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Old 02-21-2013, 11:39 PM   #11
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I'll let ya know how it turns out.

I wouldn't put one on my Ruger or anything, but on a $400 22 I think it'd be perfect. I guess we'll see.

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Old 02-22-2013, 12:13 AM   #12
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Since we're on accessories I'm lookin for a couple magazines since it only came with one. Anyone used the non S&W mags?

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Old 02-22-2013, 02:57 AM   #13
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Since we're on accessories I'm lookin for a couple magazines since it only came with one. Anyone used the non S&W mags?
I bought the Plinker Tactical 35-rounds from Cabelas. Works fine, but its Gigantic! I would wait for the factory ones, alas, they're probably months from becoming widely available again.
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I also have two of the plinkerton 35 rounders, they are pretty big, but you have to admit that for a .22 magazine they're about as sturdy as they come

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I put the angled fore grip on mine. The cheaper foregrip. Its fine.

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I have two of the 35 Rounders. They are big. But they are also built sturdy and solid. I never load them past 30 though. Takes forever and its rough on hands. Also it jams up alot with a full 35 in it.

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I use only the 25 round mags.......I have several NcStar scopes that I think are great.....I have only used them on 22s so I can't say how they would hold up to high recoil......

I also have two 30 round mags for my Walther Colt C 4 22 cal that I would trade for 20 round mags in a heart beat....

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I also have two of the plinkerton 35 rounders, they are pretty big, but you have to admit that for a .22 magazine they're about as sturdy as they come
Plinkerton, that's the name. Yes, they are well built for sure. Also like the load assist.
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I found that magpul has a line of the same accessories, but they're made in china and cost less, basically made for airsoft.?

Are they Branded under the Magpul Name, or another Name? I've got two boxes of Magpul AFG's and AFG-2's in front of me, and they say, "Designed in Colorado, Made in the USA".

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Are they Branded under the Magpul Name, or another Name? I've got two boxes of Magpul AFG's and AFG-2's in front of me, and they say, "Designed in Colorado, Made in the USA".

Just curious, Thanks!

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Yea they're magpul, but watch for magpul PTS (professional training & simulation). They're made in china for world wide distribution. And because most of the parts are a fraction of the price, they're used on airsoft and paintball stuff. They're not recommended for firearm use, I don't think they hold up to high recoil very well, but I haven't had any trouble using them on my m&p 15-22
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