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Tapco Has Ar-15 Mags For $11.99!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by cookhj, Sep 13, 2004.

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  1. cookhj

    cookhj Member

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  2. nico

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    wth!? Why no shipment to maryland?
     
  3. jason10mm

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    Hold on, man. Who makes those mags? Just 'cause they say "LEO/GOV ONLY" doesn't mean they work! If USA mags is back in buisness then you have to be REAL carefull! But then, at $12 a pop, why not give them a try?

    Personally, I'm sticking to USGI mags.

    Same warning goes for their M14 mags. WHO MAKES THEM!!!
     
  4. admar2

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    nice price, but I'd definitely be wary of who the manufacturer is.

    send tapco a email and ask I guess.
     
  5. Dave Markowitz

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    I just ordered 5. I'll let y'all know what they are when they arrive.
     
  6. Harry Tuttle

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    Maryland is still under a 20 round magazine capacity limit
     
  7. 10 Ring Tao

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    If I remember right, maryand has banned any magazine over 15 rounds.
     
  8. Agrippa

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    Center Industries might be the maker of these mags.
     
  9. cookhj

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    the mags are made by D&H
     
  10. Chris Rhines

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    It is illegal to purchase or transfer a magazine over 20 rounds capacity in Maryland. Posession is perfectly legal.

    - Chris
     
  11. 10 Ring Tao

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    If possession is legal, that means one could buy a mag in a neighboring state and bring it back?
     
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    Ditto what 10 Ring Tao said. I don't have any guns that could use a >15 round magazine (yet) but it'd be nice to look.
     
  13. BryanP

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    D&H? Whodat?
     
  14. WhoKnowsWho

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    Yeah, that's what I said... :)

    USGI mags were this cheap at the shows anyway, no rush for an unknown maker.
     
  15. admar2

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    what he said.
     
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    According to what I'm finding both here and in posts over at AR15.com it would appear that D&H is the current name for LaBelle. If so these should be good mags.
     
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    10 Ring Tao:
    Thats what the State Police tells people to do. :)

    Kharn
     
  18. WhoKnowsWho

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    Hmm... sounds good!
     
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    Anyone know what the deal is with CA and magazines? They won't ship there, but possession is legal, right? What about accepting shipment of mags from a private party?

    - Gabe
     
  20. BryanP

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    Nope. CA has their own special rules. If you don't already own a magazine with greater than 10 round capacity you cannot legally acquire one. If you do own it you can't sell it to anyone else in CA.
     
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    How about if you give them away as a gift? :D
     
  22. cookhj

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    got an e-mail today that they're back ordered for a few weeks due to high demand.
     
  23. BryanP

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    I just saw this posted over at AR15.com -

    http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=3&f=17&t=201034

     
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    If I hadn't already bought 60 AR15 magazines DURING the ban ...................
     
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    GRD

    BryanP is (unfortunately) correct.

    However, you can buy parts to repair the ones you already own.

    I'm not advocating any law breaking, but you can see the possibilities. But no dealer will send you complete mags, I promise you that.

    madkiwi
     
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