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Mag M1 M2 Carbine 30 Round Blued Made by FN Used Mil Spec Magazine

 
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These are used 30 round magazines made by FN in Belgium, Post WWII manufacture. AYP marked. Very high quality, heavy-weight magazines match original G.I. Magazine Specifications. They are the later version of the US GI Contract "Split Back" magazines, made from 2 pieces of steel. These are new unissued magazines that have been stored for many years in the original FN factory crates. A small number of these show some surface rust freckling and some show minimal amounts of blueing wear from transportation vibration but are new and guaranteed to feed and function in all G.I. Carbines. These are the best quality 30 round magazines available in the country today.
 
Total number of Reviews: 14

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3.0 5
"These are not real GI magazines.The cutout on the back is not correct. They are missing the crimp on the front roll.<BR><BR><B>Cheaper Than Dirt Says:</b> After further inspection of these magazines, we noticed that we have a mix of US GI and international military issue. We have suspicions that some were made here and then shipped overseas for military use by other countries. Then they must have re-surfaced again in the US and are being sold as GI. Thanks for the info, Ed. Hopefully we have these magazines described properly now and some lucky customers will get GI mags at random."
4.0 5
"After reading the CMP review on 30 rd mags, I was happy to find the ones you sent were recommended as high quality. They were FN made issue to Belgium and Holland. They had the correct markings and were not faked. Although not USGI, they were high quality."
2.0 5
"For $.03 more you can get better at TripleK without any pot-luck chance of getting a fizz-bomb that could ruin your piece or chances of surviving in a sel-defense role."
5.0 5
"I want to say I shot from the FN mags or the USGI mags today. Not one jam and ran 30 rounds through the rifle in succession, a National Postal Meter from CMP. I didnot have one jam, one stove pipe or one double feed, however, I had another mag that I got from Sportsmanguide and it did its usual knock off thing, stove piped, it is a POS. The FN's that Cheaperthandirt advertises work, not saying all will, but mine works great and will buy more. The 30.00 bucks is worth it if the thing functions as designed. Buy and shop where you will but anything other than geniune USGI or FN issue maybe be a imposter than can get you killed in a tight if you don't know how to deal with a stove pipe, double feed or jam................"
5.0 5
"I am bragging again on the FN/USGI mags CTD sells for the M1 Carbine, have bought 4 more and each work as well as the first. The price is worth it, very minimal surface rust, cleaned that up and the mag is fine, only one had more rust than the other 3. But that was minimal it would not take away from the appearance of the mag or function. That cleaned well with a wire brush on a drill and in about 5 seconds, sprayed with clear dull-cote lacquer and done! Thanks CTD!Buyers beware of knockoffs that others sell. as I said before the mags are POS, would never depend on them for my life in a self defense situation. If u dont like the FN/USGI Mags return them for a refund simple as that. Always had great luck with CTD!"
5.0 5
"I have been shooting .30 cal carbines for over 30 years. Always for fun. These mags are the best built I have ever used. I do own a Triple K mag which I purchased to check the quality. In my opinion the CTD FN mags are a bit more solid and seem to be better built. Nothing against the Triple K, it works fine, but I am back here to order two more of these FN mags."
5.0 5
"Bought 10 mags and all work great. No rust, dents, or dings. No flaws. Just bought another 10."
5.0 5
"After reading the other reviews below I bought two of theses mags for my new Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine. I fired 30 rounds from each of the mags with no jams at all. So id recommend them"
4.0 5
"After reading the reviews I ordered two of these mags. Both had very minor surface rust spots that cleaned up well. Seem to function exceptionally well with all four of my GI carbines. I am ready to buy some more."
4.0 5
"I ordered 2 of these FN mags after being told the military, and after market mags were just the msame. They are not the same !These FN magazines are heavier, the springs are stronger, the followers do not tilt ! I can load Lyman 311008 in these mags, and 30 rounds slammed through the gun resulted in no feeding failures. My after market magazines will not do that.I'll admit they are a little rusty, and mine were used, but still, I am very happy with them."
2.0 5
"I ordered a dozen of these mags. All were brand new. My 1943 vintage M1 carb. didn't like the other nine. The springs were to weak and would hang up at the crook of the mag. Fire 5 or 6 rds. then turn upside down and dump the rest out. After filing the corners of the follower and tweaking it, stretching the spring, I now have nine good extra long 15 round mags and two long 20 rd. mags. More is not always better!"
5.0 5
"These magazines are good, you just have to take them apart and give them a good scrubbing with some degreaser, then knock what little rust there is off with some CLP. If the mag spring's too weak, Wolff sells mag springs for the 30 rounders."
4.0 5
"My mag arrived with two tiny spots of surface rust that cleaned up easily with a little WD-40. Otherwise, bluing was intact and it looked like the mag had seen minimal use. Much better than the $15 aftermarket mag I bought from sportsmansguide.com...I can actually load this magazine with stripper clips without the follower taking a nose dive into the magazine. Worth the $30. I should have bought two."
5.0 5
"Tried this magazine in the Auto ordinance M1 carbine and also a Quality hardware M1 carbine with no problems no FTE, FTL, or FTC. Some of the best aftermarket magazines on the market."