AI-Style Precision Rifle .308 Win. 10-Round Magazine

AI-Style Precision Rifle .308 Win. 10-Round Magazine
Item Number: 90563
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10-round chassis magazine fits the Ruger Precision® Rifle and the Scout Rifle chambered in 308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, 243 Win and other 308 Win-sized cartridges. 60% glass-filled polymer design provides strength and durability. Stainless steel spring for reliable feeding and corrosion resistance. Designed to function with many AI-style bottom metal assemblies in 308 Win-sized cartridges. Dust cover protects rounds from damage and debris during transportation and storage. Available in black only with Ruger logo. Made in the USA. *Due to changes in the law effective October 1, 2013 Ruger is not able to sell magazines to CONNECTICUT residents. Ruger cannot bill to or ship this magazine to Brooklyn, Buffalo, New York City, or Rochester, New York. DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT, if you live in these cities.
Genuine Ruger® Factory Accessory.

WARNING: Discharging firearms in poorly ventilated areas, cleaning firearms, or handling ammunition may result in exposure to lead and other substances known to the State of California to cause birth defects, reproductive harm, and other serious physical injury. Have adequate ventilation at all times. Wash hands thoroughly after exposure.

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Fitment 10/9/2023
These work great with the Ruger American Predator with mag conversion from Ruger. But they don't work with the Magpul Hunter Stock conversion. They will lock in but will not chamber a round. The 5 round Magpul mag that came with the Magpul stock works great.
Failed after two uses. 9/16/2023
A piece of plastic has broken off internally and jammed into the rail. Will not raise the round all the up now. Exchange done via Midway USA. Having multiple problems with the Ruger multi-caliber 308 rotary polymer magazines also.
- David Forte, MO
Good Mag. 6/9/2023
My Gunsite Scout came with a metal AI magazine. It woks flawlessly, but Is sort of clunky. I purchased a magpul 5 rounder and the Ruger 10 Rounder. The Magpul works is light weight feeds flawlessly, the 10 round Ruger Magazine also works just as well. The Ruger poly mag is light weight and smaller than the steel original. The Ruger poly mag is superior because of the thin lips and cover. The cover protects the insides and ammo from contamination while carried in a pocket. Loading the magazines from the top of the rifle is possible with these mags. It is not possible with the other mags. I am a big fan of Magpul pags, but this is one instance where Ruger has the edge. My only complaint is that the Ruger Mags are expensive
- Raymond Lloyd, TX
AI-Style Precision Rifle .308 Win. 10-Round Magazine 4/21/2022
Purchased these for my 6.5 Creedmoor L/R hunter. Easy to disassemble for cleaning and work flawlessly. No feeding issues with the 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge.
- Mike M., TX
does not fit 6.5 creedmoor 11/15/2021
Even though the description says it will fit ruger precision rifle chambered in 6.5 creedmoor. It will not fit!
Bigger is Better 1/18/2020
I love this magazine. I was not liking the small 3 round magazine capacity while hog hunting. I talked to ruger multiple times and they firmly stated the ruger precision magazine will fit in my predator in the same caliber. Remember the Precision and the Predator have to both be AI style to work. So I bit the bullet and purchased 2. They are all the same price so why go small. I havent ever run dry in a hog foray. I get a lot of compliments and questions on a larger capacity bolt action rifle. Thank you Ruger for listening to the customers.
Joe MexicanJoe
AICS compatible 3/4/2018
I have two of these magazines and have used them in my MDT LSS chassis Savage 12 rifle without issue. Fits flush to receive magazine stop and latches securely. Rounds feed positively from magazine into the chamber smoothly each time. The magazine covers secure positively when all ten rounds are loaded and keep out dust, dirt and debris until needed. They do feel more rigid than the Magpul version and thus wouldn’t suggest dropping them onto pavement as they probably would damage if fully loaded. I do think they’re extremely overpriced and should be close to $15-$20.
- Bobby, NC

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