German H&K G3 7.62x51mm Steel Magazine

At the request of several customers who own HK91s, PTR 91s, and CETMEs, I have decided to start carrying these bad boys. These are Genuine Surplus and are all dated in the early 1960s, which is why these are harder to find than the later aluminum ones, especially in this good of condition.

Note: Magazines are all in good to very good condition, but expect some storage wear on these. If you choose the original packaged mags, they also may have slight rust/wear from not being hermetically sealed. They also may have some contact wear from being compressed under hundreds of other mags etc. Some may have the more "smooth" finish while others have the more "rough" parkerized finish. Both have worked flawlessly in my PTR-91. 

That all being said, these are all in great shape and will clean up nicely if needed at all. 

Most of these are H&K, but there are some Rhinemetall manufactured magazines (both German companies). To keep it fair, I will choose at Random. The packaging seems to all be kraft paper wrapping covering different amounts of the mag. 

CAN NOT SHIP INTERNATIONALLY OR TO: CA, CO, CT, District of Columbia, MD, MA, NJ, NY, VT, or Aurora, or Cook County, IL. 


German H&K G3 7.62x51mm Steel Magazine

$16.00
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German H&K G3 7.62x51mm Steel Magazine

$16.00
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$16.00

At the request of several customers who own HK91s, PTR 91s, and CETMEs, I have decided to start carrying these bad boys. These are Genuine Surplus and are all dated in the early 1960s, which is why these are harder to find than the later aluminum ones, especially in this good of condition.

Note: Magazines are all in good to very good condition, but expect some storage wear on these. If you choose the original packaged mags, they also may have slight rust/wear from not being hermetically sealed. They also may have some contact wear from being compressed under hundreds of other mags etc. Some may have the more "smooth" finish while others have the more "rough" parkerized finish. Both have worked flawlessly in my PTR-91. 

That all being said, these are all in great shape and will clean up nicely if needed at all. 

Most of these are H&K, but there are some Rhinemetall manufactured magazines (both German companies). To keep it fair, I will choose at Random. The packaging seems to all be kraft paper wrapping covering different amounts of the mag. 

CAN NOT SHIP INTERNATIONALLY OR TO: CA, CO, CT, District of Columbia, MD, MA, NJ, NY, VT, or Aurora, or Cook County, IL.