The rotary magazine is one of the best features of Ruger rimfires. I've owned three different 10-22's and one 77-22, and the magazines never gave problems. Main reason I sold them was accuracy and aesthetics dislikes. Accuracy can be fixed these days, with all of the aftermarket barrels or even a CPC tuneup. If I were the other manufactureres of rimfire rifles, I would buy rights to use Rugers magazine from them. I dropped mine on concrete, out of trees, on hardwood floors, etc, and never broke one. If you've gotten one that defective, contact Ruger and ask them for a replacment.
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