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Posted: 7/10/2001 1:58:10 PM EST
I just ordered a few mags to check the quality. I was told they were new, unissiued, and still in the wrap with no modifications. If they are how they say they are I will go ahead and order a shit load. I just want to make sure there is enough intrest before ordering. If anyone is in the market e-mail me at BrianCav@AOL.com. Price would be between $4 and $5, plus shipping at real cost depending on how many I order, and how many you want. E-mail me if you are interested. -bc
Link Posted: 7/10/2001 4:21:19 PM EST
Wow, if only AR mags were that cheap. Someone answer me this: How can these mags be so cheap and plentiful? Aren't all mags under the import ban and manufacture ban? Were these made before the cutoff in 1994? What am I missing?
Link Posted: 7/10/2001 4:26:32 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/11/2001 12:08:59 AM EST
Form 6 Imports legal for all mags made before 1994. This is the impetus for the recent interest by the other side to stop imports of legal mags with new legislation. FN mags, AK mags were so plentiful prior to 1994 that they're prices are still depressed because of the excess and governments selling off surplus ( AK-74's have been around for a long time- 1974[;)]). Have heard that this was also the reason for new Glock hi-cap mags to have the infamous (Not for sale in US) mark because of the market importing large quantities of mags not marked with the resticted sales stamp from overseas. On a wish, wouldn't it be great if a huge quantities could be imported from say South Korea, Israel or some other foreign government using rifles fed with M-16 mags. How I miss the pre-1994 days. Here's to hoping the 94 bill sunsets.[<]:)]
Link Posted: 7/11/2001 3:17:41 AM EST
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