HK G3 20 RD 308 Aluminum Magazine.This item consists of one used magazine in overall good to verygood condition. The photos are examples of what they will look like..
These mags are date stamped from the 1960's to the 1980's with different country codes,and finishes, shades of color.
These will have minor dents and dings nics and scratches, some wear from years of use, maybe some rust.
*** these will have rust on the floor plates, possibly follower and spring. the mag bodies are aluminum, which generally doesn't rust.**
Please don't let some rust on the floor plate scare you. It's not a lot of work to remove rust with soaking in rust remover, and paint with rustoleum or whatever you want, and restore the magazines. these still are graded good to verygood, but most people dont uderstand that means some dings, scratches, maybe some rust. I over describe, but i like to be thorough and honest.
These will be dirty greasy, and have some rust, but overall the components are in good to verygood condition, just need a cleaning. may be good idea to paint floor plates if it has a lot of rust
Anything over 80% finish is considered very good surplus condition, so please be aware of how surplus is graded. People have different interpretations and or definition of words like good, very good, etc, so I try and describe all my products the bet I can.
** Please look at the pictures, these do vary box to box in many ways, some boxes hardy any have any rust at all on the floor plates and some do. Its pretty easy to clean up the rust and paint the if needed. These are very serviceable mags. The mag bodies are aluminum so they don't typically rust.** Most of the ones in the pics grade 3, and you will likely get a mix of both grade 2&. Some will likely look a bit better than ones in pics and some may have more wear and tear.
This is a good value for a good quality surplus magazine. Grade 1:
All magazines are surplus magazines rated in
excellent to un-issued condition. Light marks may be present from
quality check lock-up tests, but the feed lip shows virtually no wear.
Magazines will be free of rust and 100% functional. Original packaging
may be included. May have handling marks, may have minor scratches, nics, dings, dents, maybe a little rust. They will mostly be very minor. If they are noticeable and many, then they are graded grade 2.
Grade 2: Magazines are in good to very
good condition. Light signs of wear and small amounts of surface rust
may be present. Magazine finish may be worn or discolored, but magazine
still maintains 100% of original functionality. this means firearm was likely issued used and will show signs it has been used. Grade 2 items, if they are metal can have some rust. Its just the way it is. If its significant, bad and I see it, I grade it grade 3.
Grade 3: Grade 3 Magazines will show more signs of use than grade 2. More dents dings, nices, scratches, maybe rust.
Magazines are fully functional though they show signs of heavy use.
Surface rust or dirt may be present on floor plates, followers or body.
Springs may be worn or rusty and several areas will have finish
imperfections or dents. Effort may be necessary to upgrade the magazines