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    Default Interarms Mauser Luger 9mm magazine

    I am looking for a magazine for a Iterarms Mauser Luger 9mm. I found a new gun, but the owner has misplaced the magazine. I need some help locating one for it. Any suggestions would be helpful.


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    Harry... Welcome to the Forum. You might want to try eBay. Perhaps one of the members here might have an extra.
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    You might give the Simpson LTD shop a call to see if they can help. They list 2-3 pages of magazines in the Lugers - Accessories section on their web site...but they have a boat-load that probably do not get listed on their site.

    http://www.simpsonltd.com/contact_us...b5c71a01308e81

    I was once in their Luger Room back in 2005 and they had a Craftsman-type double-decker roll-around tool chest...with each drawer stuffed full of all sorts of magazines.


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    PM sent

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    There really is no difference between a 7,65 and a 9 mm magazine, is there ???


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    That's correct.
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    I understand that the very early magazines will hold the normal 8 rounds of 7.65 but only 7 rounds of 9mm. Later after the 9mm round was in full swing the magazines had slight modifications that accepted the 8 rounds of 9mm & 8 rounds of the .30 cal. Luger cartridges. Slight details only. David O.

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    The post war Mauser Parabellum magazines were marked with a '7' for several European markets where the 9mm was prohibited. But there was actually a difference in spring strengths.

    Co-Author 'The Parabellum Is Back! 1945-2000'.

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    Additionally, Interarms ordered a number of MecGar magazines with the Interarms logo as well. They should make a nice, functional substitute as well.

    Interarms_MecGar3.jpg
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    Co-Author 'The Parabellum Is Back! 1945-2000'.

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