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Old October 25th, 2019, 03:39 PM   #1
 
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WTH, Ordered The 110 Round Magazine

I did a search before posting so I know they've been mentioned, but I was unaware when I ordered this one; the GSG for 10/22.
I'm conservative so when I made the decision to buy some new mags I thought I would go wild and order a 50 round until I saw this.
Like a lady of the night she beckoned me, recognizing my deep inner yearnings. I didn't resist and it came in today.
Before ordering I did my research and the reviews were favorable so for $50 plus shipping it's now mine.
Loaded 100 rounds of Mini-Mags and if rain allows I will shoot this weekend.
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Look forward to your range report. I have stuck with BX 25 round mags for a standard load.
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Ohhh no, this is not something I need to read about.....

But I'm already here so to heck with the rain and get out there and play with that puppy
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Will do.
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Not a bad idea, but...I think I'll wait until they've got one where you open the back & dump the rounds in, then wind it. Like those (Bulgarian?) RPK, 75-round drum magazines.

I had one of the Chinese 75-round drums as well. You had to stuff rounds through the top and work a lever for each one, much like this GSG drum.

(That is the same thing I hate about my Butler Creek 30-round 10/22 mags - stuffing the rounds in one by one. But I just got a Maglula 10/22 mag loading tool that I'm hoping will help with that.)

I always preferred loading the Bulgarian drum. Easier process overall.

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Made it to the range today and this mag failed miserably, but it was my fault. The instructions clearly state 'no wax coated ammo'.
It didn't occur to me that CCI Mini Mags were wax coated. I hope I didn't screw it up permanently.
Sorry about the quality of the pics. I don't often depend on my phone for pics. I can't say I like the look on my ultimate.
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I bought a GSG 110 a couple of months ago, out of curiosity mostly. Haven't had time to try it with one of my 10-22's yet. Practiced loading and unloading it. Found putting 5 snapcaps in it first made the overall experience easier. Don't know why, it just worked. Still more time than loading 4 BX-25's, but should be a lot of fun when I do get to take it to the range.
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The instructions clearly state 'no wax coated ammo'.....
It didn't occur to me that CCI Mini Mags were wax coated. I hope I didn't screw it up permanently.
All of the CCI Mini-Mags I'ver ever seen and used are copper plated, not wax coated. Perhaps the CCI SV rounds are wax coated.
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I don't mean to be rude. But that thing looks like a big malfunction waiting to happen.
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I read somewhere that all .22 rounds are coated - some more heavily than others??? That may or may not be true in any way. I do know that the new Armscor .22lr hollow points I got FEEL oily/waxy. So far they are doing well in my handguns though. (No, not in my Ruger Mark IV Lite - I only use CCI mini mags in it because it chokes on most anything else)
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Good luck with that 110 round magazine. I hope it works flawlessly .
I'm not betting any money on that happening though .
Closely watching for the range report.
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Made it to the range today and this mag failed miserably, but it was my fault. The instructions clearly state 'no wax coated ammo'.
It didn't occur to me that CCI Mini Mags were wax coated. I hope I didn't screw it up permanently.
Sorry about the quality of the pics. I don't often depend on my phone for pics. I can't say I like the look on my ultimate.
Mini mags are not waxed, where did you get that idea?
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Most of the .22LR I have seen has either a copper wash or a teflon coating. I could be wrong, but I also believe there is a thin wax coating to aid in loading.
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In NJ I would have to have 11 10 round mags.
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