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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 11/11/2002 7:06:54 PM EST
It is probably the sweetest pistol made, I love mine, but I'd really like some high capacity magazines for it. Do they make any?

Other than Volquartsen are there any other companies for spare parts and accessories?
Link Posted: 11/11/2002 9:18:33 PM EST
I saw one 18 round mag for a MKII. It was two 10 round mags welded together.
I don't know how it was held up into the mag well.
Can't make one nowadays anyways.

Do what I did and buy 30 mags.

Link Posted: 11/12/2002 2:04:05 AM EST
Remembered seeing this earlier this morning. I know nothing about the seller.

Link Posted: 11/12/2002 9:42:09 AM EST

I've seen some 15 rd mags at the gun show, but didn't pay a lot of attention to them, as I don't use (or need) high caps to plink with.

They were selling for around $30 a piece, though.


Link Posted: 11/13/2002 4:46:04 AM EST
Well Rambo,, the gun was a 10 round gun in the 1940's, it never was a pre-ban hi-cap ever. I have had three over the last 20 years and have 5 or 6 mags. Why hi-cap a gun that has the slowest style of mag release ever made??? Maybe a faster reload would help.
Link Posted: 11/13/2002 6:20:23 AM EST

Well Rambo,, the gun was a 10 round gun in the 1940's

Nine (9) round. The original .22 Auto Pistol and Mark I were both nine rounders from 1949 to 1982. The Mark II began employing a ten round magazine of slightly different design when it debuted in 1982. There's really not much that can be done to increase the magazine capacity of a pistol that has its latch on the base, save for using a follower of a different design.
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