• Drop-in installation
  • Allows for a quick release of factory magazines
  • Extends .550" down from the trigger guard housing designed not to interfere with benchrest during shooting
  • CNC-machined from billet aluminum


  • Material: Aluminum
  • Finish: Black or Silver
  • Weight: 0.32 oz.


  • Ruger 10/22 and 10/22 Magnum

*Not compatible with the Ruger BX trigger.


How much time do you think you've spent trying to thumb-in the stock Ruger 10/22 magazine release? I mean, it's not hard at all, it's just inconvenient. Some other companies make a decent Ruger 10/22 extended magazine release that is functional, however, it gets in the way. If you want the best of both worlds, functionality, and convenience, you must treat yourself to the Volquartsen Ruger 10/22 extended magazine release. It works like a dream, and it doesn't get in the way.

The Volquartsen Ruger 10/22 Extended Magazine Release Is Strong and Fast

The stock Ruger 1/22 magazine release is reliable, but it's far from fast. When seconds count, that really makes a difference. With this Ruger 10/22 extended magazine release speed is the name of the game. You just slip your trigger finger in front of the trigger guard, engage the release, push forward and out the mag drops. Instead of digging for the empty magazine, your off hand is already on the way to drive a loaded mag home. Additionally, the Ruger 10/22 extended mag release is CNC machined out of billet aluminum. Therefore, it will give you a lifetime of flawless service.

It Just Fits

Unlike some aftermarket 10/22 parts company, the Volquartsen Ruger 10/22 extended mag release fits just right. It extends just enough to let your finger activate it and not a centimeter more. If you're hunting, carrying the Ruger right at the mag well is the perfect balanced position. If you're shooting over sandbags that's exactly where it rests as well. When you use a Volquartsen Ruger extended magazine release you don't have to change your style. You can carry and shoot just like always, only now mag swaps are faster.

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