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The Ruger BX-25 magazine is a Ruger factory-produced magazine for the 10/22 designed to hold 25 rounds of .22LR ammunition. It is built with the same materials and standards as the BX-1 10-round rotary magazine, putting it miles ahead of the aftermarket competition. Additionally, several features have been included that were designed to make it perform even better than the BX-1.
The most notable feature of the Ruger BX-25 magazine is the use of stainless steel for the feed lips. Many aftermarket magazines use plastic for the feed lips, which is susceptible to wear and does not typically hold up over time. Additionally, the feed lips are designed to present cartridges at a 30 degree angle for reliable feeds every time. The BX-25 magazine also utilizes a stainless steel, constant-force spring. This ribbon-like spring is designed to exert a constant force over a range of motion, which provides a consistent feed for every cartridge in the magazine. Both the anti-tilt follower and the magazine body are injection molded. The body may be easily disassembled for routine cleaning and maintenance by removing two hex-head screws.