Triple Your Round Count From 10 to 30 with the TriMag!
TriMag™ connects three standard 'BX-1' factory magazines to a Ruger 10/22 semi-automatic rifle. The patented TriMag design does not require any glue or adhesive - it only requires a standard screwdriver or coin to assemble/disassemble in the field or home.
The design is unique in the way magazines are
clamped together with no modifications to the original magazine and can be taken apart at any time to replace or service a magazine.
TriMag is very popular – it
has become a standard accessory for avid 10/22 owners, competition
shooters, and recreational shooters alike.
TriMag is legal in Canada - if your magazine is legal, TriMag is legal.
Ruger has tested and endorsed TriMag, selling it under their own label.
Ruger BX-1 magazines – the magazine fitting TriMag – are now
retailed in packs of three! We take credit for influencing that change
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS to using an Alangator TriMag:
Uses standard 10 round factory BX-1 Ruger magazines, the most prolific, dependable and popular magazine on the market
Supports the rifle in an upright position on the bench when inserted
allows for easier loading of the magazines by simply providing more bulk
to hold on to and a steady platform for the upright magazine when
placed on a flat surface
Eliminates the frustration of “sticky” magazine removal, an intermittent problem with 10/22 rifles
Enables user to quickly access three different types of ammunition preloaded in the individual magazines
Doesn’t interfere with your forearm when firing as extended magazines are famous for
Bench firing is more convenient - the shooter doesn’t have to move out of position to change magazines
'77/22' magazines don’t fit TriMag!
There is quite a bit of misinformation on the internet about a Ruger
design change to BX-1 magazines: if it has a flat bottom and
a slight taper, it is a 77/22 magazine! Although the 77/22 magazine will work
in your 10/22, it sits recessed from the standard stock when
inserted into the rifle.
BX-1 magazines will rock side to
side on a flat table; they have a slightly rounded bottom and when
inserted, they perfectly fit the shape of your rifle with factory
stock. This is the easiest way to check for the correct magazine.
Model: Alangator Tactical TriMag