Mini 14 factory mags $9.99!!

Discussion in 'Mini-14 Forum' started by tri70, Aug 30, 2013.

  1. bwraven

    bwraven New Member

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    Not factory magazines.
     

  2. tri70

    tri70 New Member

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    I will have to call and verify.
     
  3. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    That'd be a crazy price.
     
  4. howellgunworks

    howellgunworks New Member

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    Have to be after market.....none of the photos show the floor plate which pretty much says it all....if they were factory id buy all they'd allow....
     
  5. hawkguy

    hawkguy Well-Known Member

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    factory mags, both 20 and 30....are slightly curved, and the floor plate mentioned.....makes me agree with the others, based on the pic, they are likely not factory.

    its a great price though...even on an after market mag.....give that call tri, and let us know....but if the pic is what they are...i don't think they're factory. be interested to know what they are....:confused:
     
  6. hawkguy

    hawkguy Well-Known Member

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    $20 is the best price i have even seen on a new factory mini mag...but at one time, it wasn't all that uncommon to see them at that price.
     
  7. therewolf

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    Yanno, a sling, maybe a bipod, even ammo, over the net, YES.

    I want to see any mag before I buy, especially for a mini.

    Case in point: I have 6 mags I recently got with a used mini,

    in a box in my bedroom I wouldn't sell you for 2$, because

    they're sh!t, and I have to sleep at night. They are headed for

    the scrap pile.

    Ruger mags are tough. Even with the 22LRs, you want Ruger

    brand.

    Needless to say, I've been burned a couple times...
     
  8. tri70

    tri70 New Member

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    I ordered 3 and the Korean 100 rd drum mag.
     
  9. therewolf

    therewolf New Member

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    Well, these days shipping is pretty quick.

    Like they say"Trouble rides a fast horse."...:cool:
     
  10. howellgunworks

    howellgunworks New Member

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    Give us an update when you use them and how they functioned. If they work good then you got a great deal... but if they don't, please let us know. Don't be ashamed or mad if they turn out to be Junkers. You'd be joining a long list, yours truly included who bought crap Ruger mini after market mags......anyone remember USA brand mags? Had to be the biggest junkers ever...so bad that I was mad that they used the name USA.....they made a ton of money selling mags right at the time of the 1994 AWB.....to bad they hardly ever functioned properly.
     
  11. ratpacker

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    I trusted to .... order of 3 ... 30 rd'ers; they had one.(1)
    I re -did my request , info and order.... looked like a green light. Today no mags,no tracking #, no go , not getting them. Discontinued.
     
  12. tri70

    tri70 New Member

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    My order came in today! It was as Promag 20 rd which is good because I have several of them and they work for me.
     

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  13. tri70

    tri70 New Member

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    Here is the kit.
     

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  14. bigjim

    bigjim New Member

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    That's what they looked like in the ad. (Pro Mags).

    Let us know how the 100 rounder works out.


    Thanks
    Jim
     
  15. bwraven

    bwraven New Member

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    Sorry, but no, they don't. The mags in the ad have a straight body, ProMag 20's are curved. ProMag 10's are straight, but not nearly as long.
     
  16. ratpacker

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    I might try again someday with Centerfire Systems, doubtfull tho.
    We all know the best Mags for Ruger mini's & Ranch Rifles are Ruger... propriatary ... their own Magazines .
    WITHOUT A DOUBT....Why gamble with rumor.. when you got the sure bet .
     
  17. howellgunworks

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    No doubt factory mags are the way to go. Sometimes finding them at a decent price isn't easy though. I've had luck with the few pro mags I've had though and would go to them again if need be.