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Old 06-23-2020, 12:34 PM
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Default Unusual, not rare, mod-39 mag.

Is it the early pre-39 ramp style, two variations? Nope
How about the Military, cut out style? Nope.
Its the mag that is appropriate for Sn.A180000 thru A200000.
At Sn. A180000, there was a relief cut added at the bottom of the front of the grip. At this point the short mag base plate was introduced, 11/2 ins in length. But the steel follower was retained.
At A200000 the black plastic follower was introduced till the end of production. I have observed this mag on several NIB 39s I have had and seen. Plus I read it in McMillans article from 2004 and
subsequent updates. If you have a 39 in this Sn. range, pls. check and post. Appreciate it. Just a small piece of 39 minutia.
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