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Savage MK II 20rd

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Price:
$29.75
SKU:
RF-B4
Current Stock:
267


Product Description

 

 

One free loading tool included with each order.. Comes folded into packing slip.

Video on how to use loading tool HERE

 

20 round capacity for the MK II bolt action by savage. Also fits Lakefield Mark II rifles since they are basically the same.

Does NOT fit the Savage 62 64. If you think it might fit a rifle not listed above please ask BEFORE ordering.

 

These magazines are fully laser cut, and are welded instead of crimped together.

View holes at 3,5,10,15 and 20.

Magazine is Carbon steel with a molten salt nitride finish, stainless steel follower.

Please note we suggest a break in process as shown in video below. Magazine feed will be slightly sticky the first couple uses.

 

Please note that some longer bullet profiles result in stiff loading and sluggish feeding as the added length prevents them from stacking correctly.

Here is a sample of bullets we have on hand. Both the ones indicated with the arrows did feed, however it is difficult to load to 20 rounds.

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Rimfire magazines are restricted in many cases just like centerfire.

Please check  https://stores.csspecs.com/policies-returns/


Product Videos

savage MkII plinking with 20rd magazines (04:35)
A little plinking with Savage MK2 bolt actions. We shot all our old test cycling ammo.
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    A little plinking with Savage MK2 bolt actions. We shot all ou...
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    Updated video showing how to load the magazines for the first ...

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  1. Worse Experience Than Expected 1 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Apr 2022

    Csspecs: Normally I comment on the end but I hope this prevents this going forward. The 20 round magazines have a limited range of ammo that works. We state it in the description.. Do NOT force ammo into the magazine, the loading tool is NOT a ram rod, using excessive force to jam ammo into a magazine is not just unwise but dangerous, remember rimfire ammo has the primer in the rim beating on the ammo can cause it to detonate.
    I can about guarantee that the ammo has a very long overall length and the reviewer never once bothered to read the description of the product.



    Bought 2 20-round magazines and actually used them both.
    No vicarious reviews for me.
    Did the load and wait for 3 days, twice, to break in the springs.
    Loaded and unloaded them many times (10) to wear some brass into the magazine parts.
    Ordeal each time. Slight improvement after 10 loads.
    No matter what, the first 5 rounds would jam and fail to load; then things fed fine for the rest.
    Magazines fit loose back and forth, like the 15-25 round Ruger 10/22 ones often do.
    Had to push forward (upward) on magazines so the round was nose higher to get bolt moving.
    On the first loading, impossible to push down after 10 rounds, so I applied more push.
    Around 18 rounds, things flipped every which way and crashed. The loading tool bent.
    Had to use a wood block for a base support.
    Lack of spring tension and rims locking …hand and fingers hurting.
    Crushed several cases.
    Sharp edges on magazines; did not get cut, yet.

    Went back to the factory 10 round magazines. All good there.


  2. 20 rds 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Apr 2022

    20 round is a whole lot better than 10 rounds I'm gonna have to buy another 1 they're 1 thank you


  3. Quality and Capacity! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Apr 2022

    Very nicely done folks! I was able to load to capacity and cycled with no issues. The videos are helpful as well as the included tool. Thank you!


  4. Difficult little bugger. Be patient with it. 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Jan 2022

    Geez this thing is sticky. Before I turn you away, I'm breaking this in with a combo of stingers, mini mags, and Remington at random. Left the Mag loaded with 20 for 24 hours in now sub zero temperatures outside. And I haven't lubricated it. Thumbing the rounds sown and up hundreds of times. This is not how (different ammo, temp) it's recommended to break this in. And I haven't even tried to feed the rifle with it yet. So don't run away from this. The mag as 'sharp' edges as does the loading tool. Buffed those out with a cordless drill, but that should have been done at the factory. 3 days of breaking this in, removing ammo, reloading it again. The break time is a lot longer than a couple of loads. However it is improving.


  5. Best 3rd part mags 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Jan 2022

    Bought a few 20rd mags for my mark ii and I was not disappointed one bit. For about the same price of its 10rd counter part this is a steal by all means. Plus the little bullet release tool it super convenient. All in all a very worthy investment if you enjoy shooting and not tlreloading


  6. Very nice product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Jan 2022

    Purchased 2 magazines.Have not had a chance to shoot mag yet, but I did do the break in procedure and cycled both magazines through the firearm several times without a hitch. I’m sure they will work flawlessly.
    Great mag, probably better than the factory mag that came with the firearm.


  7. Sweet 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Jan 2022

    I love it no FTF runs great


  8. It's what you've been looking for! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Dec 2021

    Awesome product, fairly sharp edges, but works great!

    Also be sure to check packaging for mag loader before you throw it out! It's tiny, ya might miss it1


  9. Not good 1 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Dec 2021

    Kind of cheesy and sloppy. Have to pull the bolt back just for it to lock into gun. Not impressed at all. Need to find a better quality one

    Csspecs: The savage manual says to load magazines on an open bolt, what it doesn't say is why. Loading on a closed bolt damages the magazines. That's why the MK II magazines are know for splitting open. Since our magazine is welded together it lacks the flexibility to insert on a closed bolt.


  10. double mag. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Dec 2021

    Nice to have more ammo in your 22 bolt action rifle. Can't wait till they make a 20 round mag for the savage model 93 bolt action rifle.


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