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Old 07-16-2013, 08:08 PM   #1
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Midway has 50 rd drums for sale on clearance

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/567...tNum=100403710
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Old 07-16-2013, 08:20 PM   #2
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I bought six of them earlier this year. Four of them were at that price and two were at the regular price if I remember right.
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Old 07-16-2013, 08:30 PM   #3
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I bought six of them earlier this year. Four of them were at that price and two were at the regular price if I remember right.
I don't like any of the 50 rd drums they jam too easy . The 25 rds mags are my cup of tea
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I don't like any of the 50 rd drums they jam too easy . The 25 rds mags are my cup of tea
The Blackdog mags are excellent. I've bought their 25 rounders for the 10/22 and a bunch of them for an AR22 and they all work perfect. I've only shot the 50 rounders a few times but they all worked fine. No jams or cycling issues.
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Thanks for the link.
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Old 11-27-2013, 04:18 PM   #6
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Welcome to the forum. The Winchester M-22's work best in these hi-cap magazines. I haven't tried the CCI Tactical ammo but I think they would also be good in them.
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Old 11-28-2013, 02:44 AM   #7
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I like my fake drum and stick mag which has a Ruger 10 rds glued to them . I have the BX-25 mags I like also .



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That would be cool with a bump-fire tommy stock.
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That would be cool with a bump-fire tommy stock.
You don't need a bump-fire stock to bump-fire a gun if you know how to do it . You don't bump-fire a gun that shoots this good . There not many 22 rifle that will out this gun .



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I agree you don't need a bumpfire stock but it does make it easier.
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I shoot Thunderbolts out of my drum with very few ftf.

TGR that's a really really good price!

http://blackdogmachinellc.net/drum-10-22-50rd.aspx
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I shoot Thunderbolts out of my drum with very few ftf.

TGR that's a really really good price!

http://blackdogmachinellc.net/drum-10-22-50rd.aspx
Didn't you buy some back then too?
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Didn't you buy some back then too?
Yes indeed! They are one of my favorite things to shoot my Charger with. ping x 50
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Have you had any problems with them? I've only used mine a couple of times.
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Have you had any problems with them? I've only used mine a couple of times.
Nope. We use them in a couple different guns and luv them. If I have a few ftf's, I just pop them out and reload them again. I've enjoyed shooting the drums and they're worth every penny. Now I'm thinking about buying a couple more.
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I used mine a couple times with my bump-fire stock. Gone in six seconds.
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I used mine a couple times with my bump-fire stock. Gone in six seconds.
But was it the best 6 seconds of your life? LOL don't answer that!
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I love to bump -fire but not fast
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But was it the best 6 seconds of your life? LOL don't answer that!
I walked into that one.
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I like the Ruger BX-25 they are cheap and work with this speed loader.

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