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Volquartsen Custom offers Spring Loaded Magazine Ejector for the Ruger 22/45

(Carroll, IA) Our Spring Loaded Magazine Ejector for the Ruger 22/45 will improve the “mag drop” of the factory magazine. Its unique design uses spring pressure to forcefully remove the magazine from the grip frame. The innovative design not only aids in magazine removal but also adds an extension to the bottom of the magazine to make magazine reloads quick and reliable every time.

The ejector is CNC machined from an aluminum alloy and black hard anodized. Also features a CNC machined stainless steel button for increased durability.

Simply remove the magazine floor plate from a factory 22/45 magazine and replace with this ejector for an enhanced shooting experience!

Volquartsen Custom offers a complete line of rimfire rifles, pistols and accessories. Learn more at www.volquartsen.com.

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Contact:
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Ruger Announces 25-Round Magazine for Ruger 10/22

Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR), announces that owners of America’s most popular autoloading rimfire rifle, the Ruger® 10/22®, can enjoy the extended fun offered by the new 25-round BX-25™ magazine. The new, genuine Ruger BX-25 magazine features the same correct angle feed lips that deliver the famous reliability of factory BX-1™ 10-round rotary magazines.

The BX-25 magazine will work in all vintages of Ruger 10/22 and SR-22® rifles, as well as all Ruger Charger™ pistols. The BX-25 magazines have stainless steel feed lips and use a stainless steel “constant force” spring. The anti-tilt follower is injection molded from Celcan – a high lubricity polyacetal. The magazine body halves are injection molded from durable glass-filled nylon.

“These are genuine Ruger factory magazines. We designed them. We didn’t license and rebrand someone else’s magazines,” said Ruger CEO Michael Fifer. “We tested the BX-25 magazines extensively and they work as well as the original Ruger BX-1 rotary magazine, the gold standard for rimfire autoloading reliability,” he continued.

The Ruger 10/22 is available in many configurations, including the special edition officially licensed Ruger Boy Scout™ 10/22 Rifle. Millions of shooters worldwide have learned the basics of firearms safety and marksmanship using a Ruger 10/22. It is a favorite of small bore hunters, competitive shooters and target shooters everywhere. Over six million Ruger 10/22′s have been produced since it was introduced in 1964.

For more information on the new Ruger BX-25 magazine go to www.ruger.com/BX-25. To see the latest Ruger products, or to learn more about the extensive line of award winning Ruger firearms, visit www.Ruger.com. Visit your local retailer or go to www.ShopRuger.com to purchase the new Ruger BX-25 magazine.

Ruger Introduces 25-Round Magazine for Ruger 10/22

Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR), announces that owners of America’s most popular autoloading rimfire rifle, the Ruger® 10/22®, can enjoy the extended fun offered by the new 25-round BX-25™ magazine. The new, genuine Ruger BX-25 magazine features the same correct angle feed lips that deliver the famous reliability of factory BX-1™ 10-round rotary magazines.
The BX-25 magazine will work in all vintages of Ruger 10/22 and SR-22® rifles, as well as all Ruger Charger™ pistols. The BX-25 magazines have stainless steel feed lips and use a stainless steel “constant force” spring. The anti-tilt follower is injection molded from Celcan – a high lubricity polyacetal. The magazine body halves are injection molded from durable glass-filled nylon.
“These are genuine Ruger factory magazines. We designed them. We didn’t license and rebrand someone else’s magazines,” said Ruger CEO Michael Fifer. “We tested the BX-25 magazines extensively and they work as well as the original Ruger BX-1 rotary magazine, the gold standard for rimfire autoloading reliability,” he continued.
The Ruger 10/22 is available in many configurations, including the special edition officially licensed Ruger Boy Scout™ 10/22 Rifle. Millions of shooters worldwide have learned the basics of firearms safety and marksmanship using a Ruger 10/22. It is a favorite of small bore hunters, competitive shooters and target shooters everywhere. Over six million Ruger 10/22′s have been produced since it was introduced in 1964.
For more information on the new Ruger BX-25 magazine go to www.ruger.com/BX-25. To see the latest Ruger products, or to learn more about the extensive line of award winning Ruger firearms, visit www.Ruger.com. Visit your local retailer or go to www.ShopRuger.com to purchase the new Ruger BX-25 magazine.

