HK G3 20rd STEEL Magazine 308 good overall condition to excellent condition. expect good condition. I don't sort these out, sorry, out of room, and too lazy.
This item consists of one magazine. These are dirty and greasy and need cleaning, but overall good condition. The scuff marks generally clean up pretty well with oil like CLP
These have been in storage for years,and need a good cleaning and lube and they will shine right up.
These are the best Steel HK mags I have come across. Many of these do have some rust, but it can mostly be cleaned off, lubed,or refinished
These are all date stamped in the 1960's
I am grading these a mix of Grade 3 and some grade 2. If cleaned and lubed, most should function properly
They have some minor scuff marks from shipping and storage and most will wipe off with a rag and some wd-40. One of the pictures is an example what a dab of wd-40, or CLP and a 5 second wipe down does. The one that looks black, I wiped with CLP on that side of the mag.
Expect finish wear from years of use, minor dents dings, scratches, and maybe some rust.
A good cleaning and lube and these should be very reliable mags.
. These mags are all date stamped prior to 1970, and have various country codes on them.
These military surplus (HK G3, HK91, PTR 91, CETME .308 Winchester) magazines are in sound operating condition and priced economically, making them perfect for hard use in competition, at the range, or in the field. Manufactured to their country of origin military specifications, these magazines were designed for durability and years of reliable service in demanding environments.
Steel HK G3 mags are hard to find.
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.
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.
Grade 3: 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 condition.
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