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KIDD Magazine Latch Plunger Stainless Steel

Part Number:149
KIDD Magazine Latch Plunger Stainless Steel
Stainless steel magazine latch plunger
Your Price: 7.50
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  • Upgrade to a Stainless Steel magazine latch plunger for your 10/22®
  • Hardened stainless steel with spring included
  • Better magazine hold
Replace your factory magazine latch plunger with a new KIDD stainless steel version.  With upgraded geometry to both hold your magazine more stable and let it release easier.  

Installation instructions:
Push out the magazine lever pin and pull the magazine lever down while slightly pressing in on the magazine latch plunger.  Once the magazine lever is out the plunger will pull out of the trigger guard completely.  After slipping the magazine latch plunger into the spring slide it in the trigger guard.  While holding the plunger slightly depressed, put the magazine lever back in the trigger making sure it fits in the cut out of the plunger properly, then put the pin back in the magazine lever to hold everything in place.  Function the magazine lever to make sure that the plunger is retracting as it is supposed to retract. 

Package includes:
magazine latch plunger
5 Stars
The Kidd magazine latch plunger is a must have upgrade
I stumbled upon Kidd products by accident. I was looking for a product from another company. But, after reading reviews about Kidd products, and since they're made in Texas, I decided to give them a try. I couldn't be happier with my decision. I bought the Magazine Latch Plunger part#149. The problem of magazines hanging up in my Ruger take-down was immediately resolved. Now, the magazine drops freely into my hand, when I push the mag release. I also purchased the Auto Bolt Release part#55, on the same order. Now, my rifle, in my opinion, functions as it should have in the first place. These two items, solved the most aggravating aspects, of the operation of the Ruger 10-22 rifle. There's only one problem. I own several Ruger 10-22's and I won't be happy until they're all upgraded.
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Reviewed by:  from San Antonio, TX. on 6/9/2015
5 Stars
This is a step up from the factory version it does help with factory magazines it could be because of the stiffer spring but is worth the investment of a few dollars.Remember Aim small Miss small!!
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Reviewed by:  from Cincinnati Ohio. on 2/1/2016
5 Stars
Great quality
I didn't really notice a difference in how firmly this holds the magazine in compared to the stock plunger on my rifle, but the KIDD plunger has a smoother feel to it when releasing the magazines over stock and it is very well made. Shipping was very fast!
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Reviewed by:  from Indiana. on 1/14/2016
5 Stars
Great piece!
I wanted to up the reliability of my stock 10/22. I've heard of occasional feed issues from the factory plunger and this seemed like a cheap upgrade. I bought it with the stronger spring as well. Very easy to install. I was surprised that the magazine actually feels easier to install with the new pieces and not harder to press down like you would expect with a stronger spring. I guess the new pieces just slide together better.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Baltimore. on 2/28/2019

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