I just went thru this in Oct 2005. I called Seguin Texas for a magazine for my
KDF voere K-22 bolt action rifle. They did not have any parts and refered me
to Voere in Austria which at the time I thought had nothing to do with Voere
in Germany. Come to fine out that after Mauser bought out Voere in Germany
that they had Voere in Austria make some of the German rifles for them. I contacted them and they did have some of the German parts but would not
take a International money order. They would only take a credit card or a
auto deduction from my account. Not wanting to have my account numbers
going out of the country I gave up on them. I learned on the net that there
was a guy in Germany that bought up all the Voere parts when they went
out of business. I contacted him and from start to finish I had the mag in less
than two weeks. Contact information is E-mail Leitung@jehn.de
The name of the company is Gustav Jehn Gmbh. Weapons-
ammunition inports- export business. I ended up sending cash thru the mail.
Price for one 10 rd mag was 35,00 Euro or $42.00 US. I am going to order
somemore mags but wanted to not sent too much cash the first time just to
see how it would go. The German Voere is not made anymore by anyone.
BTW it is probably one of the finest rifles ever made IMO. Voere in Germany
is not alive and well. Voere in Austria is still in Business but don't know what
they make today. Hope this helps. I probably could of sent cash to Austria as
well. These People in Germany or Austria don't seem to know what a MO is.