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Ruger BX-25x2 10/22 .22 LR Magazine, 2x25 Rounds, Polymer

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Ruger's BX-25x2 is a must-have for 10/22 and SR-22 owners that are looking to boost the capacity of their .22LR. Ruger molded two 25-round magazines together so that when one side runs dry, a simple flip of the magazine puts another 25 rounds at your fingertips. Upgrading your standard 10-round to five times the capacity means that now you can spend more time shooting at the range—or even turn your varmint rifle into a fully loaded self-defense tool!

Features and Specifications:
Ruger BX-25 x2
Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
Capacity: (2) 25 Round Magazines Molded Together, 50 Rounds Total
Material: Polymer
Color: Black

Fits: Ruger 10/22 Rifle, SR-22 Rifle, and 22 Charger Pistol

Item#: MAG-4101
Total number of Reviews: 2

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5.0 5
"About time Ruger came out w/ hi cap 22. All the others blow out in no time. These ones are rugged with metal feeder lips & mag catch / lock. CTD has these products in stock and sell them Cheaper Than Dirt. I have seen the same mags out of stock at 50+% higher. Did I mention how quick they ship."
5.0 5
"If you are on the fence about these, I would go ahead and get at least 1. I purchased 2 that were delivered to my doorstep for 5 bucks cheaper than the gun shop down the road. I've never had any problems from a bx25 after around 1000 rounds and I can't imagine the double stacks would do any different. I hear you can take these apart to clean also although I have not done so yet. These seem to be pretty solid compared to some of those dingy ones you can get out there, I won't mention names. I would purchase this over any other high cap mag though. Steel lips and tough construction. Just for a IMO.. if you're someone who worries about springs getting weak from keeping your mags fed, then just load 20 in each and you got 40 rounds gtg. Oh and honestly the last loaded round for these things is pretty much as easy as the first. Good job ruger we'll be looking for a 500 round drum in the future? Jk"