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I have AR-15 type and AK-47 type INTRAFUSE by Tapco, for those with an interest.


These magazines are very tough and have a lifetime warranty. A 150 lb. man can stand on the side of one without damaging the housing, and these don't get dented or rusty like sheet metal.





Please email with a phone to discuss, since P.M. does not always show through to my email in a timely fashion.


Thank you for looking.


Kirby


AR-15 .223/5.56mm

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AK-47 7.62 x 39mm

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I do not have any other AR/AK type magazines of different capacity, for now.

Those that have followed my sales before know that I have been raising money for a friend's Widow by helping find new owners for his collection of mainly single shot rifles, along with a few shotguns, barrels, and specialty items.


I prefer to make everyone have a decent deal, and think that buyers would like to not make a Widow take the short end of the stick, or have some take advantage of things just to re-sell them immediately (some had wanted to buy rifles below wholesale, but take them all, to "help" her) but fire sale situation was not realistic.


Thank you all for looking. I and the Widow both appreciate those that have been able to help in the disposal or purchase of items.


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I did want to make note of the fact that I appreciate all efforts that have been made to assist in disposing of the collection from the Widow of a truly long-time acquaintance, customer, and (ultimately) friend and confidante.

The various rifles that will need to be checked and made ready for sale include an eclectic mix of a few remaining Brownings (B-78/1885) and some few newer/modern rifles, a Magnum 12 ga. and pre-war 16 ga. Browning A-5 and some misc. A-5 barrels, some older single shot rifles that have various monikers like Maynard, Stevens, a real Winchester antique 1885, a new Uberti single in 38-40 (last time I looked, retailing for over $1300 but no longer available in that caliber, I think)).


There is a Krag Carbine that does not look to be a rifle that was converted, but I need more info. to verify if that was so, since the date on the frame is not what was typical for Carbine arsenal conversions.


That is a minor sampling of what I can recall.


Other details need to be gathered while I am trying to get through the backlog of work that always seems to be present. All those interested, please remain patient while I do what I can to be thorough, rather than rushed.


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I do not have any .308 or other caliber mags of note, but did happen to get a set of Mini-30 7.62 X 39 magazines - evidently something left over from an estate.


One is the original 5 round Ruger marked mag., one Eagle clear 15 round mag with a slight crack needing some epoxy (or ?), and a 30 round USA brand metal magazine with some metal added to the latch lug to try to fit to another (or looser) latch dimension.


I will either do the epoxy and latch lip refit or allow a buyer of the set to do their own work, if the chance to optimize the fit is of interest.


That's it for magazines that are not what was listed (the AR and AK new ones).


Kirby


If you have a chance, read the articles on the website to find out what information about chokes and shotgun barrels that has not been disclosed to the average shooter before. There are also plenty of article-worthy details and pictures contained in my previous postings here, so have at them.
 
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