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Ruger BX-25×2 Magazine for Ruger 10/22, SR-22, Charger, 77/22 50 Rounds
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What’s better for your Ruger .22 rifle that a magazine made by the company itself? This is a double ended Ruger BX-25 magazines that are compatible with a wide range of factory original Ruger .22 firearms, including the 10/22 Rifle, SR-22 Rifle, .22 Charger Pistol, and many more. Grab as many as you can from us and make your next day at the range a breeze!
ruger 10 22 magazine
BX-25 Magazine for Ruger 10/22, SR-22, Charger, 77/22 – 2 Pack Features
Ruger 22 LR, 25rd magazine will work with any factory original 10/22 Rifle, SR-22 Rifle, 22 Charger Pistol, .22 LR Ruger American Rimfire Rifle and .22 LR Ruger 77/22 Rifle. 50 Round
- Brand: Ruger
- Category: Magazines
- Caliber: 22 LR
- Model: BX-25
- Finish: Black
- Material: Polymer
- Capacity: 25rd
- Style: Detachable
- Brand Fit: Ruger
- Model Fit: 10 / 22,SR-22,Charger,77 / 22
- Quantity: 2
This genuine Ruger® factory magazine has been tested and has proven to
feed as reliably as the standard BX-1™ 10-round Ruger® rotary magazine.
BX-25™ magazines will work with any factory original Ruger® 10/22®
Rifle, SR-22® Rifle, 22 Charger™ Pistol and 77/22® Rifle.
The BX-25™ will run reliably with a wide variety of ammunition.
However, you may experience malfunctions (“jams”) when using
subsonic ammunition or ammunition with heavy coatings of bullet lube.
In some instances, cleaning the magazine may improve reliability,
but in other cases you may need to switch to a different type or brand
of ammunition to get the full use and enjoyment from your BX-25™
magazine. Please also be aware that some .22 LR magazine loaders are
prone to damaging cartridges.
If you experience stoppages while using
magazines that were loaded using a magazine loader, please try loading
the magazines by hand and determine if reliability improves.
The BX-25™ magazine requires no lubrication. If it becomes necessary
to clean the magazine, loosen the screws on the right side of the
magazine with a 3/32’’ hex tool. Next, separate the two halves, lifting
the right side from the left side, and then lift out the spring, throat and
follower from the left side. To reassemble the magazine, reverse the
order of the disassembly instructions.