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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Glockdude1, Nov 26, 2011.
I would not worry about it.
No worries mate. Load it up and use it.
That's what I was thinking. Since it has a production date on it. That would show it was a pre whatever they decide to do magazine.
You should be alright as long as you don't live of take the magazine to NY, NJ, CA, IL, DC, MD and a few other gun angry States.
BTW we don't like the word clip here either when referring to Glocks.
Sorry for using that four letter word. Will try and watch myself.
Yeah, Mz Feinstein seems to want to call any pistol that -could- have a magazine that extends outside the grip an "assault weapon"
I have a brand new 33rd "Restricted" 9mm mag. Never been inside a gun, never been fired. I can post pics when I get home, if anyone wishes.
NOW I noticed the top magazine in your picture.
I do not have any mags stamped like that, ARs either.
That's pretty cool and now I need one!
That is the first time I have seen one of those mags myself, good find. Nice work on the lettering to.
I have a few of the LE/GOV ONLY mags. Also my G22 has SUMPTER POLICE DEPARTMENT engraved on the slide. No I'm not a LEO.
That last gun ban was a bad joke. People would bring brand new mags in from Europe that didn't have any of that restricted wording on them and use them like money.