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Old 03-20-2014, 03:29 PM   #1
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Anyone use a BX25 Ruger magizine

I traded my LGS today for 2 Ruger BX25 round magizines I traded 2 boxes of 45 long colt ammo I have no use for anymore.
Now I'm just wondering how they work, I'm sure it's a way to go threw a lot of 22 rounds.
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Old 03-20-2014, 05:19 PM   #2
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I traded my LGS today for 2 Ruger BX25 round magizines I traded 2 boxes of 45 long colt ammo I have no use for anymore.
Now I'm just wondering how they work, I'm sure it's a way to go threw a lot of 22 rounds.
They are generally thought of as a very good magazine with very few complaints.
If you traded something you don't need for something you can use, that's always a good deal.

Yes, you can flat out burn through some ammo.
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Old 03-20-2014, 05:22 PM   #3
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I have 4 and no problems with any of mine .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAYkAsFV-a4

And the 10 shot ones

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-9ohmzTsWY

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I have a couple of them and what I like about them is I can load them up before going to the range and save time if I am only going to shoot for 30 minutes. They have worked great no feed issues at all.
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I use them all the time and luv to blow thru the ammo till the cows come home.....or it gets dark out. LOL
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Old 03-20-2014, 05:33 PM   #6
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Here is my speed loader it works good .

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I bought a bunch of them and hardly ever use them. When I shoot the 10/22 I use the 10-rounders.
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Here is my speed loader it works good .

I think the one we use is a Butler Creek loader. Loading is easy and fast. (That remark doesn't resemble me )
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I like the 10 rounders too

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I use them all the time and luv to blow thru the ammo till the cows come home.....o
You got my attention when you said you blow thur the ammo .
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Yep the 10 rounders are fun to use with this

http://alangator.com/Tri-Mag.htm
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You got my attention when you said you blow thur the ammo .
Well just remember I said blow thru, not blow.....
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Well just remember I said blow thru, not blow.....
CENSORED.
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TGR started it....you look rather crimson
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I bought a mess of the BX-25 mags and then the shortage hit us. I even have some 50-round drums and a bumpfire 10/22 and can shoot the 50 rounds in about ten seconds. But I try to make my limited ammo supply last so don't shoot it much. Last fall was the last time I shot it.
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I've never had any problem with the 25 round mags. I have two and will preload one when going to the range. I have 16 ten rounders that I have in a cheap, but nice box that my wife bought me in Joanne's Fabrics. It was for thread but the mags are a perfect fit. It holds 18 and costs around $4 with a 50% off coupon that she always has a bunch of. On the inside of the box I place a piece of masking tape on the inside cover at each of the 6 rows of cubicles. On the tape I write which ammo and grain size that I preload before going to the range. While at the range, I'll probably reload the mags once, sometimes twice. I bought the mags at Cabelas in their 4 pack. It's around $56 at the time. I haven't checked recently. I've never had a problem with any of Ruger's magazines. If anyone is interested in the mag box I use, let me know as I used to have a link for them at Joanne's.
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Thanks everyone, the magazines are still new in the packages the guy I traded never used them. It might not have been a fair trade for me I traded 100 rounds of 45 long colt but I have been unable to sell them. I here it's spring and I'll be going to the range as soon as it stops snowing here.
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