Ruger 10/22 Anything about the Ruger 10/22 family of rifles.

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Old 12-13-2009, 16:08   #1
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Wink Mitchell Arms- 50 round Rotary Drum Magazine

I've had these jewels for several years and they usually work perfectly. Any insight you experts may be able to offer would be most welcome.
Today, I had the bottom tab on all 3 break off. I've had to resort to rubber bands to hold them on. ARGH!!!! Any idea if Mitchel Arms in Compton, CA is still around for replacement parts?
Additionally, for some peculiar reason, all three have refused to snap/lock into 2 different hand built rifles. One a Ruger 10.22 and one now, a 10.17.
The stock Ruger 10 round mags work fine...even the plastic-lipped 35 round mags fed pretty well today.
It was cold outside (around 55) so maybe that could be it, but it's making me crazy.
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Old 12-14-2009, 16:20   #2
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55 is cold? Thought you Texans were tough.

Ok, ok...I believe Mitchell is this now: http://www.mauser.org/ Try contacting them.

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Not related and nothing for them. Drat.
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i believe the mwg 50rd drums are identical
i had the back plate crack on me and have ordered a replacement receiving them pretty quickly
http://www.mwgco.com/ar-15_accessori...0_Rounder.html


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I've had these jewels for several years and they usually work perfectly. Any insight you experts may be able to offer would be most welcome.
Today, I had the bottom tab on all 3 break off. I've had to resort to rubber bands to hold them on. ARGH!!!! Any idea if Mitchel Arms in Compton, CA is still around for replacement parts?
Additionally, for some peculiar reason, all three have refused to snap/lock into 2 different hand built rifles. One a Ruger 10.22 and one now, a 10.17.
The stock Ruger 10 round mags work fine...even the plastic-lipped 35 round mags fed pretty well today.
It was cold outside (around 55) so maybe that could be it, but it's making me crazy.
HELP in needed from your experts.
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Old 12-30-2009, 05:57   #5
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YES! These are the ones!

They've worked better than anything for me over the years.
Where did you find these guys? Thank you VERy VERy much!
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Old 12-30-2009, 08:10   #6
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i missed the opportunity years ago to snag a mitchells and stumbled upon these being an equal substitute. neet little mags!!! a pain to load but will give you no probs once loaded correctly. well worth the 50rds of fun fun fun

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They've worked better than anything for me over the years.
Where did you find these guys? Thank you VERy VERy much!
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Old 01-02-2010, 19:18   #7
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Heads up!

I checked out the MGWC site and saw that they sell National mags for Mini 14's. Those are an abomination. I have two 20 rounders. One won't even lock in my carbine, hell, it won't even go in far enough. My compadre has more and none of them would lock in. I've had mine for a long time and some day I will try out the one to see if it will function. Haven't yet as I probably don't want to find out I have two that are worthless.
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Old 01-25-2010, 18:34   #8
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i actually just got a mitchell 10/22 mag new in box..directions and all guy through it in when i bought a 10 22 at a gun show guy said he had it forever looks brand new or very very lightly used what are they worth?
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Old 01-26-2010, 03:55   #9
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not sure but the mwg ones cost about $75-$80 new
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