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Wiliker
04-29-2008, 10:28 PM
I did do a search for this particular topic but didn't find the answer to my question. What brand would you all recommend for a 10/20 magazine? Thanks in advance.

aplinker
04-29-2008, 10:33 PM
Put a rivet in a Magpul PMAG 10/20 yourself. Cheapest and easiest.

Failing that, the ProMag 10/20s are good. If you have issues, get a Magpul follower (needs to be modified to fit).

sloguy
04-29-2008, 10:41 PM
factory ten rounders are the best as far as i am concerned. reliability matters most.

edit- im dumb. i thought the thread was about 10/22 magazines. maybe ill learn to read later. hahhahaa.

bear93445
04-29-2008, 11:04 PM
factory ten rounders are the best as far as i am concerned. reliability matters most.

edit- im dumb. i thought the thread was about 10/22 magazines. maybe ill learn to read later. hahhahaa.

So did I... I don't feel so dumb now.:iamwithstupid::kest:

moulton
04-30-2008, 7:25 AM
cproducts is supposed to be coming out with 10/20magsany day now....I keep looking at .44mag.com every day and always see they are taking back orders. :TFH:

JPglee1
04-30-2008, 7:37 AM
Someone figure out a way to get me some 20rd parts kits and Ill MAKE a run of welded, quality 10/20s or 10/30s....

I CAN do aluminum mags now (altho Id rather do them in steel)
I would very much enjoy the challenge, I need someone like 10% or CWS to help me get some parts and then I could do the labor easily and there would be NO shortage of mags that way... Forget waiting for C Prod when I could get them done as soon as they hit the bench.

Take it easy.

J

J

aplinker
04-30-2008, 11:47 AM
http://www.44mag.com/prodinfo.asp?number=CPSS20MCG

You can order parts kits from them - no one is cheaper

Someone figure out a way to get me some 20rd parts kits and Ill MAKE a run of welded, quality 10/20s or 10/30s....

I CAN do aluminum mags now (altho Id rather do them in steel)
I would very much enjoy the challenge, I need someone like 10% or CWS to help me get some parts and then I could do the labor easily and there would be NO shortage of mags that way... Forget waiting for C Prod when I could get them done as soon as they hit the bench.

Take it easy.

J

J

Josh3239
04-30-2008, 12:11 PM
...get a Magpul follower (needs to be modified to fit).

Exactly what kind of mods would need to be done? Are we talking about just a little trimming?

aplinker
04-30-2008, 6:40 PM
Exactly what kind of mods would need to be done? Are we talking about just a little trimming?

Yes... there's a thread that discusses the modification.

CSACANNONEER
04-30-2008, 8:41 PM
The best 10-22 mags on the market are made by Tactical Innovations Inc. They are machined alluminum and have adjustments for feed angle, feed height as well as left and right alignment. I've got a few of them and they are great. The only drawbacks is that they are 25 rounders and very expensive. If you want ten rounders, I'd just stick with factory ones.

aplinker
04-30-2008, 11:21 PM
The best 10-22 mags on the market are made by Tactical Innovations Inc. They are machined alluminum and have adjustments for feed angle, feed height as well as left and right alignment. I've got a few of them and they are great. The only drawbacks is that they are 25 rounders and very expensive. If you want ten rounders, I'd just stick with factory ones.

10/20 (as in rounds) not 10/22 ;) this was covered way up there^^^ :D

CSACANNONEER
04-30-2008, 11:48 PM
10/20 (as in rounds) not 10/22 ;) this was covered way up there^^^ :D

Man, I gotta learn to read!

aplinker
05-01-2008, 11:06 AM
Man, I gotta learn to read!

Well... you're one of the most helpful on the site... so you qualify for the courtesy "off the hook." :) Besides, it did make for a nice giggle when you started to talk about 10/22 mags, AGAIN. :D

sloguy
05-03-2008, 5:52 AM
i see we have a second victim. hehehhee.