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Tweak338
09-01-2006, 1:31 AM
so i found this on ebay... can i buy them>?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=003&item=130020880060&rd=1&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWA%3AIT&rd=1

if so... there mine! dont buy them before me :D

Tweak338
09-01-2006, 1:46 AM
nevermind... someone bought them... bah

The SoCal Gunner
09-01-2006, 2:05 AM
Maybe someone bought them because you posted it.

ArmedWolf
09-01-2006, 2:12 AM
totaly thought the same lmao

The SoCal Gunner
09-01-2006, 2:32 AM
I would have bought them if I saw them earlier.

ArmedWolf
09-01-2006, 2:49 AM
oh well, no need for anyone to feel at loss, I'm still just with one bare partless Stag lower, its just a fetus...

well, those with no lowers are to feel at loss I guess...

kantstudien
09-01-2006, 3:00 AM
Sure, they are ten rounders right? No problem. :)

Stanze
09-01-2006, 3:11 AM
They hold "10 rounds" per ebay's auction and listing policy, but unless those are C-Products 10 round mags that look like 30 round mags, that is a incorrect auction description for 30 round Colt mags done to prevent the auction from being pulled, even in Free America you cannot auction over 10 round mags officially on ebay per their policy. Actually, most firearm related auctions get pulled regardless. And, the whole Paypal policy on guns...

adamsreeftank
09-01-2006, 4:32 AM
Boy, That's an arrest waiting to happen.

The SoCal Gunner
09-01-2006, 5:38 AM
They hold "10 rounds" per ebay's auction and listing policy, but unless those are C-Products 10 round mags that look like 30 round mags, that is a incorrect auction description for 30 round Colt mags done to prevent the auction from being pulled, even in Free America you cannot auction over 10 round mags officially on ebay per their policy. Actually, most firearm related auctions get pulled regardless. And, the whole Paypal policy on guns...

hmm... I was wondering who in the right mind, living out of CA, would pin their mags to only accept 10 rnds. I saw other mags that looked like 30rnders stated to hold only 10 rnds with the description stating that seller would not ship to certain states. States who have a ban on hi-caps.

Now I wonder if those are actually 30rnders.

SemiAutoSam
09-01-2006, 7:27 AM
Ebay sellers in the past have sold 20 and 30 round mags and stated that their model # is 20 or 30 and that they hold 10 rounds.

im not sure as I saw this happening a few years ago when I was looking for 10 round colt mags. I never found any 10 round mags onebay and once I did find a 10 round colt mag I realised that it was junk.

not enough spring pressure it didnt feed correctly.

ETD1010
09-01-2006, 8:41 AM
hmm... I was wondering who in the right mind, living out of CA, would pin their mags to only accept 10 rnds. I saw other mags that looked like 30rnders stated to hold only 10 rnds with the description stating that seller would not ship to certain states. States who have a ban on hi-caps.

Now I wonder if those are actually 30rnders.

I don't know who makes them, but I've seen 10 rounders that look like 30 rounders, just to hold that look. They have a plate welded on the inside to limit them to 10.

SemiAutoSam
09-01-2006, 8:48 AM
C products made those 10 round mags that look like 20's and 30's brought into the PRC by Metroshot in San Fernando Ca

Sellers on Ebay didnt really care who they sold to as if a buyer from california received the mags their the ones in violation not the seller.

Sellers with a store have alot more to risk as they are the ones that will receive the threating letters from California doj.

ocabj
09-01-2006, 8:48 AM
It's just a way to get around the eBay terms of use policy. People tend to sell greater than 10 round capacity magazines (which eBay tries to delete) on eBay and call them 10 round magazines, yet post a picture of a magazine that is obviously greater than 10 rounds. I've seen lots of Glock magazine listings where it's advertised as 10 round mags, but then there's a picture of the back of the magazine where you can clearly see the number of holes (for the round count indicators) and the numbers are just blurred out enough to not arouse suspicion from the moderators who know nothing about firearms.

EBWhite
09-01-2006, 10:07 AM
If you were to purchase these any where were over 10rds, you are off the hook if you were to ever get caught for that. You purchased 10rd magazines, as advertised....

SemiAutoSam
09-01-2006, 10:32 AM
Also keep in mind this selling 30 round mags only matters in the PRC or any other state that has similar draconian laws like california.