HS - Magazine - Military Grip - Metal Base - 10 Round - 22LR
ALWAYS: Keep your magazine clean with a dependable solvent.
If heavily lubricated cartridges are used, remove excessive lubrication from the tip of the nose of bullet (especially in cold weather) so that your magazine will function smoothly.
**IMPORTANT: Due to the design of these firearms, magazines may require tuning in order to feed ammunition properly in your firearm. You may send your complete firearm to our facility upon purchasing new magazines for this service, though the adjustments can be made by the average shooter (see instructions here) . The tuning service is free of charge, you need only pay return shipping and handling charges of $30. Any additional services requested will incur standard labor and parts charges.**
My Trophy Military dates to 1969 and is a Hamden gun. I have HAVE mags with original plastic pin on bases, some Hartford steel base mags and now a couple of Triple K ones which are same as HS. For 45 years the first 5 mags shot flawlessly, then when .22 lR quality control went in the toilet 5 or 6 years ago, NO AMMO was dependable except RWS Rifle Match. Not Good. Most recently I have gotten a large supply of Aguilar Standatd Velocity (1070 fps stuff) and bought the HS TOOL to tune the mag lips. Job was fast and easy and now my mags....ALL OF THEM...work flawlessly with that ammo, but substitute other ammo like the popular "intermediate target" stuff with a 40 grain bullet at 1200 velocity) and you get high feed jams. Remington Thunderbolt is particularly junky, many do not go bang....CCI Blazer seems much better. Now that .22 ammo is easily obtained the problem is eased BUT BUY THE HS MAG TOOL AND USE IT. It solves all your problems with what always has been a superb competitive gun.
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