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High capacity magazines
The Butler Creek, MWG and Ruger brand magazines for 1022
type rifles are caliber specific. Mags for the .22 long rifle caliber guns also fit the
.17 Hornady Mach 2 (.17HM2) caliber guns. Our 10/22 mags are available
in 10, 25, and 30 round capacity. Mags for .22 magnum will also work reliably with
.17 HMR only for the first 9 or 10 rounds.
Ruger makes 10 and 25 round 1022 mags. Ruger's rotary (10 round) mags (BX-1) is unquestionably reliable. Their new, hicap (BX-25) is extremely well made. We haven't had any problems with them at all. There is also a BX-25x2, which is two of these mags - banana clips - fused together (one up, one down). Ruger factory magazines/clips have steel feed lips and steel contact points (where the mag is held in place in the 1022 rifle). Although we have seen a few defective Ruger brand mags over the years, it is a rare occurence.
More than 99% of Butler Creek mags (Hot Lips and Steel Lips brands) function perfectly, right out of the
package. Butler Creek quality control sometimes lapses resulting in an entire batch of B.C.
mags being defective before even leaving the factory. Generally, if one in a batch is good, they are all good.
However, if one in a batch is bad, it is likely the whole batch
(meaning tens of thousands of mags sold on the market all at the same time) are bad.
MWG teardrop drum high capacity magazines have been some of the very best, most reliable hicap mags we've found. They have stainless steel feed lips and contact points, with a reliable belt design. The mag bodies are clear polycarbonate.
Watch out for local or State laws that limit magazine capacity.
We have known State restrictions shown as a tag on each product, if there is a restriction at all.
We've got a great selection
of gun accessories for tricking out your Ruger 1022. Check our main site for selection and to shop online.