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Old 01-10-2013, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default Ruger 10/22 BX25 magazines

I am lucky to have a couple of these things, they work great. I have been trying to pick up a few more, and all I see anywhere: empty shelves, out of stock, no backorder. Even the Ruger online-store is out and no clue when they will be available

My guess is, folks fear the coming of a "10 round" restriction - man oh man those squirrels need to worry about their lives lol. If some a**holes are buying stuff up like this to re-sell to us at ridiculous profits, they should themselves be shot IMHO.

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Old 01-10-2013, 03:40 PM   #2
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Just looked on Gunbroker good lord 2 to 3 times retail and more is the new rate. For a damned .22 magazine.

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I'm sure you're just venting, but advocating an illegal action isn't really in keeping with the concept of this forum.

>> says the guy with almost no posts to his name <<

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True...That's supply and demand for ya, don't like it, don't buy it...

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I'm sure you're just venting, but advocating an illegal action isn't really in keeping with the concept of this forum.

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OK, should read ".....prosecuted then shot" lol
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I picked one up at Cabelas for $30.

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I picked one up at Cabelas for $30.
did you get the Ruger or an aftermarket magazine? I looked at Cabela's website and all they have are the Butler Creek clear magazines listed
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I went on Midway USA. They have them listed for $23. Of course, they're out of stock. However, you can be e-mailed when they are. Hopefully I can be quick enough to grab a couple when they get them back in.

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did you get the Ruger or an aftermarket magazine? I looked at Cabela's website and all they have are the Butler Creek clear magazines listed
The Ruger mag. I usually buy factory mags.
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The Ruger mag. I usually buy factory mags.
you and everyone else apparently!
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