10/22 and Charger 22 Extended Mag Release For Pistol Grip Clearance Ruger 1022

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25% OFF 2 or more - (2x = $24.00 $18.00 and free shipping!) (My recommendation- only buy two if you have two firearms you want to use them on, you should not need a spare)
Made in USA: 10/22 and Charger 22 Extended Mag Release - specifically made to clear pistol grips. There are versions on the market that do the same thing, however depending on your charger or 10/22 chassis, those others may contact the grip. If the standard ones don’t clear your finger on the grip, or as in my case, the grip itself, this one should work well for you.
This could potentially work on a standard 10/22 stock, however I have not tested it. It may sit too far forward to comfortably use with your grip hand.
If you're thinking about buying it for your 10/22 rifle, pay attention to where the lever ends in relation to the trigger housing in my second picture. I designed this because I could not find a model file or any part like this being sold. I have not yet modified it for use with a standard 10/22 rifle stock, but intend to offer one for sale in the future - there are others already on the market for 10/22 rifles.
I don’t sell parts that I have designed until I have tested them thoroughly. Not only have I put this through its paces at the range, I have tried to snap it in half in the direction that it’s pressed when used. I’m no Superman, but it’s very, very strong for being a small plastic part - I can bend it with a lot of force applied (much more than you couldever put on the part in use), but cannot break it. I wouldn't recommend that you try, though!
THIS IS A 3D PRINTED PART. If you’re not familiar with 3D prints, that means that it’s not going to look as perfect as a part cut out of a billet of aluminum, for instance. That said, I designed it to print well and be durable, it does lookgood, and it works flawlessly. I do not sell parts that I don't trust 100% to do the job they were designed for.The pictures posted were taken to accurately reflect the surface finish of the part that you will receive. Please look over the last few close-up pictures that are shown, you'll see the patterns that appear on the sides of the part. The top/bottom of the part come out looking very clean. Also, while I design my logo into everything that I create for sale, it's in an inconspicuous location once installed - tucked up in front of the trigger guard. I wouldn't want to buy a gun part with an in-your-face logo, so I don't want to sell one like that either.

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