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    Found one, buit its Metric, not inch!

    Bump for an old thread, sorry, found it researching a mag I just bought.
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    "OFT 1994"
    "NAGAZINE 7.62MM 3A1"
    "1005-005710"
    On the opposite side either "10", or "IO".
    Rough grey park finish seems welded together from a pair of 1/2 shells with the seam up the front & rear faces. Slightly curved body as the first images.

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    Be fair though Peter, the girls were out late the night before looking after our American visitors they couldnt walk straight, let a lone weld anything in line

    So mine must be a good old Brit made ones then, with a big C stamped on the right hand one?

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