This rotary magazine is constructed of plastic with a steel feed lip and black finish. It is comaptibl with your Ruger 7717.
Ruger Magazine 17 Hornet 6Rd Black Fits Ruger 77/17 90397
50 in stock
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ALASKA CUSTOMERS: No sales.
CALIFORNIA CUSTOMERS: No ammunition sales.
CONNECTICUT CUSTOMERS: A legible copy of state issued identification and one of the following is required to purchase ammunition:
A valid CT permit to carry a pistol or revolver OR
A valid CT long gun eligibility certificate OR
A valid CT ammunition certificate.
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ILLINOIS CUSTOMERS: Must have current copy of FOID card and State Photo Identification, No sales of ammunition and/or magazines to the City of Chicago.
NEW YORK CUSTOMERS: Due to New York State law, we can no longer ship ammunition purchased online to NY residents (we will still ship to FFL’s and Seller of Ammunition permits)
NEW JERSEY CUSTOMERS: Firearms/Ammunition identification card & State ID must accompany ammunition orders for first time. No sales of magazines over 15 rounds.
WASHINGTON DC CUSTOMERS: No Sales of any products.
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MASSACHUSETTS: Due to Massachusetts State law, we can no longer ship ammunition purchased.