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    Marksman laneends's Avatar
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    Re: Promag 50rd drum for 10/22's any good?

    Promag is generally crap, that said my 30 round five-seven mag works if I only load 27 rounds. And my buddy has I saiga drum that seems to work. Every other one I have tried is junk.

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    I tried buying one last summer and took it home and couldn't even load it without a bunch of issues, ended up taking it back to Cabelas, I hear the red dog ones are supposed to be good.
    I think meeting your kid sister has moved up a few notches on my list...
    (uh... she's over eighteen, right?) J***o

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    Re: Promag 50rd drum for 10/22's any good?

    go with blackdog machine for a 10/22 drum mag. worth the money.

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    Re: Promag 50rd drum for 10/22's any good?

    Quote Originally Posted by laneends View Post
    Promag is generally crap, that said my 30 round five-seven mag works if I only load 27 rounds. And my buddy has I saiga drum that seems to work. Every other one I have tried is junk.
    Agree on the ProMag Saiga drums, have three all work well. Other ProMag's I have owned over the years are complete crap.

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