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Link Posted: 6/4/2017 2:50:59 PM EST
Aren't there any AR-15, M-16 magazine collectors here?   I posted in the EE, a Government Issued Box of Seven unfired 20 round Colt magazines (box stamped 1969).    What collector has the government issued box that the 7 twenty round mags came in?    I know the overwhelming majority of folks here are shooters and not collectors but for those that see the value in collecting Viet Nam era military issued items, they will have a piece of history in their hands.   This box and the unfired mags are about 43 years old.....  I have to get rid of them, I don't want to but I have too, so I hope someone can give this piece of history a home from here on out...

http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_7_24/1660575_7-VIET-NAM-ERA-COLT-20-RND-MAG-s-with-GI-ISSSUED-BOX-UNFIRED-COLLECTIBLE.html
Link Posted: 6/8/2017 8:43:58 PM EST
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That's a niiiiiice collection!
Link Posted: 6/8/2017 8:51:50 PM EST
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Originally Posted By NEOKShooter:
Wonderful magazine collections, all of them.  I am a mag porn addict and love to come here to drool.  I just have one question, though; is a magazine still in the package, or otherwise unfired, a magazine or is it a potential magazine - sort of like potential energy - until it's proven on the range?

OK, two questions; the first leads me to the second: if you have hundreds of magazines, do you keep enough ammunition to fill them multiple times?  

Don't get me wrong, I love the big collections and wish my own was anywhere near as large but for any defensive purpose, I prefer magazines that have been cycled at least a few times.
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Q #1:  Yes

Q #2:  I have a certain amount of mags loaded at all times for a SHTF scenario.  Then I have enough still wrapped in case I want to sell them when the next Democrat gets into office.  Then I have a stash that are to be used as replacements should my primary SHTF and range mags show wear/break.  Then I have a growing stash of mags that I plan to give to my kids when I'm gone.  So you can see why the # of mags "needed" grows pretty quickly.
Link Posted: 6/8/2017 8:58:34 PM EST
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Originally Posted By fullautoracing01:
Here's 0ver 250 brand new mags..

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Is your dog sticking out it's tongue b/c you don't spend any time with him and only play with your magazines?  
Link Posted: 7/18/2017 9:55:26 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Two-dogs:
Q #1:  Yes

Q #2:  I have a certain amount of mags loaded at all times for a SHTF scenario.  Then I have enough still wrapped in case I want to sell them when the next Democrat gets into office.  Then I have a stash that are to be used as replacements should my primary SHTF and range mags show wear/break.  Then I have a growing stash of mags that I plan to give to my kids when I'm gone.  So you can see why the # of mags "needed" grows pretty quickly.
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Originally Posted By Two-dogs:
Originally Posted By NEOKShooter:
Wonderful magazine collections, all of them.  I am a mag porn addict and love to come here to drool.  I just have one question, though; is a magazine still in the package, or otherwise unfired, a magazine or is it a potential magazine - sort of like potential energy - until it's proven on the range?

OK, two questions; the first leads me to the second: if you have hundreds of magazines, do you keep enough ammunition to fill them multiple times?  

Don't get me wrong, I love the big collections and wish my own was anywhere near as large but for any defensive purpose, I prefer magazines that have been cycled at least a few times.
Q #1:  Yes

Q #2:  I have a certain amount of mags loaded at all times for a SHTF scenario.  Then I have enough still wrapped in case I want to sell them when the next Democrat gets into office.  Then I have a stash that are to be used as replacements should my primary SHTF and range mags show wear/break.  Then I have a growing stash of mags that I plan to give to my kids when I'm gone.  So you can see why the # of mags "needed" grows pretty quickly.
I would like to add to this.  My feelings are to be like Sarah Connor.  Stack them deep for the resistance.  Money won't matter when you're gone.
Link Posted: 9/15/2017 3:28:57 PM EST
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I'm working on my collection
Link Posted: 9/17/2017 7:56:58 PM EST
Originally Posted By Shiff:
Put together a can (and carbine) for each of my kids.

