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Thread: 10/22 magazine coupler

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    10/22 magazine coupler

    Has anyone got or know of any dealers with stock? Ideally looking for the hightower armoury dual magazine coupler rather than the trimag

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    Just curious - if you mechanically join two mags together does that then become a magazine with more than ten round capacity ?
    Cats have nine lives-which makes them ideal for experimentation...

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    Quote Originally Posted by muzza View Post
    Just curious - if you mechanically join two mags together does that then become a magazine with more than ten round capacity ?
    According to post on Kiwi Gun Blog today police are refusing import permits for them, and they seem ti suggest so (but the magazine is never illegal, so it's them making it up)

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    We won’t be allowed pockets next......

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    Fact is each mag is still independent. Only holds 10 rounds. You still have to take one out and reinsert independently. The couplers are a great aid to getting the mags in and out. I think the Police not giving permits is precautionary not law. My opinion.
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    They haven't made tape or glue illegal yet so I'd like to think some common sense might be applied

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    Common sense!?!??

    Shakes head. Sadly, the cynic in me has serious doubts that we will witness any “common sense” just yet......
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    Certainly the term "common sense" and the word " police" can not be used in the same sentence .
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    Cats have nine lives-which makes them ideal for experimentation...

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    Certainly the term "common sense" and the word " police" can not be used in the same sentence .
    Cats have nine lives-which makes them ideal for experimentation...

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    https://allgoods.co.nz/product/1661634

    Seller is a good guy to deal with

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    I like the look of the double. I got a trimag a fair while ago and that is pretty good.
    As they are effectively just "taped" together they still comply as mentioned well so far.

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    And if you want a proven system of carrying your doubled stack mags, I developed a stainless steel mag holder for them. I've been using these for about 8 years now as have my shooting mates. 100% full proof. Designed specifically for doubled mags, but will also work with single mags if you cut a small square of foam and glue it to the floor of the holder for the single mag to rest on (just to remove the rattle of the mag in the holder). The 'spring loaded' clip is designed to clamp onto the mag jointer giving a friction fit.

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    That's a neat solution. Round my place once I've fired off 2 mags it's pest free for a while hence looking for the coupler. The seller on allgoods is out of stock (I've got stuff from him before too)

 

 

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