Tandemkross widens Ruger MKIV 22/45 inventory with mag bumpers

08/14/18 9:00 AM | by

The Tomahawk Hooked Magazine Bumpers add extra space for shooters’ pinkies, ensuring a better grip. (Photo: Tandemkross)

Tandemkross amps up its Ruger MKIV 22/45 offerings with a new competition upgrade in the form of Tomahawk Hooked Magazine Bumpers.

The Tomahawk Hooked Magazine Bumpers are drop-in accessories for the Ruger MKIV, attaching to the bottom of the factory magazine. Utilizing a curved shape, the bumpers provide more material at the base of the magazine allowing shooters greater consistency during reloads. Constructed with oversized, Zytel base pads, the bumpers grant shooters the ability to rest their pinky comfortably while shooting resulting in better grip and grater control over the Ruger pistol.

The bumpers are a drop-in accessory with no gunsmithing required. (Photo: Tandemkross)

The bumpers drop-in easily with no gunsmithing or fancy tools required for installation.

“The bumpers are an ideal upgrade for shooters with larger hands, and for any competitive shooter looking to make magazine changes reliable and fast,” Tandemkross said in a press release.

In addition to offering compatibility with the Ruger MKIV 22/45, the Tomahawk Bumpers work alongside Ruger’s MKIII 22/45 and MKII 22/45.

The Tomahawk Hooked Magazine Bumpers is available through Tandemkross with a MSRP of $21.99.

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