100-round drum for 10/22?

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  1. GearZ

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    Out of curiosity, does anyone make a 100-drum for the 10/22 platform? I've seen a few 50-rounders, but don't recall a 100-drum. If anyone has information, that would be great. Thanks much. :)
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    The only one I've seen is the GSG 110RND Drum Magazine.
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    Thanks for the heads up. I didn't realize GSG adapted their design to the 10/22 platform. I wonder how it runs.
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    It seems to me that the more rounds you attempt to hold in a magazine attached to a 10/22, the worse the magazine performs...
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    That is certainly true. The 50-rounder we tried last, despite pretty good reviews, was really bad. I remember "tear drop" shaped 50-rounders for the 10/22 that worked pretty well, but I never see them anymore.
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    100 round drum for a 10/22 weapon sounds cool I would love to see full-auto. The issue with drums is jamming so in some cases I would stick to a magazine.
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    Before the 86 ban, there was a cool drop in conversion called the Norrell trigger pack that let one rock and roll with the 10/22. They are still out there, but prices have spiraled to insane levels. It takes plinking to a whole new level though. ;)

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    Nice shooter in that video there. How much does a Norrell Trigger cost? Where do you think is the cheapest to buy a Norrell Trigger?
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    Pre-86, fully transferable machine-guns prices have spiraled to insane levels. A Norell Trigger pack is going to set one back at least ten grand these days and that's conservative estimate. I don't see them much on the NFA market, so you'd have to do some digging.
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    Dang it I was hoping for some light but I guess I would have to go elsewhere. The Norell Trigger costing ten grand is too much for me. I don't want to pay that much money that sounds like a car price.
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    I hear you. The price of fully transferables are simply nuts these days. Its pretty hard to justify as a range toy. As an investment it might make some sense though.
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    Investing in a trigger like that would just be a waste of cash. I'll just stick to triggers I can afford.

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