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Glock Semi -Auto

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by tenisiejer, Sep 22, 2006.

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  1. tenisiejer

    tenisiejer Member

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    Where can I get a Pre Ban, high capacity Clip, for my Glock.. I understand that those don't have serial numbers on them..
     
  2. jlbraun

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    In what state do you live? They may or may not be legal.

    Secondly, there is no such thing as a "clip" for a Glock. What you are looking for is a "magazine".
     
  3. Steve C

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  4. Shipwreck

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    I have never seen ANY serial # on a mag before.
     
  5. Desertscout

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    Glock magazines do not have serial numbers. "Hi cap" mags are perfectly legal to own, buy, sell, transfer or even manufacture now as far as Federal law is concerned. Individual state laws may differ.
     
  6. Lonestar

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    tenisiejer you can by them anywhere IF they are legal in your state. I actually got my ID checked in after buying a 32 rounder at a PA gun store, apparently they are getting a lot of folks from NJ coming to their store to buy Hi cap mags. Hi Cap Mags are ok but they can cause feeding problem and may damage your gun if your not real careful (do not slam them home). Serial # on your clips??? Your a responsible gun owner right and not some young kid who shoots his Glock sideways ;)?
     
  7. GeorgiaGlocker

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  8. 10-Ring

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    I think the big question is "where do you live?" I would think it wouldn't be a big deal in one of the free states.
     
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