Spectre Ballistics - Ruger 10/22 Magwell Adapter
The Original Ruger 10/22 Magazine Adapter, but CNC milled from billet aluminium - Allows the Ruger 10/22 to use unlimited capacity Remington 597 Magazines legally. The adapter installs without tools into your Ruger 10/22 carbine. Once installed, the adapter allows the rifle to accept any Remington 597 magazine.
The prohibition of high-capacity Ruger 10/22 magazines has been a failure of legislation in Canada. However, using a High-Capacity Remington 597 magazine in a Ruger 10/22 is perfectly legal. We have developed a magazine adapter to do just this. Our adapter has been approved by the RCMP and is 100% legal to use in Canada.
The Ruger 10/22 magazine adapter installs in seconds without tools and does not permanently alter the rifle or stock. Once installed you can use any Remington 597 magazine in your Ruger 10/22. To ensure reliable feeding our adapter has an integrated feed ramp that guides the round smoothly into the chamber.
this is the new aluminum version of the previously 3D printed product. I have the plastic version and it has served me well, but, this aluminum piece is heads and tails above that version. The fit and finish is exceptional and the performance is outstanding. The release for the 597 mag is easily accessible and very ergonomic. The adaptor fits great in all my Rugers and even in my RIA clone. The adaptor drops away without issue when the mag release on the rifle is actuated. My 3D printed version has been relegated to one of my less used rifles, but, I'm sure will continue to serve well. The new aluminum product will will find a home in my tacticool version of one of my Ruger 10 22's. I would highly recommend this product for anyone who want s to legally run high capacity mags in their 10 22's.
piece made with a basic 3D machine !! its durability will be short-lived. attaches well to the weapon and the release lever works very well. it's a great idea. i wish it was made of aluminum.
I connected with Spectre as well as ATI as I have an ATI AR22 stock. Neither were aware of what was required to marry the 2. Both appeared interested. I left my rifle at the local armored and both he and I will be excited to see what needs to be done to mill the stock to accept the adapter. Stay tuned.