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Old 08-29-2019, 08:26 AM
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"Double Kross" 10/22® Magazine Body for the Ruger® 10/22® Rotary Magazines



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"Double Kross" 10/22® Magazine Body for the Ruger® 10/22® Rotary Magazines


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  • No couplers needed; one whole complete, body housing two of your existing magazines
  • Clear magazine body replaces standard black opaque magazines
  • Lightweight, compact "doubled" 10 round magazines that fit in standard magazine pouches

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"Double Kross" 10/22® Magazine Body for the Ruger® 10/22® Rotary Magazines



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Old 10-25-2019, 12:07 PM
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Can the new MagLula loader for Ruger BX magazines work with the Double Kross body?
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Old 10-25-2019, 10:42 PM
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Don't know why not unless it hooks in underneath the mag or something. Sorry, haven't looked at it. The bodies are basically the same as a factory aside from being doubled up.
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I took my 10/22 takedown to the range to test my new Double Kross. It worked near perfect. Out of 60 rounds It only had 1 miss feed. All others were perfect. I will keep it.
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Old 01-22-2020, 10:42 AM
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Glad to hear it, LuckyGuy.
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I just bought one of these, and swapped the guts from two standard Ruger mags over- I was skeptical at first, but I love the thing! I will be buying more! It's probably the cheapest and most secure way to double mags up, and they look great!

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17hm2 won't run in any Ruger mag but the 10rnd rotory and these make it possible to have 20rnds on the gun for when I walk the gopher fields. Perfect for that scenario. Love mine.
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Doesn't it bother you guys ??
Something sticking out the bottom ?
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Old 04-11-2020, 08:23 AM
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Doesn't it bother you guys ??
Something sticking out the bottom ?
I use the DoubleKross mags for Steel Challenge and Rimfire Challenge. I am gripping the rifle with my off hand at the end of the stock closest to the barrel so the mag doesn't bother me. I like the clear body so that you can see how many rounds are loaded. The DoubleKross sticks out less than a BX-15 mag.

If you are shooting with your off hand supporting the rifle right in front of the trigger guard you probably want a stock 10 round mag.
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I'd rather it be flush but impossible to have 20rnds flush
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Is this a molded one-piece body or two clear bodies that are fastened together? I'm thinking this might be a good candidate for dye.
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Molded one piece. Its one of their best products in my opinion. I've got 4 of them. Zero issues out of 6 different 10-22's with the receivers built in 91, 01, 15, 16, and a Tactical Inc.

Cousin bought a few clear factory's last year which ended up being thicker and he had issues with. Had to replace them all with these Doublekross bodies and zero issues afterward. This product is legit.
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Old 04-12-2020, 06:48 PM
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Doesn't it bother you guys ??
Something sticking out the bottom ?
This was designed for steel challenge shooters. Obviously works for someone walking around in the woods and all, but its initial purpose was for one that would normally carry 5 mags to the shooting line, now they carry 3, and its a quick flip over to change mags between strings. That is its intended place. There are no doubt some applications where it would be less than ideal. Most of their products are designed around the speed shooting world.
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My 10-22 with 17 hm2 runs great using stock 10 rd mags?
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Never had good luck with the M2 in 10/22. Bought a CZ 452 and it shoots bug holes at squirrel range.
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