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    In search of a Swiss Model 1893 Carbine Magazine

    Gents, I am on a quest to locate a magazine for my Swissicon Model 1893 Carbine, any assistance or a point in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
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    That's the only recommendation I have as well. Pretty hard part to find.

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    Have a search already set up on a few different locations, hopefully get lucky.

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    Still looking.

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    Honestly not to be a jerk, but the only other real way to likely acquire one is to buy another 1893 with the magazine in it. I have had to do that with certain rifles in the past.

    Sometimes too good a deal is too good a deal for example if someone is selling a AG-42b without a magazine for cheap its because if you do find a magazine it will cost at least half the value of the rifle to acquire it.

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