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Article about: Hello gents, I encountered these magazines in here, but i still have difficulty in identifying it. Is there anyone can help me in here please? Thank you

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    Quote by Martin Bull View Post
    ZB26 was my first thought, too......
    Quote by CBH View Post
    Yes that could be it , also the Japanese copied the ZB vz26 , vz30 , and it was also produced in China .
    I see, thank you for the assistance gents. I'll try to buy it, i hope my friend want to sell it.


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    Finally i can upload these magazines.
    Anyway pardon for the very late reply, i had to accompanied my mother since my father had passed away more than 1 month ago.
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    So what do you think gents? Is it original zb magazines? or made by other country beside czechoslovakia ?
    Be grateful for the ones who lived near the antique market

    Primary target: NEI cloned stahlhelm aka Braat Soerabaija Stahlhelm M1940. Currently have: 4

  3. #13

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    Now you need to stick them in the soak and get that rust off of them.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

  4. #14

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    Japanese type 97?.......
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

  5. #15

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    Now you need to stick them in the soak and get that rust off of them.
    I see, should i use oxalic acid? I once try that but it left green tint color on the steel.

    Quote by Gunny Hartmann View Post
    Japanese type 97?.......
    That's a possibility too. But based from this video, the rear side of the magazine it's different. (jump to 4:16)
    or is there any variation?

    Anyway is the zb magazines have marking number on it? Whether is original czechoslovakian or even japanese made?
    Be grateful for the ones who lived near the antique market

    Primary target: NEI cloned stahlhelm aka Braat Soerabaija Stahlhelm M1940. Currently have: 4

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    Rather than the Oxalic Acid-which, as you said, can discolor things sometimes, I think that I'd give this new product that's out a try. It's called "Metal Rescue" and can be found for sale on Amazon and several other sites. It's safe,fast and Only affects rust. I spoke about it on another thread-you might want to look into it and see. I heard about it from the battlefield diggers and how they use it on their relics. It seems to work great from the video's, but take a look and see what you think.
    Stg 44 relic
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Sorry to hear about the passing of your father.
    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

    "Don't tell me these are investments if you never intend to sell anything" (Quote: Wife)

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    Rather than the Oxalic Acid-which, as you said, can discolor things sometimes, I think that I'd give this new product that's out a try. It's called "Metal Rescue" and can be found for sale on Amazon and several other sites. It's safe,fast and Only affects rust. I spoke about it on another thread-you might want to look into it and see. I heard about it from the battlefield diggers and how they use it on their relics. It seems to work great from the video's, but take a look and see what you think.
    Stg 44 relic
    Wow i never thought there's a product like that.
    Thank you for the video on that thread, it's really interesting and curious about the video demonstration. The rust is gone almost immediately.
    Though i'll try the vinegar first, it's easier to get it in here.

    Quote by MAP View Post
    Sorry to hear about the passing of your father.
    Thank you sir, i really appreciate it.
    Be grateful for the ones who lived near the antique market

    Primary target: NEI cloned stahlhelm aka Braat Soerabaija Stahlhelm M1940. Currently have: 4

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    On a second thought, maybe i can try that "metal rescue" soon. There's some already selling in here after i check it in the google.
    Be grateful for the ones who lived near the antique market

    Primary target: NEI cloned stahlhelm aka Braat Soerabaija Stahlhelm M1940. Currently have: 4

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