the barrel but I tried about 20 times. I am not a novice and in all my years of shooting this is by far the wort magazine I ever TRIED to use. I can't even say it was the worst magazine I ever used. I am very happy with other items I have bought from cheaperthandirt.com. This is the first item I would say they should discontinue. Don'd buy this item."
– ecoovert
1.0 5
"Throw rocks....They are more reliable. This drum is a P.O.S."
– AbnInf
1.0 5
"I bought this and have NEVER got it to chamber even one round without jamming. If I unjam the first round and put it into the chamber and fire the gun, then the next round jams. And on it goes.Looks cool. Doesn't work. $90 wasted. I've contacted ProMag, but I'm not expecting miracles based on the other reviews.Stick with the Ruger 10 round mags. They have never failed me (and I have some that are over 20 years old)."
– Dan
1.0 5
"I agree with the other reviewers...this is pretty much junk. It jams at least every third round and destroys the shell in the process.What is most disturbing is that I've tried to contact the company, ProMag Industries, several times to ask them what they can do about it. No response. Nothing. I don't think I will consider buying ANY of their products after this. Too bad."
– Zosh
1.0 5
"I should have read the reviews before I bought two of these pieces of junk. One of them will not even lock into my gun unless I hold the action open, then my action will not even close. The second one goes in but the metal lip on the clip makes every round jam. Does the manufacturer even try it in a gun to make sure there product works? DO NOT BUY!!!!!!"
– Karl
1.0 5
"In a comprehensive test on new 10/22 products I have now run between 30,000 and 50,000 rounds through various products including magazines. The ProMag 50rd drum was the single worst product in all of testing. I puchased a pair to be fair. They both did not make it through one loading without malfunctioning."
– Biggest 10/22 test
1.0 5
"I bought one of these and it jammed after every shot and destroyed the bullets. I was lucky and got ahold of someone at promag. They told me\" you must have gotten one of the old ones send it back and we will replace. It cost me $12 to send it back and they did send me another one but I could not even get it to load more than 1 round. Tension release did not work."
– Dave
1.0 5
"If you want to spend alot of money, then wait eagerly for it to come in the mail, then it gets there and it works about as good as a HiPoint with a busted feed lip."
– Frank
3.0 5
"First off, it doesn't work for crap! i was so close to taking it to the range and put some holes in it. So i changed my mind and some extra time to tinker with it (about an hour with a dremel and some plastic spacers) and finally got this pile of crap to WORK! so if you got some extra time on your hands give it a chance before you throw it away."
– PSL Shooter
1.0 5
"this does not work with the 17hm2 at all.very disapointed"
– kyle
1.0 5
"I shot one of these when they first came out, they were 100% junk. I shot one a couple of weeks ago and it is STILL junk. It wouldn\uFFFDt fire out of me or my two brother\uFFFDs 10/22s. A guy at the range tried it out on his 10/22. He was able to get 8 rounds to go off before it jammed. THAT\uFFFDS A RECORD! PROMAG lost a lot of my respect for tricking people into buying this magazine with an 80% failure rate. Butler Creek and Tactical innovations are the way to go with a 10/22."
– The \"FLASH\"
4.0 5
"At first it wouldn't feed rounds properly, then I read the directions about only using round nose 22lr shells and it worked awesome. With the hollow points it would jam and not feed properly but with round nose Remington Thunderbolt's never had a problem. When we go to the range my 8 year old shoots a Ruger Charger with this drum and does great."
– Ted
3.0 5
"This looks really cool with my Cherokee MG42 stocked 10/22 when it\uFFFDs hanging on the wall but in action its really hit or miss. At first it would jam after 3 or 4 rounds even with the recommended solid nose high velocity ammo but now I agree with PSL shooter in his/her earlier review. A little time with the dremel and some really thin shims and it only jams on rare occasions. Worth it for the looks of you want to put a little time and effort into it but if not stick with the 50 round teardrop mag or regular hi cap banana mags, much more reliable and a lot less of a project headache."
– Atakith
5.0 5
"First off, I ordered this drum mag fully ready to grind and break it in before it shot great, but to my surprise after I loaded it up with 50 rounds. I was able to go through all 50 rounds, except the very first which failed to load properly, perfectly. I have probably put 10,000 rounds through my 10/22, and I clean it as often as I can, My advice to everyone is clean your gun before you try and cycle this great drum through your gun. Give it time, it is a fantastic mag. I am extremely happy with it."
