Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle .308 10, 5, 3 Round Mags

The ten-shot magazine for the Ruger® Gunsite Scout Rifle is…

The ten-shot magazine for the Ruger® Gunsite Scout Rifle is constructed of durable glass-filled nylon with a stainless steel spring. A snap-on dust cover is included which helps keep the magazine internals clean and allows long-term storage of the magazine while loaded. Not recommended for use with other M24/M40/AICS-style systems. http://shopruger.com/Scout-308-Mag-M77-10P/productinfo/90355/

Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is proud to announce new polymer magazines are available for the Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle. Made from durable, glass-filled nylon, these rugged, smooth-feeding magazines are available in ten-round, five-round, and three-round capacities.

“Consumers have made many requests for lower cost Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle magazines,” said Mark Gurney, Ruger’s Long Gun Product Manager. “These new Ruger magazines are durable, easy to load, feed smoothly, and are less than half the price of original equipment steel magazines. The three-round magazine is near flush-fitting and is a great accessory to have when hunting with the Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle rifle,” he concluded.

Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle polymer magazines can be readily disassembled and assembled for cleaning. All components are molded from glass-filled nylon (except the stainless steel spring), and the assembled magazines have been function and drop tested at extreme temperatures ranging from -30° F to +140° F. A snap-on dust cover, which not only keeps the internals of the magazine clean, but also allows long-term storage of a loaded magazine without risk of deforming the magazine feed lips, is included with each magazine.

Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle polymer magazines are available now at local firearms retailers, and are also available on ShopRuger.com. The original steel five-round and ten-round steel magazines are also available through the same outlets, and Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifles are still being supplied with one all-steel ten-round magazine.scout-308-mag-b

The three-shot magazine for the Ruger® Gunsite Scout Rifle is constructed of durable glass-filled nylon with a stainless steel spring. A snap-on dust cover is included which helps keep the magazine internals clean and allows long-term storage of the magazine while loaded. The three-round magazine fits near-flush; the base-plate is exposed when the magazine is loaded in the rifle. Not recommended for use with other M24/M40/AICS-style systems. http://shopruger.com/Scout-308-Mag-M77-3P/productinfo/90374/

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The five-shot magazine for the Ruger® Gunsite Scout Rifle is constructed of durable glass-filled nylon with a stainless steel spring. A snap-on dust cover is included which helps keep the magazine internals clean and allows long-term storage of the magazine while loaded. Not recommended for use with other M24/M40/AICS-style systems. http://shopruger.com/Scout-308-Mag-M77-5P/productinfo/90354/

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  • Joe

    I bought mine after I recently came home from Afghanistan and love it. Yes there are a couple minor improvements that could have been done, like the plastic parts. But over all… smooth action, very comfortable and very accurate in the few times I’ve been able to go shooting.

    It is fun to throw a lot of lead down range, but it is fulfilling to know you the fewer rounds you shoot will have more effect.

    TheGunGuru is right. I’ve been in combat and love my ARs, but my Scout is my baby.

  • Bob

    I have carried and used a true scout rife for many years after meeting Jeff Cooper at a trade show and having him show me what it does and does not do. . I have yet to read one review where anyone outfitted or used it properly. Everyone seems to want it to be something it is not… and it is not anything else.

  • James

    James says to AAP…

    The 70.00 “mags” are the standard issue boxes for the M25/M40 rifle, which apparently must be silly concepts as well to someone such as yourself. If this weapon doesn’t fill a need for you, it doesn’t mean that others have their heads up their asses. Just like abortions, don’t want one, don’t get one.

  • TheGunGuru

    Rifle fills a nitch where ego is not concerned. Those who’ve been in combat know the value of a well aimed shot vs the spray and pray fad.

    Detractions from this rifle- plastic parts, need a quality aftermarket option. GG&G where are you?
    Stock should offer two formats, the current non threatening look with the laminated wood and a tactical one with a folding stock option for minimal profile when stored. M14 standard mags would have been a strong selling point.

    Something that would be nice is a left hand bolt, right eject. Its an absolute joy to operate the bolt on a gun with this setup.

    Excellent choice for a suppressor.

  • AAP

    How is that magpul can make a 308 mag 20 rounds and have it cost 20$ and Ruger offers a rifle that takes 70.00$ mags and then develops a new mag for said rifle that is 40.00$?

    Do the people at ruger and gunsite have their heads up their asses? The rifle is a silly concept and fills no gaps in the rifle shooting world and the mags are still way to costly.