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Remington Model 597 30 Round Magazine .22 LR Black Polymer 19668

 
Remington
19668
047700196688
2-MGREM19668
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$18.07
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Specifications and Features:
High quality polymer construction
Chrome-silicone spring for max spring life
Black
30-round capacity for .22 LR
Made in the USA
 

Item#: 2-MGREM19668,3-1022945
Total number of Reviews: 4

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4.0 5
"Recently purchased two of these mags, and after running four full feeds through each (120 rounds), I haven't experienced one FTF or any other malfunction. This was using Winchester M22 ammo. 4 bullet rating is due to the all poly construction. Metal feed rails at the top would definitely be nice, as the plastic will eventually wear down. Other than that, I recommend this magazine...if you can find one now."
– J
3.0 5
"It\uFFFDs nice to be able to load a magazine and not have to reload for awhile. This mag is great and I haven\uFFFDt had any feed issues. It only gets three bullets for its difficulty in inserting into the weapon. It is VERY tight and I\uFFFDm sure this helps with preventing jams but there is absolutely NO wiggle room and my 10 year old is unable to do it without assistance. Still a recommended product though."
– nstewart
5.0 5
"I have to start off by saying thanks for the fast shipping. I recently upgraded my Remington 597 to the Promag Archangel 597 and I couldn't be happier. This clip is very durable and fires well. Winchester .22 bullets misfire but this happens with any clip I use and the fault is within the bullets not the clip. So if you have problems with this clip try changing the bullets. I would recommend this clip to anyone. I will return to buy more."
– James
4.0 5
"No feeding issues but sometimes they don't secure in properly and a light tug will make them fall out. They wont fall out on their own however."
– John Bennett, St. Simon Island, GA