Rated 3.5 out of 5★ by 22reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Bluesman51 Loading the last few rounds was hard,,very high spring tension,,i do have a minoer disability in one hand and that may have caused it 07/24/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Cannon1111 Really enjoy Butler Creek products Just want to add that I am glad I decided to get the metal magazines, they work very well. Would recommend to a friend. 07/15/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by ColoradoHermit waste of money, waste of time to order it. I recently bought a Ruger 10-22 just because I could get multiple round magazines for it. It comes with a 10 shot clip but a larger clip means more shooting without having to stop and reload. I love fresh Rabbit meat and do a lot of Bunny blasting in the winter and that's why I bought the Ruger 10-22 so I could get 20 round to 30+ round magazines for it. I was excited to see these for the price they had on them and I didn't have any problem ordering them. I tried to order similar magazines from Bass Pro Shop and they claim that they cant deliver orders for them to Denver Colorado. Although I live over 120 miles south of Denver they still claimed that they couldn't deliver them to me by mail order.Any who, although these magazines seem to be a good deal, they do not work like they are supposed to. One problem is the top of it that lines the cartridge up with the chamber. The stock clip or magazine has its top at a slight angle to help guide the cartridge into the chamber. These are square across the top and not at the same angle that the factory clips are. When I tried to use them in my brand new Ruger 10-22 I got one shot out of it then it jammed. I was using Remington .22 LR hollow points with full brass jackets. I've used these in all my .22's and even in my old Marlin .22 semi-auto they have always worked flawlessly. They also have worked without a single jam in my old Ruger .22 semi-auto pistol that was the predecessor of the Mark I to Mark III pistols. I bought mine back in 1979 so it looks like the Mark I but has no model number or name on it. It just has Ruger .22 CAL LONG RIFLE AUTOMATIC PISTOL 16-91489Any who, these magazines for the Ruger 10-22 Rifle are junk. Don't waste your time or money on them. They are difficult to load and have all plastic tops where the stock magazine has metal lips that guide the cartridges into the chamber these have plain plastic. So even if they did work at first, they would not last very long before the plastic was worn down enough that it would no longer guide the cartridges properly into the chamber.If anybody that reads this finds a good place to order magazines for the Ruger 10-22 could you please send me a email and let me know about it? To all you shooters out there, good luck. 09/06/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Macabear Works fine Works as advertised. 09/12/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by PuraVida Waste of money, pure and simple. I bought two of these and they jam constantly, even with slick them up with graphite. You need metal lips on 10/22 mags. Save your money and buy the Ruger BX-25 magazine which works great. They are hard to find and expensive but THEY WORK! 07/25/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by popb good for the price works oknot the bestbut ok 08/03/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by PilotBob Jammed on the third shot I used this in my Ruger 10/22 and it jammed on the 3rd shot, this magazine jammed every 3-4 shots. I am going to ruturn it 08/26/2013