Posted: 6/10/2002 5:17:09 AM EST
I bought a few mags at an online auction. They were a very good deal. After they arrived, I contacted the seller and asked if he had any other mags he wanted to get rid of. He replied that he had a bunch of new LEO 30 rounders. He had previously sold them on (insert your favorite online auction site here), but they changed their rules about LEO stuff, so he can't anymore.
I would love to get my next door neighbor to buy them legally and "lend" them to me.... lol
But I can buy them for $15 each. Paypal, please.....
I think I'll pass.......
Sounds too much like the SGN DIAS....
Pasing sounds like a smart move to me. If these were rare or usually grossly expensive mags, I might understad being tempted, but at $15 it just isn't worth the risk of being zapped,when legal prebans will only cost $5-$10 apiece more. Keep up the smart thinking.
That still seems a little pricey. I can get LEO 30's NIW for $12.95 out of Kaliforniastan.
Im sure the ATF will show up shortly after your
The last time I purchased LEO mags I only paid $10 each and they were NIW.
I would avoid them unless you are a LEO.
As a regular joe, I would not touch postban mags with a 10' pole. To risky in my book. Good call on your part.
With Pre-bans so plentiful, why risk it. LE/Military mags here in Pa are about 6.95-7.49 for NEW 30 round O-Kay and Adventure Line mags.
Just 1dering... Does any1 have the handle "prison_bitch" yet?
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