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Any online retailers for standard cap HK mags?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Night Guy, Mar 3, 2004.

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  1. Night Guy

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    I've scoured this site top to bottom looking for links to online retailers that actually sell standard capacity "pre-ban" 15 round magazines for my fullsize HK USP. CDNN doesn't have them listed. Cheaperthandirt is no good. Google doesn't know what a USP magazine is. I can't register on Gunbroker because of the hoops necessary to jump through. Ebay has that stupid policy about selling only neutered magazines. And I don't wanna register on HKPro just to ask this question.

    I just want a site where I can put one in a basket, click checkout and punch in my 16 digit number that says I have the means to place an order. Is it really that unusual of an item to just buy online?

    I have one "pre-ban" that I bought at the last gunshow, but with the cost of parking, admission and the typical gun show markup it seems more cost effective to simply order one if I can.

    Help me.:banghead:
     
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    There's a fellow (Robert Johnson, I think) who posts in the accessories for sale section here, whom many have had good dealings with.

    Personally, I'd wait until September and buy 'em for $25 (but keep an eye on them congresscritters in the meantime).
     
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    I don't really believe that prices will fall signifigantly in September. Nor do I really belive that our esteemed legistators won't figure out a way to keep 10+ round magazines from us lowly civilians.

    I can't use gunbroker. It requires internet service provider information since I use a hotmail account exclusively. I can't and won't do that.

    As for Robert Jonhson, I saw some of his classified ads, but there's nothing current and he feels he needs an extra 3% for the privledge of using my debit card. *sigh* I may break down and buy from him anyways. It just seems like a hassle since I can't just order online.

    The quest continues. Thanks, though.
     
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    Ouch! Yeah, that's higher than the one I bought at the gun show.
     
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    Psst, Quack, the links not working. ;)
     
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