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I have some cans that look almost like that. You can slide two more 30 rounders in the front then two 30 rounders and two straight 20 rounders on top for a total of 1,000 rounds in 32 30 and 2 20 round mags.

My OCD requires me to load cans this way
Link Posted: 10/18/2017 12:07:20 AM EST
I have some of those tall 20mm cans. I want to use some sort of heavy card stock or maybe thin sheets of closed cell around the perimeter and in between. Id like them to be tight so they dont bounce around inside. I do have some DynaMat foam, might try that. What do you guys recommend?
Link Posted: 10/18/2017 12:13:08 AM EST
I have several 20mm cans with GI mags stored in them.  Just shim the walls and floor with cardboard and you’ be gtg.  IIRC, there somewhere between 80 and 90 mags per can.
Link Posted: 11/12/2017 10:06:02 PM EST
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Originally Posted By SideSalad:
I have several 20mm cans with GI mags stored in them.  Just shim the walls and floor with cardboard and you’ be gtg.  IIRC, there somewhere between 80 and 90 mags per can.
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Yep - It IS 90 per 20mm Ammo Can...  if these were fully loaded mags, it WILL be too heavy to pick up by one person.

Instead, I use the 40mm grenade ammo cans, (PA120), to hold fully loaded 30rd mags.  These slightly smaller ammo cans hold about 36 mags standing vertically and can fit another 4 or so laid flat on top.

And for those of you who've been on this thread since it first began a few years ago...here's an update to my original stash pic from way back on page 4 of this thread.  Glad to be back.  Long story.

Anyways, I sold a few mags, followers, etc.  574 mags based on my latest inventory, only one of which is an untested 40rd mag.  The pic below is not my latest as the mags aren't all together.  Of the 574 mags, there's some 36 + 35 + 16 +2 = 89 mags that a fully loaded (30rd)...gotta get a pic of those since that's an easy one to take...maybe next week during Thanksgiving week.

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Link Posted: 11/20/2017 4:43:54 PM EST
My humble submission.



Link Posted: 11/25/2017 7:02:33 PM EST
This was my last box 'o mags.  Applicable discounts made this right over $8/mag shipped.



Link Posted: 11/29/2017 10:51:16 PM EST
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Originally Posted By WarLord31:

Yep - It IS 90 per 20mm Ammo Can...  if these were fully loaded mags, it WILL be too heavy to pick up by one person.

Instead, I use the 40mm grenade ammo cans, (PA120), to hold fully loaded 30rd mags.  These slightly smaller ammo cans hold about 36 mags standing vertically and can fit another 4 or so laid flat on top.

And for those of you who've been on this thread since it first began a few years ago...here's an update to my original stash pic from way back on page 4 of this thread.  Glad to be back.  Long story.

Anyways, I sold a few mags, followers, etc.  574 mags based on my latest inventory, only one of which is an untested 40rd mag.  The pic below is not my latest as the mags aren't all together.  Of the 574 mags, there's some 36 + 35 + 16 +2 = 89 mags that a fully loaded (30rd)...gotta get a pic of those since that's an easy one to take...maybe next week during Thanksgiving week.

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Have you inspected those Cprod. mags to see how the springs have held up? Just about every old Cprod mag I've handled has had a rusty spring.

@WarLord31
Link Posted: 12/3/2017 5:11:24 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Shiff:
Have you inspected those Cprod. mags to see how the springs have held up? Just about every old Cprod mag I've handled has had a rusty spring.

@WarLord31
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Originally Posted By Shiff:
Originally Posted By WarLord31:

Yep - It IS 90 per 20mm Ammo Can...  if these were fully loaded mags, it WILL be too heavy to pick up by one person.

Instead, I use the 40mm grenade ammo cans, (PA120), to hold fully loaded 30rd mags.  These slightly smaller ammo cans hold about 36 mags standing vertically and can fit another 4 or so laid flat on top.

