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Glock 10 round magazine trade offer for Cali residents

Discussion in 'California Glockers' started by DrMarc, Nov 11, 2007.

  1. DrMarc

    DrMarc Mountaineer

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    Jan 9, 2007
    Charlotte, NC
    If you live in a state with mag restrictions this trade offer goes out to you.

    I have three Glock 22 and one Glock 21, 10 round mags that I would like to trade for your high capacity magazines.

    Anyone out there interested?

    You can also email me at: drmccartney@comporium.net
     
  2. Rawny

    Rawny Cheshire Dawg

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    Jul 18, 2003
    San Hozay, KA
    Let me get this straight. You want to give us "amnesty" by trading our old standard caps with your newer 10rders. Is that correct?
     


  3. sourcehill

    sourcehill

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    Aug 30, 2005
    Massachusetts
    This would be a good deal for someone in a ban state that owns some illegal, post-ban high caps that they want to get rid of.
     
  4. TallCanTactical

    TallCanTactical

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    Jun 5, 2007
    So. Cal.
    In response to the OP, good luck with your trade sir!!! As for me, I figure having 10 loaded 10 rounders is kinda like having 5 loaded standard/high caps.... kinda... sorta... in a dreamy kinda way. :)
     
  5. MOTHERGREEN

    MOTHERGREEN

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    Jan 2, 2005
    for those of us who have them.. yous must be crazy to think were giving them up I'll take them 10 rounders from you free of charge though... I'll shoot at them at the range.
     
  6. Powersauce

    Powersauce

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    May 21, 2007
    Bay Area - PRK
    LOL

    We can legally own standard capacity mags.
    I'm too lazy to explain...