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agoetz2005 06-20-2009 12:23 AM

Millitary BAR Magazines. Any Use?
 
I have a case. Probably close to 50 Browning BAR magazines I need to get rid of, and I am wondering what the best place is to try.

These are not marked in any way. Parkerized the standard dark gray and still in the red cellophane with cosmoline on them. I threw some Simple Green on one for a good photo.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...2r/BARMAGS.jpg

c3shooter 06-20-2009 04:18 PM

Well, there are some sites like subguns.com that specialize in full auto type guns- and they have classified ads to sell stuff.

The two LARGEST on-line gun acution sites are gunbroker.com, and auctionarms.com They permit you to register, put together an ad, insert photos, and sell stuff in general. They get a small percentage of the sale.

The other way would be to search for some of the WWII re-enactor groups. It gets REAL hard to find some things that they have to round out their equipment.

WILDCATT 06-20-2009 05:20 PM

bar mag
 
look up "SMALL ARMS REVIEW" they are the MG magazine and they would be interested.

anm2_man 06-28-2009 08:36 PM

Don't forget the Strum board -> Sturmgewehr Assault Rifle and NFA Forums - On the New Server You could put them in parts and accessories.

I would search both Subguns & Strum to see if anybody else has been selling then it could give you a price range. If I had a BAR, I would make you and offer.


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