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Thanks for offering, but I have enough mags. The M10 .45 mag is a Grease Gun slightly modified. Jack.No, it looks to be the right diameter round, but it is too long.
It is a double stack magazine, and would need to be some sort of thinner round.
Also, Jack, I have a M3 Grease Gun mag in .45 and also a cobray mac-10 .45acp factory magazine which is I believe 10 or 20 round capacity., Jim said you may be interested in them.
I was going to guess 30 carbine but I couldn't figure out the divet on the side.Figured out what this is with help from a friend. It's from a San Cristobal Carbine Model 1962... looks to be a very very obscure sub-machine gun in .30carbine from the Dominican Republic.
Have no idea. Not too many folks have transferable $12,000 Grease Guns. Those who have .45 M10s would probably be interested at $30 or so. Jack.Ok, sounds good. Roughly how much are they worth in that case?
Or give it away next trick or treat next Halloween. Jack.Doesn't matter. It's illegal. Turn it over to law enforcement.
Doesn't matter. It's illegal. Turn it over to law enforcement.
Or give it away next trick or treat next Halloween. Jack.
I was going to guess 30 carbine but I couldn't figure out the divet on the side.
I saw one of those at the dump the other day. Jack.I had a gut feeling it was 30 carbine but don't have any to check with. This San Cristobal carbine is a funky rifle.. it's a tube receiver m1 clone