Help Identifying this magazine

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Not really sure which make/model this magazine is but it has an aluminum follower? It also holds 13 rounds of 9mm if that helps. I'm thinking it could be WW2 time period? I've scoured the Internet for hours coming up empty handed! There is no identifying marks on the mag body but the floor plate looks like it has some type of partial stamp? Any help would be super,Thanks!
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Ok so I have 6 more magazines I cannot identify 100% it would be awesome if I could get some opinions on this batch. They are numbered with the capacity to hopefully make things easier.. what are ya'll thoughts on these?
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4 looks like it could be 92f? but maybe mag catch is in wrong place. a 92 clone maybe? 1 may be the same mag.

I think 2 5 and 6 are for the same gun. Probably springfield xd 9mm judging by grip angle.
 
4 looks like it could be 92f? but maybe mag catch is in wrong place. a 92 clone maybe? 1 may be the same mag.

I think 2 5 and 6 are for the same gun. Probably springfield xd 9mm judging by grip angle.
1 and 2 looks like they could be for a Sig P226 - the second looks like some RAM-Line ones I have, and the capacity is right for those.
 
I concur/confirm that # 4 is a 92 magazine, with the catch on the wrong side, and higher up the mag body. If that helps.

Edit: Some further research suggests that #4 might be a pre-FS 92 mag. Maybe from the 70's. Not many straight 92s made it to the U.S. market. Or so the internet would lead me to believe.
 
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