Ruger-5.7® 10-Round, 5.7x28mm Magazine Value 2-Pack

Ruger-5.7® 10-Round, 5.7x28mm Magazine Value 2-Pack
Item Number: 90712
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This black oxide alloy steel 10-round 5.7x28mm Genuine Ruger® Factory Magazine is compatible with the Ruger-5.7® Pistol and LC Carbine™. *Due to changes in the law effective October 1, 2013 Ruger is not able to sell magazines to CONNECTICUT residents.

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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Flimsy Mag. 8/15/2022
1st off, what a beautiful shooting platform, I'm in love. The mag on the hand 🤨 frustrates the daylight out of me, I'm buying my second set of magazines because you can't allow them to fall, they separates so easily and it's difficult to reassemble...
10 Rd Mags 2/3/2022
Recently purchased this item due to state law, which prevented me from owning the 20 Rd Mag. Product arrived with out issue. Upon receipt I had no issues with the Mags. When I put the first one in the 57 to get a feel for it, it would not latch in without really slamming it into the lock. Upon pressing the release the Mag would only drop down about 1/4 inch and then had to be pulled out. 2nd Mag was inserted, this too had an issue locking in. When mag released pressed this one would not even move. At first when to pull it out and it would not. Had to forcefully remove this mag from the 57. After looking over this, it appears that Ruger decided to make a two piece Mag and the lower half is carbon or plastic. When I looked closely the metal section and the carbon section were not aligned, I had to physically tap this into alignment, which I am sure will not stay there. Still the mags thought better would not drop from the 57. Then had to use a vice to squeeze the metal section of the mags closer they were overlapping the carbon section. After playing with these little by little I was finally able to get them to drop freely upon pressing the release. I have yet to figure out why I have to shove the mag in so hard to get it to lock in, but after an hour of playing with the sticking issue, I put them away before getting frustrated more. I have not shot them yet so I do not know how they perform. Based on what I have experienced so far, I am very hesitant that I will be seeing a positive or long lasting working order.
- James Cinquegranna, MD
5.7 Ten round mags 2/1/2022
Just bought the pair of 10 round mags due to state law. Arrived without issue First one I put in would not lock in without slamming it hard. Would not drop when release pushed had to pull it out. Second locked in, got seriously stuck in pistol, full force to get it out. Issue: Assume due to round limit mags were built with metal top and plastic base. Where two meet metal was not aligned and caused the mag to jam. Had to one tap on base to get alignment right. Then had to compress the metal near the base to keep it from jamming. Note, I have not shot these yet but I don't have high hopes for operation or sustainment. Imagine they will break pretty quick if even work properly.
- James Cinquegranna, MD

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