TI25™ ADVANCED COMPOSITE ADJUSTABLE STEEL LIP MAGAZINE FOR RUGER® 10/22®
You asked... We Listened! Customer after customer have continued to tell us how much they love the ability to adjust their TI25 mags to exactly fit their gun as well as the ability to take the mag apart to clean it. Our advanced composite 25 round Ruger 10/22 high capacity magazine is easy on your budget and big on the same features that have already made our MACHINED ALUMINUM TI25 MAGS the industry standard! Check out the features that only this magazine offers and you'll see why TI25 mags are an easy choice for serious shooters!
|TI25 MAGS - CHECK OUT THESE FEATURES!|
|1. COMPLETELY DISASSEMBLE TO CLEAN OR SERVICE|
||Anyone that's shot .22 rimfire ammo knows how dirty it is, and a lot of the crud gets into the inside of the magazine which continues to make the mag less reliable. Now with our TI25 mag, that problem no longer exists. Three stainless steel cap screws make it easy to disassemble the mag into two separate halves for cleaning using the supplied allen wrench. Scrub the INSIDE with some hot soapy water, dry and reassemble and its as clean as it when it was new. Yep, it costs us more to make a mag that you can disassemble rather then just gluing it permanently together, but being able to disassemble it is the right way to make a mag!|
|2. PRECISION ADJUSTABLE TO EXACTLY FIT YOUR GUN|
||Have you ever wondered (and cursed) about the amount of wiggle in all other 10/22 high capacity mags? A magazine should not wiggle that much in your gun, but it has to to fit... WELL NOT ANY MORE! It has been our experience that Ruger 10/22 rifles have some minor variations from one to the next which explains why one brand mag will run well in one gun and the same mag then not run in a different gun. What separates this mag from all others is the patent pending ability to micro adjust it for an exact fit in your gun for (1)FEED ANGLE, (2) FEED HEIGHT and (3) EJECTOR TO BOLT DISTANCE using the supplied 3/32" allen wrench. Four cap screws on the top of the mag that mate with your 10/22 receiver allow the mag to quickly be precision adjusted for an exact fit in your gun by minimally increasing or decreasing the individual heights of each of the cap screws (like leveling an appliance), resulting in a magazine that has minimal to no wiggle in your gun AND THAT WORKS!. The ability to quickly one time precision adjust it to your gun means that you can count on reliable feeding every time.|
|3. ADVANCED COMPOSITE GLASS FILLED CONSTRUCTION|
||What is Advanced Composite material? Its a high pressure injection glass filled resin that has 2X times the impact resistance and 3X times the wear resistance of aluminum! Its weight to strength characteristics make it so strong that its used in the manufacture of airplanes. We tested one by driving a full size Dodge 2500 V10 onto the mag as shown in the picture. Although we don't recommend that you abuse your mag this way, we wanted to make sure there was no question about the strength of this mag! Of course its much less expensive to make a mag out of plastics of lesser strength, but the result is you wind up with a mag that will easily crack and break. Our TI25 magazines are designed to stand up to hard use. Don't settle for less!|
|4. HARDENED STAINLESS STEEL REPLACEABLE FEEDLIPS|
||The most critical part of the mag other than its precise adjustment in the gun, is the feedlips. Our TI25 Mag uses replaceable hardened stainless steel feedlips to ensure that your feed angle remains consistent and smooth. The hardened stainless steel feedlips also incorporate an ejector that can take a pounding from 1000's of rounds of brass and still keep kicking them our hard. Mags with plastic feedlips and plastic ejectors cannot keep up with the strength and durability of stainless steel. Does it cost more that plastic? Of course it does... but it also works and works well!|
|5. CAD DESIGNED GEOMETRY FOR RELIABLE FUNCTION|
||We know mags! Our extensive testing in both full auto and semiauto guns combined with the power of state of the art CAD designing and CNC machining means that we've built this mag from the ground up for reliable functioning. We've seen other magazine manufacturers that have taken short cuts to save some money, and each time the reliability suffers. Our unique feed geometry was driven by reliability, not cost. Our customers repeatedly told us to make a mag that works... period... and that's what you can expect from a TI25 mag.|
