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HTA RM-25 Windowed 10/22 Magazine



 
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Product Code: HTA1022RM25

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The HTA RM-25 is a windowed 10/22 magazine that utilizes field proven concepts like steel feed lips, toolless disassembly, round counters, and finger assisted loading and combines them in a radically new way to offer users the hands-down, most adaptive and reliable magazine on the market. The patent pending RM-25 features steel feed lips for a lifetime of use, incredibly durable polymer construction, and translucent windows to allow the shooter to know exactly how many rounds are left. To optimize performance in a variety of situations, the RM-25 can be configured in two modes: standard and finger assisted reload. In the standard configuration, the windows remain installed and the magazine is optimized for activities such as hunting and competition shooting where the ingress of the elements, dirt, or other debris could negatively affect the performance of the magazine at a critical time. When the windows are removed and the follower extension pin is installed, the magazine is in finger assisted reload mode and is optimized for high volume shooting activities including plinking and training where loading the magazine in a conventional manner takes longer and fatigues the loading hand. The RM-25 therefore allows the user to choose which configuration is desirable in any situation and convert without tools if necessary. Made in the USA.

Note: We cannot ship the RM-25 to California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, or the cities of Aurora, Chicago, or Oak Park, Illinois, or Washington D.C. Orders to these locations will be cancelled. Our sympathies for the inconvenience.



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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
AWESOME MAGS!!! September 6, 2016
Reviewer: Daniel from GOOSE CREEK, SC United States  
4 range days, 1500 rounds of bulk ammo and only 1 failure to feed-most likely due to a super dirty action. i kept the windows most of the time and recommend it. we tried using the "finger assisted loading" and it takes some skill!! if you lower it too far the rounds don't line up and will jam/fall out the side.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Feed 100% May 10, 2016
Reviewer: Tommy W. from South Carolina  
Bought 3 of these mags in od green a few months ago. These mags are great. Feed 100% and they fit tighter in the 1022. Will be ordering the bull pup stock in desert tan along with 4 desert tan mags shortly. Buy them up while the price is right. Call Eddie, nicest salesman I have ever dealt with and the shipping is supper fast. Thanks again Eddie.

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Simply Amazing! April 3, 2016
Reviewer: Chris Siegel from Fort Myers, FL United States  
Butler Creek= very poor quality to many failure to feeds to count, HC3R= difficult to load, BX-25= decent but quite a few failure to feeds, Tactical Innovations= MEH and RM-25= Amazing quality no feeding problems at all! 1200 rounds today and not one failure to feed.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
No feeding problems January 11, 2016
Reviewer: Jack F. from Atlanta  
Got a chance to try the mags yesterday. They worked fine in my gun- just as well as the Ruger or Butler Creek. They did seem a little harder to insert and remove than the other brands but not seriously. I'm leaving the windows in as I shoot outdoors and don't want dirt in them. Even so, loading was low effort  There were no feeding problems.

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