Need help to identify magazine

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I've got a couple magazines here I can't seem to identify. The round next to it is a .223rem
There is no markings on the body, other than round count on the back. Baseplate of one has 92-92 on it.

8" long
1 13/6" wide
7/8" deep.
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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.
 

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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.
Thanks for offering, but I have enough mags. The M10 .45 mag is a Grease Gun slightly modified. Jack.
 

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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. o_O
 
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