HCMAGS Tactical Pack

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posted on January 15, 2014
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Shooting Ruger 10/22 rimfire rifles with 25-round magazines is an enjoyable pastime, but reloading the magazines, one round at a time, is not. The rugged HC3R magazine from HCMAGS can be quickly reloaded with ease using stripper clips that feed into the back of the magazine, loading 25 cartridges in a single motion. An on-board ammo pocket can hold an additional 20 rounds.

For 2014, the company is offering its new Tactical Pack. This rapid-reloading system includes one magazine, five stripper clips, and a speed loader box all conveniently tucked into a custom carry case with additional pockets for targets and tools. This kit stores and organizes up to 545-round of .22 LR ammunition, all ready for a trip to the range.

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