– James V
5.0 5
"For me the quality of service is just as important as the product itself. You never seem to see this many reviews for a product that works flawlessly. I have three 10/22's, each with different stocks, and this mag fits each one with the stock removed. It works in my laminate-stock carbine as-is. Works in the International with a little wiggling to get it seated. But I am in the process of modifying my after-market folding stock so I can use it in the one I bought it for in the first place. I made the mistake of trying to modify the mag to fit the stock (like the 20 round Saiga drum), and ended up ruining it so it wouldn't work in the other two. I called ProMag just to ask for some pointers on fitting and was going to order a new drum. But Steve at ProMag made my day by offering to replace the drum even after I told him that I had wrecked it. I have ProMag products on a number of my guns and always check thier catalog first for extra mags because I have never had trouble with fit or function. The manner in which they handled this issue has only confirmed my choice of them as a first-rate, go-to company."
– Greg
1.0 5
"Both this and the United 50rd drum look very cool on Ruger while hanging on the wall. This would not feed any round from hollow point, to jacketed, to round nose lead. The mag only bent each of the rounds. I am going to contact CTD and see if I can return it. Over MANY years I have dealt with CTD and have been 110% satisfied. With this mag. if they won\uFFFDt take it back will be a great target. Semper Fi."
– Father Time
5.0 5
"I ordered my first 50 round drum about 5 months ago, then another 2 months ago. Each one seems to have been a different \"model\". The feed ramps on each look to be different versions. The first of which is simply a ramp, the second, a ramp with an additional second smaller ramp carved into it. Regardless though, the quality and functionality are both the same--great. I do not feed an type of special ammo through them, just bulk boxes. Before loading each drum I always polish the ramps with a very soft wire dremal wheel, this seems to work wonderfully and at worst, I will have only one jam, but those are perhaps one in ten. Also, loading these drums seems to be another jamming issue that some might have, when you pull down the tension release lever, it drops the rounds down, and if you pull the lever all the way down then the rounds sometimes catch on the side and may even end up standing strait up without your knowledge. The trick is only pulling the lever down enough to put one round in at a time and pushing it down on the others to make sure they are flat. Doing those few thing will result in an extremely fun, well functioning drum magazine.The one and only concern I have about these drums are that the ramps begin to \"stair step\" after 10 or so shootings. I called Promag and they said they would replace or fix them for me but if I \"altered\" them then my warranty would be void. Sadly \"altering\" includes any type of dremal work...but I don't think they'll notice polishing with a layer of wax and powder on the ramp! :)Be safe and have fun shooting! James V"
– James V
1.0 5
"Pro-mag should be ashamed for selling these. I have two 10/22's that function flawlessly with the regular butler creek banana clips. These magazines jam every other round; double feeds, stovepipes, and every other malfunction results when using these pieces of trash. I bought two of them to finish off my Thompson look-a-like kit and my MG-42 look-a-like dress up kits and neither of the the drums I bought will fire more than one to two rounds without jamming so bad, I have to remove the magazine and dig into the receiver with my fingers or a pair of tweezers. I have tried lubricating them, waxing them and even dremmeling the feed ramps slightly (which voided my warrant & prevented me from returning them). Do not buy this junk! You may as well flush your money down the toilet or just send it to me so I can burn it for you. These mags are worthless!"
– Glenn
5.0 5
"I got this drum mag a couple weeks ago, loaded it up with round nose bullets and fired away! Not a single jam out of my Ruger SR22. The only draw back to this drum is that its hard to reach the mag release when removing the drum, but thats not the drums fault! I will be buying a few more of these!."
– Jim Reamey
5.0 5
"This is the FIRST aftermarket 10/22 high capacity mag I've found that actually works well. And it's easy to load. I've put about 1500 rounds through mine with VERY little problem. I have tried many different types and makes of 10/22 mags over the years. I have found that most stick mags, especially RamLine, are total junk after a few hundred rounds. I am an avid hunter and firearms instructor, and seldom recommend a product. But if you are a 10/22 owner, you need to try one of these. Thanks ProMag for finally making a good 10/22 mag."
– Coolhuntr
1.0 5
"What a waste of money. Hard to load. Jams up loading. No way can you get 50 into it. What you can get in does not cycle through right. Jams up the gun. Save you money and stick with the banana clips."
– cj
2.0 5
"This is one item I do not recommend. It jams more than it shoots. I cleaned my gun, thinking that may be the cause of the jamming, but it didn't make any difference. I tried putting paraffin wax on it, but that didn't work. I took it to a gunsmith who told me that it's just a piece of junk, and that I should just stick with 30 round magazines or the factory 10 round mags."
– Two - Tone