|6. FULL AUTO OR SEMI AUTO CAPABLE|
||The geometry, feed and function of our TI 25 mags is so well defined and tuned that it will operate with the same reliability in either a semi auto or a full auto firearm. Traditional semi auto shooters can take comfort in knowing that a mag that will reliably feed all 25 rounds in and out of the gun in a little over a second will also easily perform the same reliable feeding for a semi auto firearm running at considerably less rounds per minute speed (depending on how fast your finger is!). We have a short video of a TI25 mag in an NFA registered machine gun that you can CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD to see the smooth function and reliability of a TI25 mag for yourself.|
|Our Model TI25 ADVANCED COMPOSITE STEEL LIP MAGAZINE could be the last 10/22 mag that you ever have to buy! If you want a mag that will give you many years of shooting satisfaction rather than disappointments and frustration; a mag that you will never want to throw away; A MAG THAT WORKS, then this mag is bargain priced and ready to become one of your favorite shooting accessories. Order a few today!|
|What are the similarities and the differences between the 2 TI25 mags, other than price?||
|The mags are identical for geometry and functionality. Both mags, the TI25 MACHINED ALUMINUM and the TI ADVANCED COMPOSITE, can each be disassembled for cleaning, they both have replacable parts and they both have the patented ability to be adjusted to fit YOUR individual rifle.
The difference between the mags is the durabilty of each mag based primarily on magazine construction material. First you have the TI25 MACHINED ALUMINUM magazine. Its machined from solid billet bars of aluminum for uncompromising durability and the most accurate tolerances available in any 10/22 magazine. It has a hardened stainless steel replaceable feedlip. The magazine is the most espensive because the aluminim bars are much more expensive to CNC machine than either of the other two TI25 mags, which are made in a mold.
The TI25 ADVANCED COMPOSITE magazine still uses the identical hardened stainless steel feed lip, but rather than having a time consuming and more expensive CNC machined aluminum body, it has a glass filled composite body. Glass filled composite should not be confused with the plastic that all other competitors 10/22 mags are made from. Composite material is what is used to make airplanes. It is strong enough to park a Dodge Ram V10 on it with out breaking it! The TI25 ADVANCED COMPOSITE mag is a close runner up to the TI25 MACHINED ALUMINUM mag.
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Frequently Asked Questions For
|TI25 ADVANCED COMPOSITE MAGS
- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Why is this mag adjustable and no other 10/22 mags are?
2. If I need to, how hard is it to adjust the mag to make it fit perfectly in my gun?
3. I've had bad luck with other high capacity 10/22 mags. Why should this one be any better?
4. It all sounds great, but what if I get this one and don't like it for any reason?
5. Will this mag work in guns other than the Ruger 10/22?
6. Do you offer, or plan to offer this mag in .22 WRM (magnum)?
7. Can I buy replacement parts, such as springs, feedlips and follower if I ever needed to?
8. Will the mag run fullauto as well as in a semiauto gun?
9. Do you have dealer / quantity wholesale pricing?
10. Do you have any other color than black?
11. How does this mag compare to competitors' steel lip magazines?
12. Can you make mags that will hold more than 25 rounds?
13. Does the mag have an ejector on the mag?
14. Are there any restriction of where this mag can and can't be shipped?
15. Can I get a mag without the tacticalinc.com on the side?
16. What should I use to clean the mag?
17. Can I clip 2 of them together (one up, one down) like other brands?
18. Can I use a mag loader, like the Butler Creek model?
19. How much is shipping on this mag?
20. Does the brand of ammo make any difference in reliabilty?
21. Is your TI25 Mag guaranteed for life like another brand USED TO BE?
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