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Sources for Enfield 2A magazines

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Antihero, Dec 20, 2006.

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  1. Antihero

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    Who sells Enfield 2A mags? I ve seen some mags that look like 303 mags that say they are 2A 10 rounders, did someone convert these mags? Does anyone make new 2A mags?

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    I haven't needed to buy one lately so I don't know who has them.

    However, the 2A .308 magazine has a flat baseplate rather than the curved of the .303, if that helps. I also think that folks advertising them as "10 round" capacity may be doing the same thing that many sellers do with 15 round US GI M1Carbine mags, calling them a smaller capacity so as to fly under the radar of EBay.
     
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    You may also want to try Sarco.
     
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    For the real deal? I paid $65 for one a couple years ago. I've seen them for as much as a 'shooter grade' rifle now. I've not seen one at the Indy 1500 G&K show since and I have been looking. They will make fine trade goods. :evil:
     
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    Finding an original production may be difficult but Numrich has new manufature steel 10 rd mags for 36.50
    Thats a little high for a replacment mag. but consider the limited marketabilty of the product. Only the Ishy's take that mag.
    Try Here as Well I have Had good experience with them too
    http://www.hoosiergunworks.com/catalog/magazine_mil_rifle.html
     
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