SureFire Announces 60 and 100 Round Mags for AR-style Firearms

Fountain Valley, CA — SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of high-end illumination tools and tactical products, is proud to announce the release of its hi-capacity 60- and 100-round (STANAG 4179) aluminum magazines for .223/5.56mm NATO M4/M16/AR15-style firearms. These new high-cap magazines (HCMs)-dubbed the MAG5-60 and MAG5-100-are designed to provide military units with an overwhelming tactical advantage in the delivery of firepower.

“In the current wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, ambushes are commonplace, and the outcome is often determined in the first 30 seconds,” said Don Alexander, SureFire’s Director of Military Sales and retired Special Forces operator with six combat tours. “Firepower and the ability to stay in the fight are key. These magazines will reduce soldier vulnerability by keeping them in the fight for longer periods of time, with less downtime spent on reloads.”

In battle, it typically takes the average soldier four seconds to reload his weapon and reacquire a target, valuable time that could be spent engaging threat targets. At best, 30-round magazines allow a soldier to fire no more than 150 rounds in 30 seconds. SureFire’s 60-round high-cap magazine increases that figure to 240 rounds; its 100-rounder to 293 rounds. And both will support military units planning to incorporate full-auto firepower to more of their operators.

SureFire HCMs easily and securely fit into the host weapon, with the bolt closed, when loaded with the maximum round count. The design of the magazine takes into account the allowable tolerances of cartridges manufactured to NATO and SAAMI specifications. A 4×2 quad-stack configuration features a revolutionary internal spring and follower system designed to be more reliable than current standard MILSPEC USGI 30-round magazines. This proprietary internal design also allows SureFire HCMs to be stored indefinitely while fully loaded, in preparation for deployment, which means individual units can be issued ammo supply crates with pre-loaded magazines instead of empty mags and ammo cans, another potential lifesaving benefit in critical-response situations.

The MAG5-60 will fit into most nylon pouches with Velcro® cover flaps intended to hold two standard 30-round magazines, but double magazine pouches with stitched partitions may require some alteration. Both the 60- and 100-round HCMs can be disassembled for periodic cleaning or as required. The magazine floor plate can be easily removed from the body using a punch, the tip of a cartridge, or a variety of common tools.

SureFire HCMs are the result of an entirely new division at SureFire, in partnership with L. James Sullivan and Bob Waterfield of Arm West, LLC. Mr. Sullivan is best known for co-developing the Armalite AR-15/M16 (M16A1) rifle and the original 20-round 5.56mm box magazine. They will be assembled and distributed by SureFire’s new Reno, Nevada, facility, the company’s first venture outside of Southern California, and will initially be available only from authorized SureFire dealers in states without any HCM regulations. Processes are also being developed for dealers in locations that do have HCM regulations, including California, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and Washington, D.C. MSRP is $129 for the 60-round magazine and $179 for the 100-rounder, with orders expected to begin shipping in March of 2011.

60-Round Magazine Specs
CALIBER

5.56 NATO/.223 REMINGTON
HEIGHT

8.7″ / 22.1 cm
WIDTH

1.66″/4.2 cm body, 0.88″/2.2 cm neck
WEIGHT-EMPTY

6.4 ounces / 181 grams
WEIGHT-FULLY LOADED

2.02 lbs / 920 grams
BOX MATERIAL

6000 SERIES ALUMINUM
FOLLOWER MATERIAL

NYLON
CONSTRUCTION

SPOT WELDED
FINISH

MIL-L-46010
COLOR

GRAY

100-Round Magazine Specs
CALIBER

5.56 NATO/.223 REMINGTON
HEIGHT

12.2″ / 31 cm
WIDTH

1.66″/4.2 cm body, 0.88″/2.2 cm neck
WEIGHT-EMPTY

9.6 ounces / 272 grams
WEIGHT-FULLY LOADED

3.3 lbs / 1.5 kg
BOX MATERIAL

6000 SERIES ALUMINUM
FOLLOWER MATERIAL

NYLON
CONSTRUCTION

SPOT WELDED
FINISH

MIL-L-46010
COLOR

GRAY
About SureFire
Located in Fountain Valley, California, SureFire is a leading manufacturer of high-performance flashlights, weapon-mounted lights, and other tactical equipment for those who go in harm’s way, or anyone who demands the ultimate in quality, innovation, and performance. SureFire illumination tools are used by more SWAT teams and elite special operations groups than any other brand. SureFire is an ISO 9001-2008 certified company.

Contact:
Ron Canfield, rcanfield@surefire.com, 800-828-8809 ex. 2258

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