25 rd .22 mag...what kind?

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  1. batcat6

    batcat6
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    I found a magazine in my drawer. Can anyone tell me what kind it is? :huh:
    I have some pics.
    Can someone tell how to get the pics on here? I see no prompt to do it.

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  2. samuelm16

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    looks like a blank white one they made them in the 80's i believe the same makers as the rubix cube,
     
  3. Ironbar

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    Well, since you didn't post a picture I guess I'll guess:

    It's a Widget-matic 5000.
     
  4. carracer

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    Kil-tech PMS 25
     
  5. samuelm16

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    probably an eagle or butler creek
     
  6. mattdomes

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    Magic invisible "post ban" 25 round mag


    They can't take it if they cant see it :thumbup:
     
  7. jluck

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    It appears to be a rare white (Magpul?) colored one, I hear they are worth upwards of 300. ;)
     
  8. Hrethgir

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    Butler Creek Hot Lips mag for a Ruger 10/22. Just a wild guess though, we can't tell you anything useful without a picture or a REALLY good description.
     
  9. 2Wheels4Ever

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    Ya, most likely for a 10/22 magnum. Worth around $1k these days.
     
  10. elsie

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    Retro-encabulator magazine


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  11. Hawaiian

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    Since it appears to be imaginary, I would hope for Hot Lips. You can have more fun with you imagination that way.
     
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  12. coyoteman5

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    My guess its for a ruger m77/22 mag????
     
  13. nick1980

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    probably Glock 17 mag
     
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  14. Pandaz3

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    BobCat6 at the bottom of the page, within the quick reply box, are a series of icons just above the text box. If you put your cursor on any of them and hesitate, a box identifying what the icon is will appear. The third one in from the far right will say "insert image" click on it and a new dialog box will appear. At the top of that box are two tabs, one "From Computer" and the other "From URL", make sure you use the "Computer" tab and a line or two below that will be a 'find picture' button. click on that and find the picture you took, click on the picture, push 'open', now in the dialog box where it had said 'find picture' it will now have the location of your pic, the last line of the dialog box says 'upload', click on that, and the viola the pic is now in your post. A lot of words, but it's easy after you have done it once. XDS7Round.jpg

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  15. teflon97239

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    Binford 25/22?

    Seriously, depending on how long it was hiding there, maybe an old Ramline?
     
  16. batcat6

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    Au contraire mon frere, zee ribbing (how to say zis in English...) shall continue!

    Just having fun Bat, anxious to see what you have there.
     
  18. batcat6

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    I just found out the mag fits my Charter Arms AR7.
    Now I won't be ribbed any more. Or will I?
     
  19. samuelm16

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    The ribbing will continue until ammo stocks increase haha
     
  20. teflon97239

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    So 6-8 months from now you can find a brick of .22 at Bi-Mart and see if it works, yes?
     

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