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Site Notices. Sept, 4th - Houston, TX. If so, where do they put it? Is there any other way to tell the date of manufacture? Thanks guys, just want to make sure I dating for over 50s Beaumont get screwed. Matt, Post bans are limited to ten rounds. Only pre bans are high caps unless marked "For LE Only". I knew the only legal hi-caps were pre ' But I am sure many of the magazines used by our military since have found their ways into gun shows and various ethically challanged dealers.
I try to protect myself, but who knows.
Are all post-ban hi caps marke LE only? Thanks again. I've seen many military mags with dates stamped on the outside of the magazine on the side. Many were at gun shows being sold as prebans.
The date couldn't be seen until the finish was removed. Okay, now I am getting a little worried.
I have on 30 rounder, that I cannot find a stamp on anywhere. The same goes for both my 20 rounders as well. I must admit, being relatively new to the AR that I bought them all at a gunshow.
Paid 10 dollars for the 30, and 15 for both 20s. I have 30 USGI mags and none of them are marked.
I'm not sure if it is, so I always keep it in my wall-locker None of the pre-ban AR or M mags were ever marked with a date to my knowledge. If your 30 rnd. Insofar as ethically challenged FFL dealers are concerned, there is no problem with having M mags that were made under military contracts.
You will often find such magazines new "in the wrapper" with clear indications that the magazine was produced with military sales in the mind of the manufacturer. Such magazines were often sold directly Connecticut on tees dating dealers by the manu- facturers after the original military contract was filled "overruns".
Think of M. A magazine which is not marked as stated below is pd to be of preban manufacture. It has been reported that some postban magazines were manufactured with just a date and were not marked restricted as required divorce dating Boston Ma law. A preban magazine may be used in any firearm under federal law and if not restricted by state or local law.
Persons who import large capacity ammunition feeding devices manufactured after September 13,or manufacture large capacity pick up girls in Tallahassee feeding devices must legibly identify each device imported or manufactured by serial and other prescribed markings. The same serial may be used for all devices manufactured or imported. Imported devices must be marked with the name of the manufacturer, country of origin, and name, city and State of the importer.
Persons who manufacture or import metallic links for use in the assembly of belted ammunition are only required to place the prescribed identification marks on the containers used for packaging the links. The mag with markings inside that I refinished last night had "02 91" on one side and "K2 91" on the other.
I just wasn't looking for them. Funny Delaware to meet someone checked some more mags and didn't see any markings inside. About AR Stay Connected Pepperjam Verification. Newsletter Subscribe to our monthly Newsletter to receive firearm news, product discounts from your favorite Industry Partners, and more.