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Pre Ban 20 round AR mags FS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by XP100, Aug 5, 2011.

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  1. XP100

    XP100 Well-Known Member

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    Several pre ban 20 round AR magazines for the states that still have the BS high capacity rule. 25.00 each + shipping.
     
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    I don't know about other states, but those are illegal in CA. Only the original purchaser, if they were bought before the ban, can continue to own them. In CA it is illegal to import, modify or purchase a magazine that can hold more than 10 rounds.
     
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    It is indeed. When confronted with an unjust law, nullification is one option. Civil disobedience to unjust or irrational law goes way back in this republic.
     
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    They are legal in NY if manufactured before Sept, 12 1994 even in a New gun. No Magazine made after that date with a capacity of more than 10 rounds is legal. Old mags were grandfathered in.
     
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    Not legal in NJ no matter when they where made.

    15 round capacity only. LEO's and Military can have 30 but only when on the job. Retire and you must turn in your 30's.

    behind the lines here in the peoples republic of New Jersey
     
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    DO YOU KNOW WHO MAKES THEM AND WHAT THERE MADE OF ? THANK JOE
     
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    All are steel. NO poly or plastic. Some are Colt stamped, Some Adventure and some are Marked M16.M16/A1. I will check the mauufacturer later today.
     
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    that's a lot of money for a 20 round mag. check ar15.com you will find more than you can handle for $5-15 range. even stainless steel (cproducts) oz
     
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    Are those $5to15.00 mags made before 1994?
     
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    Are there manufacturing dates stamped on your mags?
     
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    NO, dates but Colt mags have not been made since 1974. Others not made after 78 or 79.
     
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