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"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
good luck on the 50 round mag. Ruger hates high caps in the hands of civilians.
anon, the free market has been provided high cap (25, 30, 32, 50, 75 & 'hunerd' round) mags for a few decades now. & thanks to an unconstitutonal unpleasantness subsiding said mags are reasonably priced again.& miss Tam, I tried e-mailing you about a curious matter I was hoping for some advice on. If you never got it would you do me the kindness of dropping me an e-mail?
You've got mail.(Sorry! My lousiness as an e-correspondant is legend across a half-dozen bulletin boards...)
I have 50, 30, 25, and 10 round mags for my 10/22. After market, and all.-SayUncle
If you do get a mag, I hear that the Butler Creek plastic Hot Lips are nice, but you probably still want some with steel lips; they make 10- and 25- rounders, and I've also seen 32- and 50-round drums from other manufacturers.
Have you seen something called a Krinker Plinker. Takes a few AK parts; the triangular folding stock, pistol grip and forgrip, and produces an interesting little toy. go to www.krinkerplinker.com.
It also needs an ACOG, BUIS, flash hider, and a quad rail.
Perhaps Tactical Tommy could properly prepare that firearm for any contingency.
"Never underestimate the bad taste of the American consumer."Yuck! I'm seriously underwhelmed.:), 'Rat
try this onewww.tacticalinc.comthey have a very nice 25 rounder
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