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New  HK G3  20 RD 308 Magazine. Surplus New, not in wrapper.
HK G3 20 RD 308 Magazine Surplus used Grade 1 Aluminum

New HK G3 20 RD 308 Magazine. Surplus New, not in wrapper.

Retail Price: $20.00
HK G3 20 RD 308 Magazine Excellent to like New condition
Part Number: 3714-2
Availability: In Stock.
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One surplus aluminum HK G3 20 rd .308 magazine. They look to be new, but are not in any packaging. Come loose.

FYI: Whenever I list surplus new HK G3 mags, they sell quickly for $20 each, when I advertise them new in the package.
However, if anything has metal and package is sealed in with moisture for decades, rust happens every time. Aluminum HK mags, the mag bodies don't generally rust but floor plates followers, spring, and locking plate do rust.
If a new but old surplus magazine is sealed up where you cant see i, you cant see the rust. There are some tricks to tell if there is rust, but that only works with steel ones. If an old Steel HK G3 mag is sealed in plastic that had some moisture in it and rusted solid, If you shake it, the rust might break loose and you can hear it rattle inside, indicating rust. That is noticeable in steel HK g3 mags sealed in plastic or other packaging. Not near as much with aluminum ones.
My point is, well obviously a sales pitch, but also when a New surplus magazine that's decades old is sold, small dents, dings, scratches and rust can be hidden inside packaging, and when they are not wrapped, I can see them and make an informed decision, based on personally doing it over 30,000 times on this specific magazine. lol, I started out as not knowing Jack squat about HK G3 mags.  I still don't know much about all the country codes of origin,  but I have learned to describe them fairly well. 
*** I am using the same photo as the Like new ones I used to advertise.**** They all came from same importer.


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 jsut 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 condition.




Surplus used in excellent to like new condition overall. These mags are date stamped from the 1960's to the 1980's..



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