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wanted to know of the best companies that make aftermarket magazines. and the companies to avoid
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Ram-Line made some 10 rounders, not sure if they still make them. Eh.

Eagle Ind made some 10 rounders, they sometimes need thinning in cross section depending on the gun. But have been more reliable in my experience than the Ram-Lines.

The factory original mags are still the best for reliability in the 760's.
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I use Triple K 10 round magazines in my Remington 742 and those will fit in your 760 as well. The Triple K 10 rounders are metal and they work. Triple K magazines
I have some of the Eagle Industry 10 round plastic magazine and they are hit and miss. I've had to do some filing to get the Eagles Industry magazines to fit.
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I just purchaed some rem from cheaper than dirt. Them old gamemasters take a beating and still perform
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Remington issues a 7600 with Checkmate Industries 10 round mag. I have one but don't have a rifle for it yet and it appears well made so don't see why it would not work. check out the Remington police line. I would like to get a 760 in 308.
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I have 7400 Remington 30-06. I use the EAGLE SMOKE COLORED PLATIC MAGES AND THEY WORK GREAT.
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Kingfish, that is good to know. How many rounds do you have on it?
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