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What's the best and most reliable high capacity Mag for a new Ruger 10/22 carbine?

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The factory ten shot it comes with.
Use one of those Tandenkross triplers that marry three of them together.
Even the new BX25 is iffy at times. You can also marry two of these together.
Just an opinion.
 

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The stock Ruger 10 round rotary and BX-25 are your only real choices. I never had a problem with either. I've tried nearly every other brand with little to no luck -- save some money and stick with Ruger mags.
 

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I think I'm gonna get couple of extra 10 round reliables as well. Thanks for all the input.
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The factory ten shot it comes with.
Use one of those Tandenkross triplers that marry three of them together.
Even the new BX25 is iffy at times. You can also marry two of these together.
Just an opinion.
Just curious, but what do you mean by "marry them together"? Or, better yet, how do you do it? How much do you benefit over the BX 25?
 

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Just curious, but what do you mean by "marry them together"? Or, better yet, how do you do it? How much do you benefit over the BX 25?

Here's a link. Some reason I thought Tandemkross made it. They don't. Alangator I believe makes it.
No damage to the mags.
Uses 3 factory mags.
Gives you 30 rounds in the reliable factory 10 round rotary mags.
If you change your mind, you can simply take them apart with a phillips screw driver in about 3 seconds.
Alangator TriMag Triple Mag Coupler Ruger 10/22 Polymer Black

I have several and also like the Tandenkross mag bumpers.
A simple 3/8 extension with a finger lip that allows you to activate the mag release and remove the magazine with one hand.
I highly recommend those. Then you don't need to extend the mag release.
They do however put a couple small screw holes into the base of the magazine.
Not thru to the inside. Just into the base. No change to the magazine.
Takes only a minute or so. Literally. :cool:
 

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That's pretty cool. I'm gonna get one of those as well. I already have 2 10R mags, just need a third. Thanks for the help!
 
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