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insin
07-02-2012, 8:12 PM
Hello,
Where is the cheapest places for those of us here in Cali to buy mag rebuild kits? 44mag has a lot of options, but they charge about $1.5 per mag to disassemble i think.

I am looking for AR and Glock 23 rebuilds.

Thank you

killathrilla
07-02-2012, 8:17 PM
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tonyxcom
07-02-2012, 8:29 PM
Joeboboutfitters.com for PMAGS

Use "calguns" for 5% off. Order over $90 and get free shipping.

Exile Machine
07-02-2012, 8:47 PM
We've got PMAGs for $11.99 (https://www.exilemachine.net/shop/search/results.html?search_in_description=1&keyword=MAG211&x=0&y=0). No coupon code needed, and we never charge a disassembly fee. We have well over 1000 different models of magazines on our online store and most can be disassembled for CA compliance. Also the proceeds from the sales on our store go toward development and manufacture of CA compliance devices.

roushstage2
07-02-2012, 9:07 PM
Exile Machine ;)
I need to place an order too come to think of it.

h0use
07-02-2012, 9:08 PM
+1 for exilemachine

wendys
07-02-2012, 9:09 PM
We've got PMAGs for $11.99 (https://www.exilemachine.net/shop/search/results.html?search_in_description=1&keyword=MAG211&x=0&y=0). No coupon code needed, and we never charge a disassembly fee. We have well over 1000 different models of magazines on our online store and most can be disassembled for CA compliance. Also the proceeds from the sales on our store go toward development and manufacture of CA compliance devices.


The PMAG that is 11.99 says it is a 30 round mag. Is that correct or is it already blocked to 10 rounds?

Just kidding. Just read this
"Yes, we gladly ship to California customers!
California customers: If you purchase magazines which hold more than 10 rounds, we will automatically disassemble them into 100% legal repair/rebuild kits for compliance with CA law. We do not charge extra for this service. Your invoice will state that you are receiving disassembled repair/rebuild kits. Note that a few types of magazines are welded shut and can not be disassembled. If you are a California Law Enforcement Officer we can ship them assembled, just email us a copy of your department ID. "

Exile Machine
07-02-2012, 9:10 PM
The PMAG that is 11.99 says it is a 30 round mag. Is that correct or is it already blocked to 10 rounds?

It's a Rebuild kit. 30 rounds. We have magblocks (https://www.exilemachine.net/shop/magblock-magazine-block-10-30-pmag-287.html) if you want to block 'em to 10 rounds.

wendys
07-02-2012, 9:14 PM
It's a Rebuild kit. 30 rounds. We have magblocks (https://www.exilemachine.net/shop/magblock-magazine-block-10-30-pmag-287.html) if you want to block 'em to 10 rounds.

So when a California customer buys a 30 round magazine. You guys disassemble and ship them all the parts. Then the customer is supposed to purchase the magblock separately in order to rebuild the magazine into a 10 round kit correct?

Exile Machine
07-02-2012, 9:18 PM
So when a California customer buys a 30 round magazine. You guys disassemble and ship them all the parts. Then the customer is supposed to purchase the magblock separately in order to rebuild the magazine into a 10 round kit correct?

You could do that. But most of our customers purchase the magblock at the exact same time as they order the rebuild kit. Saves on shipping charges... :43:

But yeah if you want to make your own 10/30 on the cheap, that's a good way to go.

There are other uses for rebuild kits besides blocking them. You can use them to repair or rebuild your old legally-owned mags. You can keep them disassembled for your shooting trips to a free state. You can keep them in deep storage until that future happy day when all gun control laws are stricken down.

wendys
07-02-2012, 9:23 PM
You could do that. But most of our customers purchase the magblock at the exact same time as they order the rebuild kit. Saves on shipping charges... :43:

But yeah if you want to make your own 10/30 on the cheap, that's a good way to go.

There are other uses for rebuild kits besides blocking them. You can use them to repair or rebuild your old legally-owned mags. You can keep them disassembled for your shooting trips to a free state. You can keep them in deep storage until that future happy day when all gun control laws are stricken down.


Yea, what I meant was the magblock needs to be purchased as well, it is not included when a California customer purchases the 30 round mag. but I understand now, thanks!.
California Customers get jipped it seems because of the 10/30 and 10/20 mags require work. and it seems like they never go on sale! even when the regular 30 round PMAGS go on sale for all those other lucky citizens outside CA. WE still gotta pay the same price!

insin
07-02-2012, 9:33 PM
We've got PMAGs for $11.99 (https://www.exilemachine.net/shop/search/results.html?search_in_description=1&keyword=MAG211&x=0&y=0). No coupon code needed, and we never charge a disassembly fee. We have well over 1000 different models of magazines on our online store and most can be disassembled for CA compliance. Also the proceeds from the sales on our store go toward development and manufacture of CA compliance devices.

It looks like you guys have some pretty good stuff/prices. I expect to place an order with you soon. Thanks

BlueSun
07-02-2012, 11:50 PM
Exile Machine, do you have a heads up as to when you'll have the new PMAGs available?

http://store.magpul.com/product/MAG556/2

I'd like to order PMAGs now, but if the new one's were to come out in the next month or so I would rather wait for them.

Exile Machine
07-03-2012, 7:54 AM
Exile Machine, do you have a heads up as to when you'll have the new PMAGs available?

http://store.magpul.com/product/MAG556/2

I'd like to order PMAGs now, but if the new one's were to come out in the next month or so I would rather wait for them.

We never get a heads up on new products, but when they do become available they will show up on our store automatically within minutes.