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    Question Magazine Help

    Hello gents,



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

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    Browning Bar maybe .
    Cheers Chris

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    Browning Bar maybe .
    I thought so too... Just a little different from this..
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    Well the range of calibre should be relatively easy to calculate and being a straight box design rather than a curve at this capacity (looks like 20rds?) it must be for rimless cartridges.

    It looks Browining- ish but I'm not certain about the BAR. It might help to know where they came from in order to know the possibilities.

    By the way, that cartridge shown inside one of the mags is surely the wrong way round?

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    Mark
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    Looks a bit like M 14 mags, but they're not. Perhaps FN/FAL mags? Have to go get some of mine out to compare.
    Sarge

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    Quote by CBH View Post
    Browning Bar maybe .
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    I thought so too... Just a little different from this..
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    Well the range of calibre should be relatively easy to calculate and being a straight box design rather than a curve at this capacity (looks like 20rds?) it must be for rimless cartridges.

    It looks Browining- ish but I'm not certain about the BAR. It might help to know where they came from in order to know the possibilities.

    By the way, that cartridge shown inside one of the mags is surely the wrong way round?

    Regards

    Mark
    Thank you for the replies.

    The photo it's from my friend so i still don't know the truth behind it.
    But i think it's a 9mm cartridge but placed on front of the longer cartridge?

    So is these magazine from world war 2? Or post war? if it's war time made, i guess i'll buy it from my friend.

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    Looks a bit like M 14 mags, but they're not. Perhaps FN/FAL mags? Have to go get some of mine out to compare.
    Sarge
    I see. Thank you, i hope you can find the answer soon.

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    CBH
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    It might be a top feed gun , the stopper on the sides show it was a very shallow magazine well .
    Cheers Chris

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    Interesting, could it be zb .26?
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    ZB26 was my first thought, too......

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    Yes that could be it , also the Japanese copied the ZB vz26 , vz30 , and it was also produced in China .
    Cheers Chris

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