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Posted: 10/8/2002 11:00:14 PM EST
I have a few of the good old Ram-Line 50 rd. 10/22 mags. they rock. They also go for $100+ nowadays. Problem is, mine are getting old and are starting to jam every now and then. Does anyone have information on how to contact Ram-Line? i did a yahoo search with no success. IIRC, all ram line products have a lifetime warranty. I'd like to see if i can get these babies repaired or reconditioned. Thanks!
Link Posted: 10/9/2002 9:56:35 AM EST
Link Posted: 10/10/2002 2:46:28 PM EST
You'd think with the cost of those things someone would make replacement mag bodies, followers, and springs.

Your jamming problem is probably due to a weak spring (could be worn feed lips too), if you can figure out how to get the spring out without destroying the mag check with Wolff GunSprings, www.gunsprings.com, and see if they have anything that will work as a replacement.

If you find replacement parts let me know, I've got some of these that will probably wear out in the next few years.
Link Posted: 10/10/2002 3:49:00 PM EST
I have a mag with a cracked feed lip, and found out about there replacement policy. They give you one ten round mag for every ten rounds the other mag held.

I am looking to sell my broken mag for $30 shipped, if you could use it for parts, but I don't know how it works since I don't have a 10-22 anymore.
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