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Posted: June 20 2008 at 5:30pm | IP Logged Quote trenches

I was wondering how many different countries of origin mags have been encountered.  I only had Polish mags until I recently received my order of mags from Centerfire.  They were Polish except for one which may be Russian.  At least it may be Russian judging from what appears to be the normal Russian lack of finesse in manufacture.  The floorplate is different from my other mags and the detent is round rather than square like the others.  The spot welding is crudely substantial like most Russian spot welding. On the rear of the mag at the rib is an "x"ed out serial number. On the other side of the rib is an electo-penciled out  serial number and then another electro-engraved new serial number. It has a dull blued finish unlike the Polish mags which have more of a luster to them. On the right bottom side is a large letter "B" and on the opposite side the number 3 in a circle.
So I was just curious what other types of PPS43 mags might have surfaced.
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