Actual quote from the Contrarian, a work buddy that's been shooting all his life:
"My 10/22 is jamming a lot. Like every other shot. The rounds are pretty scraped up but will go through a second time if I put them back in the mag. I want to grind down the feed ramp to fix that, but need to know a good gunsmith you might recommend. Otherwise... I am pretty handy with a Dremel."
His first thought was to gallop right to the receiver-destroying grinding tool...
I told him not to use a Dremel. Use a full on Angle Grinder! And use that to chop up the cheap 50 round drum mag you are feeding your .22 into.
"How did you know I was using a cheap 50 round after market magazine?"
Oh, I knew. This is not my first rodeo with 10/22 mags. Luckily, MBtGE made all the mistakes in that department for me and I learned from his experience. That said, the new 25-shot Ruger factory mags have worked pretty nicely for me. Him too.
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