And for those of you who've been on this thread since it first began a few years ago...here's an update to my original stash pic from way back on page 4 of this thread.  Glad to be back.  Long story.

Anyways, I sold a few mags, followers, etc.  574 mags based on my latest inventory, only one of which is an untested 40rd mag.  The pic below is not my latest as the mags aren't all together.  Of the 574 mags, there's some 36 + 35 + 16 +2 = 89 mags that a fully loaded (30rd)...gotta get a pic of those since that's an easy one to take...maybe next week during Thanksgiving week.

https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/227802/Img_0134b_2017-361189.JPG
Have you inspected those Cprod. mags to see how the springs have held up? Just about every old Cprod mag I've handled has had a rusty spring.

@WarLord31
I haven't inspected them all because I obviously have no reason to use all 506 or so of my mags at any given time.

As I can afford ammo, gear (scope, buis, furniture, MOLLE vest & pouches, etc.) and parts to build out a complete rifle, I reserve 8-12 mags for that rifle.  To be honest, I've got some 90 mags fully loaded.  All but the two PMags are C-Products.  I store these loaded mags in 3 P120 ammo cans (aka, 40mm grenade cans) with two packs of dessicant, which have a humidity indicator.  I change the dessicant when the indicator goes above 30% (most likely absolute humidty vs relative humidity).

SO NO, I HAVEN'T HAD ONE RUSTED CPRODUCTS SPRING YET, NOT AFTER 7 YEARS.

I ALSO KNEW I WAS BUYING CHROME SILICON SPRINGS.  ANY CHROME SILICON SPRING WILL START TO SHOW RUST AFTER A WHILE.  Check the Archives: https://www.ar15.com/forums/ar-15/-/17-440852/

Now, I live in a very hot Gulf Coast humid part of Texas.  Even in winter we get high humidity because it fogs up outside every night.  I keep all ammo & mags in ammo cans w/dessicant bags EXCEPT for the PMAGS. (PMAGS have SS springs and they're always loaded, in 2 rifles I keep handy all the time.)

So remember that I've got some 500+ mags.  When I first got the C-products mags, some 600 of them, I got a ton of cheap steel-cased ammo and began testing every mag with at least 10-20rds, and the first 50 mags or so fully loaded to 30rds.  I cycled about 250 mags and stopped testing.  Believe it or not, 200+ all loaded rounds fine, dropped free and held the bolt open when empty, EXCEPT for a batch of some 20+ that all came from one case.  I had 5 cases of gray mags with CS springs, which the 200+ good mags that passed the cycle tests all came from.  I also bought a case of black mags w/CS springs - it apparently had the wrong CS springs in them.  I compared a few dozen springs between the gray and black mags.  Every black mag had slightly shorter and narrower springs, just barely narrower width & depth and missing 1/2 coil or so - I figured these springs must've been meant for steel mag versions, NOT aluminum mags.  As soon as i put some of the springs in the gray mags in the black ones, the 40-50 or so I cycle tested worked just good as the gray ones.

Now being C-products, there's a whole UGLY STUPID SAD story around them some 5-7 years ago.  ARFCOM is harsh to vendors and rightly so because we on ARFCOM stake our lives on these products and we expect them to deliver.  I haven't experienced the gray flaking off but the black ones are showing some issues.  Oh well. I was planning to Duracoat them or use a vinyl wrap. No big deal.  Overall, I'm happy and satisfied.  I bought them straight from the owners, AT $5 PER MAG in 2010 and $100 to ship all 6 cases.  Larry & Chad Panko did me right back then, and I have no remorse in the end, even by the time i discovered the bad/wrong springs.  They were out of the business by then and I wasn't going to ask for a fix from their new partner in Bradenton FL, NOT AT $5/mag.  I sold a case of gray mags w/followers & springs for $8 per mag some years ago to make a little $$ and replace the short springs, but I'm keeping the rest forever.

