I have a large selection of pre-ban factory Ruger magazines for sale. Many are brand new, either in the commercial blister pack or in factory marked cardboard boxes. I personally have never seen these available in the cardboard boxes before now. I don't know why they were packaged like this, law enforcement maybe? As you can see from my pics, even many of the "used" mags still have the factory warning label attached and appear to be unused with no wear on the bluing. They have all been stored in plastic bags inside an airtight ammo can for several years.
These are P-15
mags for Ruger pistols and carbines. What's the difference between the P-15 and P-18 mags you ask? Well this is the label on the boxes:
P-15 9mm Magazine for P85, P85MKII & P89-SN 304-69999 and below (15 shot capacity)
P-18 9mm Magazine for P-89-SN 304-70000 and above, P93 & P94 (15 shot capacity)
The only real difference between the two styles is the shape of the mag catch hole and the position of the capacity holes. The P-18 mags have a rectangular mag catch hole and the capacity holes are on the rear of the mag.
The P-15 mags have a half round section at the bottom of the mag catch hole and the capacity holes are on the sides.
All are PRE-BAN, manufactured before Sept. 13, 1994.
SIX (6) P-18 mags still in the blister packs - polymer floorplates. Sold pending funds. TEN (10) P-15 mags in the factory cardboard boxes. Only one of these boxes has been opened for inspection and pictures. It has a polymer floorplate. THREE (3) P-18 mags in the factory cardboard boxes. None have been opened. Sold pending funds. EIGHTEEN (18) P-18 mags, used but in fantastic condition, low profile steel floorplates. THIRTEEN (13) EIGHT (8) left
P-18 mags, "used". All but two have the warning label still glued to the side. Polymer floorplates.
This is a total of fifty mags, well taken care of, most in 90% or better shape, many NIB. Over the years the price of these has been rising significantly.
I'm prepared to take a loss, and need to sell this as soon as possible. Therefore I will pay for the shipping on any quantity.
Price for each individual mag is $30, no shipping.
Buy more than 10 at a time and not only will I pay shipping to you but I'll also drop the price by $2 per mag that you order.
If they don't sell by the end of the week I'm plan to put them up on gunbroker, where even used factory P95 mags are consistently selling for $32 or more plus shipping.
Email me at email@example.com to confirm. I'll only take cash, money order or certified check. Sorry, no PayPal on this one.
These pictures pretty much say it all.