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Old 06-20-2012, 07:15 AM   #1
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I have two firearms that are hard to find clips for, a Star PD model .45 and a Stallard Arms 9MM. Has anyone ever heard of clips for other firearms that will work with these firearms? Or if there is a place offering clips, at reasonable prices, for obscure firearms I would appreciate a link. Thank you!

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Old 06-20-2012, 07:21 AM   #2
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Whats a clip? My little sister puts those in her hair, is that what you mean? Have you checked buds? Or cheaper than dirt? Sometimes they have stuff like that. Sorry i cant help much. You should get better answers in the morning

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mags not clips

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Note to OP:
Using the term "clip" interchangeably with "magazine" is an indication of your inexperience with firearms.

Some handguns do use a clip (think Broomhandle), while most use a magazine.
You can use a clip to feed a magazine (think M-16 stripper clips), but you can't use a magazine to feed a clip.

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Don't take offense OP, correct teminology is very important to gun owners. Not only technically, mechanically but also politically. I.E. "assault weapon"...

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Nice! I've also wondered if Star PD mags were available anywhere. Doubt I'd buy any, my PD is pretty much a safe queen now but I carried it a fair amount back in the '80s and '90s.
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You are all correct, I misstated what I was looking for. I apologize for the mistake and acknowledge that I should have known better. We are all only human and none of us are perfect, least of all me, but when we get in a hurry or are tired we do make mistakes. I will try to keep future posts error free, but can't promise that future errors may not occur due to being too darn tired to think straight or whatever.

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You are all correct, I misstated what I was looking for. I apologize for the mistake and acknowledge that I should have known better. We are all only human and none of us are perfect, least of all me, but when we get in a hurry or are tired we do make mistakes. I will try to keep future posts error free, but can't promise that future errors may not occur due to being too darn tired to think straight or whatever.
No apologies needed. We new what you meant.

I hope you got the info you needed.
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You are all correct, I misstated what I was looking for. I apologize for the mistake and acknowledge that I should have known better. We are all only human and none of us are perfect, least of all me, but when we get in a hurry or are tired we do make mistakes. I will try to keep future posts error free, but can't promise that future errors may not occur due to being too darn tired to think straight or whatever.
Clips/magazines who cares!! We know what you meant. Was anybody hurt by that word? Just rub some dirt on it and you will be OK!!
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