Don't get me wrong.  Some of you, MANY OF YOU, got a really raw deal on your CProducts. You're mad as hell at CProducts. I agree and I get it.  I'd be mad as hell too, but at $5 per mag, even when 100 of them had wrong springs, I somehow got a boatload of 500 left that I consider GTG.

All the mags got cleaned, dried, and then sprayed with a coat of CRC Molybdenum Spray, spring, inside the mag and sides of the follower and air dry a few days.  The empty mags (that I haven't loaded w/ammo for SHTF) then got packed inside a thick Mylar foiled bag (6 per bag) and "vacuum packed" with a small pack of dessicant and oxygen scavenger.  (I spec'd these materials if you want info.)  I don't remove all the air...the O2 scavenger takes out 21% and the dessicant any water vapor.  I pack 7 to 8  6-pack bags into a 20mm ammo can...so the pics in the previous posts are old hat now.  These get put away for long-term storage and are put in various locales (the 20mm ammo can) for caches I've arranged w/family around the country.  Those mags aren't going to corrode, rust...springs, whatever.
Link Posted: 12/23/2017 7:54:59 AM EST
Been a while since I posted to this thread... took a pic of most of my mags last night and made a little meme:

!!!WARNING!!! If you're OCD, this is going to trigger you like a Trump speech triggers a Bernie supporter!

Meme Pic:


Original Pic:


I haven't counted them lately... I know it's nothing compared to say, Warlord's collection... but I am slowly building it as I can.
Link Posted: 2/9/2018 10:54:06 PM EST
I have 3 five-round mags.  Hardly worth posting.
Link Posted: 2/18/2018 7:13:22 PM EST
Local shop put sand M3’s out for under $10each. I needed some new mags for work, and never found a deal I liked enough on Lancers, so I snagged some. Tried RIT dye and had horrible results, so they got kryloned today.

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Link Posted: 3/19/2018 7:58:48 PM EST
I'm currently stacking 7x30-round and 2x20-round PMAGs in a 30cal can, does anybody know if the 40-round PMAGs will fit lying flat in a .30cal ammo can? I'm thinking this might be slightly more efficient if I can just stack 7 of those in there.

I'm steering clear of the full 30-mag fat fifty can for now, because I'm built like a noodle and stocking 220-grain Blackout...that can would be HEAVY, haha.
Link Posted: 4/1/2018 12:33:15 AM EST
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Yes, they will.
Link Posted: 4/1/2018 12:56:32 AM EST
Let me check.....
Link Posted: 4/5/2018 7:23:03 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ZacSquatch:
Local shop put sand M3’s out for under $10each. I needed some new mags for work, and never found a deal I liked enough on Lancers, so I snagged some. Tried RIT dye and had horrible results, so they got kryloned today.

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Nice.
Link Posted: 5/3/2018 8:29:17 PM EST
Clearly I don’t have enough mags yet... here I am thinking give or take about 90 AR mags was a lot and people here talking about fitting that many in an ammo can

Best keep buying... but seriously, when I get asked why so many I just reply I remember trying to find mags at the end of the AWB
Link Posted: 9/13/2018 5:53:54 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ZacSquatch:
Local shop put sand M3’s out for under $10each. I needed some new mags for work, and never found a deal I liked enough on Lancers, so I snagged some. Tried RIT dye and had horrible results, so they got kryloned today.

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Nice work

I have 7 pmags, not my favorite

I have 24 USGI aluminum mags which I prefer

but now thanks to our VT state governor we can no longer buy mags greater than 10 rds after oct 1 2018
due to this it seems prices are crazy inflated so close to the cutoff deadline
Link Posted: 10/21/2018 5:16:30 PM EST
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My humble collection of AR mags.

67x 30s, 4x 40s, 1x 60, and 10x 10s will be in next week.
Link Posted: 10/29/2018 11:04:41 PM EST
I dug out my mags to count them last night.

