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(3/26/02 7:47:47 pm)
Reply | Edit | Del All I hit the lottery!!!
Well, not really, but I did DURN GOOD! I was talkin' ta Doc last week about buyin' myself an S&W 66. This week comes and I ran into a good deal. I was able to put the funds together(some serious scrimpin')to get TWO, COUNT 'EM, TWO Ruger P-89's. Heck, for $775 out the door, who could resist! One black slide and one stainless! Man, I'm one happy camper!!!!! Anyhow, What's the deal with mags for these things? I know they're everywhere, but who's got the goods at the right price? are Promags worth bothering with? Hell, I'm so used to Milsurp and Browning designs that I've always been able to buy military mags for cheap!
Thanks for listening.
Your Buddy,

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(3/26/02 8:10:59 pm)
Reply | Edit | Del p-89 mags
YO- MO. I have a place here that sells mags wholsale for the p-89, when they have them in stock, about 9 to 12 dollars each. If you think the price is right, I will send you the information.

Check my profile for the E-MAIL Address.


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Posts: 54
(3/28/02 1:42:00 am)
Reply | Edit | Del Re: p-89 mags
I know this is off the subject,but I have mini-14 that I have
once again,dumped a lot of money in to get it to shoot some
right tiny groups.I use ProMag 10rnd'r in it and have NEVER had one not feed.As I'm sure some of you know almost all
aftermarket mags,with the exception of PMI's,Ruger Factory
Hi-Caps,and some John Masen mags,do not work very good in a mini-14.I don't know about a mini-30.I do know when I can I'll get PMI 10's or ProMags.Now where were we?????,bg
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