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Keeping a few extra magazines is a good idea for quick reload at the range or concealed carry, especially if there’s a malfunction. The Ruger SR40C 9 Round Magazine is a replacement magazine manufactured by Ruger – guaranteeing a perfect fit and reliability. smith and wesson 22lr revolver
This Ruger SR40C magazine is built for Ruger’s SR40C, chambered in .40 S&W. The Ruger SR40C magazine holds 9 rounds and comes in a steel material and blue finish
Built from heat-treated steel with chrome silicon internal springs and impact-resistant polymer base plates, these SR40 magazines deliver combat-ready performance at an impressive price.
As Ruger’s first striker-fired pistol, the SR series combines concealability, controllability and firepower at a value that’s tough to beat. Designed to meet the needs of law enforcement and ideal for civilian carry, the SR40 is a force to be reckoned with in any shooter’s hands.
Perfect for training and target practice, these 9-round magazines come with Ruger’s lifetime replacement guarantee, so you’ll always have a working magazine on hand when you need one.
Grab some 10-round magazines for your SR40 today!
Built to hold (9) rounds of ammunition. Will only hold .40 automatic colt pistol rounds. Constructed of blued steel to avoid corrosion and to surpass all the adversified torture test in it’s way. This magazines also comes equipped with a hi-tensile compression steel spring to assure this magazine has minimal to no friction, and smooth feeding responses.
Keeping a few extra factory magazines around is never a bad idea; extra magazines save loading time at the range and also serve as a backup for those days when you simply cannot remember where you put your primary magazine.
- Firearm Fit: SR40C
- Compatible With: N/A
- Capacity: 9 Round
- Caliber: .45 ACP
- Material: Steel
- Finish: Blue
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