AR:
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What you can't see because they're behind the black PMAGS are three oddball ones; a black PMAG40, a blue PMAG30, and a red PMAG30. All together, there are 203 30-rounders, 32 20-rounders, 1-40, and 2 D-60's - enough to load just shy of 7,000 rounds. That's for 6 rifles.

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There are 38 15-rnd, 27 17-rnd, 2 21-rnd, 15 31-rnd, and 11 33-rnd mags there - enough to load just shy of 2,000 rounds. That's for 5 Glocks, 3 P80's, and one AR9.

I obviously still need more mags and ammo.
Link Posted: 10/30/2018 10:54:33 AM EST
Nice collection you have going there!
Link Posted: 10/30/2018 4:50:13 PM EST
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I'm just glad my wife has no idea how much money is in those two pictures. LOL
Link Posted: 10/30/2018 5:43:48 PM EST
i have no clue how many mags i have but they are everywhere around the house, on pc, on belt, night stand, both safes, all ~30 of my ars have mags in them and a big ammo crate full as well. all are loaded cause unloaded mags are dumb
Link Posted: 10/30/2018 9:18:20 PM EST
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Originally Posted By SiVisPacem:
I dug out my mags to count them last night.

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Just curious, what are the red warning labels on the D60 covers? Is that something you added?
Link Posted: 10/30/2018 9:37:34 PM EST
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Originally Posted By 3ACR_Scout:
Just curious, what are the red warning labels on the D60 covers? Is that something you added?
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Originally Posted By SiVisPacem:
I dug out my mags to count them last night.

AR:
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Just curious, what are the red warning labels on the D60 covers? Is that something you added?
Those are factory labels. I can't remember what they say without digging them out, though.
Link Posted: 10/30/2018 10:00:41 PM EST
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Originally Posted By SiVisPacem:
Those are factory labels. I can't remember what they say without digging them out, though.
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Originally Posted By 3ACR_Scout:
Originally Posted By SiVisPacem:
I dug out my mags to count them last night.

AR:
https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/242045/mag_whore_1_jpg-721918.JPG
Just curious, what are the red warning labels on the D60 covers? Is that something you added?
Those are factory labels. I can't remember what they say without digging them out, though.
I think it's something about not trying to disassemble them while loaded or something.
Link Posted: 10/31/2018 9:25:03 PM EST
Interesting, I’m pretty sure that label wasn’t on my D60s when I bought them (within the first 6 months after they were released). Must be something they started doing later.
Link Posted: 10/31/2018 9:26:04 PM EST
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Crazy triple posting - not sure what happened there. My apologies.
Link Posted: 10/31/2018 9:46:17 PM EST
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Crazy triple posting - not sure what happened there. My apologies.
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Link Posted: 12/7/2018 9:11:42 PM EST
Wow. Nice collections in here. I’ve only got around 100 30 round pmags. I can’t believe some of you guys keep all of them loaded. I’ve had long time loaded mags misfeed too many times to play that game anymore.
Link Posted: 12/13/2018 2:22:18 PM EST
I'm doing some year-end inventory.  Looks like I've got about 300 magazines - pistol and rifle.  Almost half of those are AR15 magazines - mostly pmags and Lancers.  
Link Posted: 3/3/2019 12:02:50 PM EST
Not much compared to other collections I’ve seen in here, but I would say it’s a good start. Is this a respectable amount of mags for owning 3 AR’s?

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Is this a respectable amount of mags for owning 3 AR's?
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Not by mag whore standards, but you could definitely handle some serious shit if it rolled your way
Link Posted: 3/5/2019 2:35:32 PM EST
Part of my collection, Magpul as they have been packaged!

