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More than some, less than others. What particular make and model of magazine did you compare them to?
 

roylt

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Where you price them from makes a difference too. I have been looking for LC9 mags of late and found them from 40 bucks down to 26.
 

SGW Gunsmith

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The SR 22 magazines do come with two sets of floor plates, one with a finger-groove at the bottom and the other is just rounded off. If that means anything as to why the cost difference.

I ordered 20 SR22 magazines and have been selling 'em for $28.75 shipped. I'm down to 6 in stock.
 

SGW Gunsmith

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any ruger said:
Still don't understand 30 for a 10 red mag when a Glock hi cap is 20 $.



I don't understand it either. Nor do I understand why $62.00 for a Winchester Model 88 or 100, 4 round magazine. Seems that's just the way it is these days.
 

roylt

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At least you can get mags. A buddy has a real nice bolt action rifle that he wanted a second mag for. He knew I was a gun guy so asked me to find one. I finally had to settle on a totally different brand rifle mag that just happened to fit. It was 40 bucks for a 5 round 22lr mag.
 

SGW Gunsmith

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DA_TriggR4Ruger said:
I never could find mags for my Stevens / Savage 30-30 bolt action rifles. I sold both of them.


Too bad, those rifles are normally excellent shooters when using 150 grain spitzer bullets. That's the main beauty of those rifles & magazines. Being able to use pointed bullets.
 

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