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Mag Thompson 30 Round Original .45 GI Used Working Condition Blued Steel

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Original GI 30 Round magazine for Thompson submachine gun. All steel magazine. This is a high capacity magazine used in Grade II Condition.

All Military surplus products are used, the condition of the products varies, and the quantities may be limited.
Surplus condition scale:
Grade I - Used in like new to excellent condition.
Grade II - Used in good condition, may show minor use.
Grade III - Used in fair condition, will show normal wear and tear from daily use. 
Total number of Reviews: 17

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4.0 5
"I think this is a decent product. It is used and has some scratches and fading but they work. I personally prefer the drum magazines even though they cost many many $$$. The stick magazines otherwise are very reliable and are very light believe it or not."
– Ryan
1.0 5
"my friend bought these mags he gave me 2 and 1 will fit in the track but won't lock in and the other 1 won't fit the track at all. i have a auto-ordinance thompson m1 when you look at the mags the lips are different"
– tommygunfan
5.0 5
"These work GREAT with the new Kahr Thompsons with just a little modification. Can be done by anyone with a dremel.Pick them up while you can.Get the looks at range with Thompson 4 30rd mags and the 50 drum."
– Mike
4.0 5
"Purchased two of these magazines for my Auto-Ord M1, they're pretty good magazines for the money, and if you're good with a dremel tool they're a better buy than the more expensive Auto-Ord stick magazines also listed on this website."
– Yeager
5.0 5
"I bought 3 and did as stated here and they work fine you caneven go to Thompson web site and they tell you how to modify them to work with there newer guns. I love mine."
– Ken
1.0 5
"Ordered 5 since reviews looked good and price was decent. They arrived in oily/RUSTY bags. Two were stripped of any bluing all had major rust and pit marks. Couldnt open bottom latch to inspect springs. Threw them right back in box and sent them back!!"
– TommyGunner
4.0 5
"I got two of these and they work great with my M1.has any body had any problems with the firing pin knocking the primers out of the bullets?what ammo is the best to use with the gun what brand? the mags are a good buy get you some."
– razor
3.0 5
"I just received my used 30 rnd. mag. The price is great, the condition acceptable. But I can not get it to 'Click' into place in the receiver. It looks identical to my Thompson mag that came with my newer gun. Thompson site has no info on Modifications to make it fit (although they sell these same used mags 'Modified' to fit) for $70. It's a real bargain if I can modify it to fit."
– jdphill
4.0 5
"Purchased one mag for test. Steel wool and cold blue dressed it up nicely. A little Dremel work to raise the location of the hole and it works flawlesly. Four of these for the price of one new mag. Will apply the savings towards more ammo for my 1927A1. Lots of armadillos out there. Good product."
– James
5.0 5
"Well done James. 3 min. with a Dremel, and you can save $60.Got two from competitor that were full of sand and mud.These were a lot better."
– Ogre
5.0 5
"Ordered 4 for the price of 1 (Kahr). They are used, but I would say only slightly. Minor Dremmel used elongating the hole and they work great. Had to really work at getting the base plate off one, but all interior parts are like new with minimal grime. One even has a military stamp the others were all Seymour."
– Chas
3.0 5
"I ordered a total of three mags across two orders. Out of the three one had a 'tweaked' set of feed lips resulting in FTF jams. One has a tweaked rail resulting in excessive difficulty inserting and removing the magazine from my semi-auto Thompson. The third one worked fine.All three did require modification to the magazine catch hole, which was accomplished readily with about 10-15 minutes of dremel work.While I'm not certain I got that great a deal at the end of the day, I would buy these again."
– J. Cook
5.0 5
"I bought 2 of these a couple of years ago. A minor modification and they work great. I just bought 8 more (no more reloading magazines at the range). This has been a great buy for me."
– Idaho Shooter
4.0 5
"These mags came with a little bit of rust and pitting, but at 1/4 the price of the Auto Ordnance mags. It was well worth the steel wool, oil, cold blue, and time to make them acceptable. Because of their age, DO NOT buy these expecting near brand new items. That being said, they are fully functional, and well worth the savings. I will definitely be buying more of these in the future."
– bdeterding
5.0 5
"Very good condition for a surplus magazine. Has a few rust spots that I sort of like. I had to \uFFFDDremmel\uFFFD the hole a bit to get the magazine catch in my Karl 1927-A1 get a hold of it."
– LMRivera
5.0 5
"Great mags. I shoot my Tommy a lot and have had zero problems with these mags. Be cautious about the file work that you need to do on the retaining hole. Take a little at a time so the mag will fit and feed properly."
5.0 5
"Got these mags in quick order. Had a bit of grease on them but a quick dunk in the hot tank took care of that. Minor grinding with a dremal made them fit perfect. Will most likely order more."
– Rattler