Link Posted: 3/27/2019 1:16:19 PM EST
so,
Generally speaking at $0.32/round, it's essentially a $20 bill for every loaded P-Mag.. (excluding the years around Sandy Hook when Pmags were $50/ea and Ammo was $0.65/round)
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Originally Posted By tapered-pin:
so,
Generally speaking at $0.32/round, it's essentially a $20 bill for every loaded P-Mag.. (excluding the years around Sandy Hook when Pmags were $50/ea and Ammo was $0.65/round)
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With the Federal rebates, its much cheaper.
Palmetto D&H at 6.99 per mag
Federal rebated 556 at $.25 (hell even the IMI at Midway last year or year before was a MUCH better way to go, stacked deep)
Im at $14.50 per loaded Mag.

Add a buck for Pmags.

ETA:
5Thermolds 20's
5ProMag Black 20's
10Cproducts Black 20's
5Cproducts Grey 20's
8Bushmaster Black 20's
5Cproducts Grey 30's
15Adventure Line Straaight 20's
5Troy Black 30's
2ASC Grey 10's
1Pmag FDE - BLANKS
10Center Industries Tan Follower NIW
25D&H (PSA Floorplates)
5D&H ( D&H Floorplates)
16Colt
1Okay Industries
6Center Industries Marked
31Center Industries Non-Marked
20Magpul Pmag FDE
5Lancer Opaque Black
5Lancer Opaque OD Green
10Magpul Pmag Black
195 Total.

Link Posted: 4/3/2019 10:29:24 PM EST
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Originally Posted By SouthernSlammed:
Part of my collection, Magpul as they have been packaged!

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the elusive windowed gi mag from magpul. That is very cool. I wish I would have bought a 100 of those.
Link Posted: 4/4/2019 5:22:43 AM EST
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Originally Posted By chevellemrwl:

5Thermolds 20's
5ProMag Black 20's
10Cproducts Black 20's
5Cproducts Grey 20's
8Bushmaster Black 20's
5Cproducts Grey 30's
15Adventure Line Straaight 20's
5Troy Black 30's
2ASC Grey 10's
1Pmag FDE - BLANKS
10Center Industries Tan Follower NIW
25D&H (PSA Floorplates)
5D&H ( D&H Floorplates)
16Colt
1Okay Industries
6Center Industries Marked
31Center Industries Non-Marked
20Magpul Pmag FDE
5Lancer Opaque Black
5Lancer Opaque OD Green
10Magpul Pmag Black
195 Total.
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that is a lot of variation there, too much for my comfort level. Back when I had magazines (boating accident), there were about 6 different categories across all pistols/rifles.
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Originally Posted By N1150x:
the elusive windowed gi mag from magpul. That is very cool. I wish I would have bought a 100 of those.
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It is!
That would be awesome to have a box of 100!!
Link Posted: 4/7/2019 12:43:46 PM EST
You should see all the pictures of all magazine bought by those behind the Tofu Curtain in the People's Republic of Kaiforniastan during the past week.  
The Federal court ruling and subsequent stay for a week late allowed, for the first time in almost 25 years to buy new production "hi-cap/large cap" magazines.

Several folks have stated on the Calguns forum of spending over $3000 on standard cap magazine for guns they own or may buy in the future.
Link Posted: 4/23/2019 8:36:24 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ZacSquatch:
Local shop put sand M3’s out for under $10each. I needed some new mags for work, and never found a deal I liked enough on Lancers, so I snagged some. Tried RIT dye and had horrible results, so they got kryloned today.

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AGP Saiga 12 mag in the mix huh?
Link Posted: 7/20/2019 2:25:08 AM EST
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Had one to fuck around with in our issued M26 shotguns but gave it to my cuz.
Link Posted: 7/21/2019 11:30:54 PM EST
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Originally Posted By SouthernSlammed:
Part of my collection, Magpul as they have been packaged!

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That packaging over the years is pretty cool.
Link Posted: 7/28/2019 11:05:07 AM EST
So here’s a question for all the mag hoarders; leaving them loaded? I’m not worried about the spring as much as I am the feed lips/spine. I’ve got mostly magpul m2 and m3. Any damages leaving loaded for long time? Talking years. I’ve got a lot of mags with duty ammo loaded that will never be fired like my mags with fmj ammo.
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