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Question for magazine expert

mballaimballai Member Posts: 1,280 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited August 2003 in Ask the Experts
I wound up with a high cap magazine that I can't seem to identify. At first glance I thought it was for a P226 but it has four differences: the indents on the lower body sides are sharper--their bottom is a a narrower line. There is a notch on the top right corner, the magazine itself takes only 13 rounds and the base plate is a little longer and not as steeply curved in front as a SIG. FWIW it's nicely finished with no witness holes and no markings of any kind.

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  • richbugrichbug Member Posts: 3,650
    edited November -1
    without a photo it is hard to tell, but the 13 rounds leads one to believe it may be a 1935 browning High power.

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  • mballaimballai Member Posts: 1,280 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    LRARMSX kindly analyzed a pix I had for this and it turned out to be a Ruger P series, a gun I've never used.

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