U notch G19 magazines

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by JJPLaw, Feb 23, 2013.


  1. I have heard of these magazines selling as high as $100/each. I have some from the early 90's that are essentially brand new. Any ideas how much to ask if I sell them? As well, are there any restrictions on where they can be mailed? Thanks in advance.
     

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  3. cadillacguns

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    Cannot be sold or sent to people in restricted states.
     

  4. They may be of some value to a collector. Are they metal lined or non metal?
     
    #3 Firecop203, Mar 31, 2013
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2013
  5. BamaTrooper

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    Until recently, I think NY allowed the old pre 94 ban mags to be purchased. Not sure though.
     
  6. SamJ

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    Massachusetts residents such as myself would be thrilled to buy them. I am not sure of pricing at this time, although I know you could easily get at least $50 each for them. MA residents can purchase them as long as they predate the 1994 AWB.
     
  7. samurairabbi

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    That three figure price statement is probably from the 1994-2004 era.
     
  8. A friend told me that he recently saw some sell for $75 each. I have a couple u notch and a few newer but, Pre-94 ones. Not sure if I should hold onto them or sell. They are essentially new - not even loaded. Thoughts?
     
  9. SamJ

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    If you own a gun uses them or expect to own one, I would hold on to them, especially if you live in ban state. If you do decide to sell them, I would think they would be easy to sell, even at $75 to a person in ban state such as MA.
     
    #8 SamJ, Apr 4, 2013
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  10. Thanks Sam. I'm not in a ban state but, I suppose you never know where one moves.
     

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