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Posted: 5/14/2001 2:16:21 PM EDT
arent they supposed to be marked "LEO or Millitary use only" if they were made after the ban? because i found some that have the date stamped on them but not the warning. i wondering about those. it seems odd to me that they wouldnt be stamped. also are the mags just like the other "evil" things, flash hider, bayo lugg, folding stock, that you can own them as long as you dont own a post-ban rifle that they will work on? or are all mags made after the ban restricted? beecouse $12 for NIW mags is a good deal. if they have a "post ban" date and the "warning" stamped on them, that makes em restricted right? but what about date only? i dont want to make a mistake and get mags that i will be aressted over. also can someone post a link to further info about the mag ban? thanks DB
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 2:26:36 PM EDT
even if its not marked LEO/gov/export only IF the date stamped on it is post 94 you cant own/ posses it unless your excempt from that law it doesnt even matter if you dont even own the firearm for the mag u are still in a world of SH*T if they start to care some day
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 4:20:16 PM EDT
thats what i thought. thanks for the heads up. but damn....$12 NIW. sad really. oh and get this i went to an Army Surplus store over the weekend and there was a crate with 75+ USGI mags for sale in it. they wanted $39 each!!!! lame eh? thanks DB
Link Posted: 5/14/2001 4:50:44 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/18/2001 2:05:27 AM EDT
Sadly enough, BATF considers posession of a post ban high capacity magazine "posession of a class five destructive device". In their eyes, it is just as bad as posessing a bomb.
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