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Also about Magazines but different...

The ONLY difference is the 'Restricted to LEO or military use' stamped on the magazine body. Otherwise, they look and function identically.
 

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If I remember correctly--a LEO mag is manufactured after 1994 and have Sarah Brady's signature on them. They are the only persons supposed to have them? It was illegal to manufacture Hi-Caps in the US after that date. It, however is not illegal to own them. That's why factory Hi-Cap mags cost two arms and leg for some guns. I refuse to pay the $100 fee for my Walther P99. M92 HI-caps are all over or $30, and CDNN has used 15 and 17rds for $9.99. Such a deal! I personally stay away from dated mags. A friend of mine was selling AR mags with LEO/MIL use dated 1997. No thanks. go to www.cdnninvestments.com for great prices on magazines. I hope this info is OK?
 

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I am willing to bet that it's illegal to own or possess one if you are not law enforcement, but I do not know, nor would I take the chance. It'll probably be a felony in this day and age, and then you lose all your guns, rights, lefts, and first born son.
Keep shootin that 92--it won't let you down! I have well over 7000rnds of Mil Spec/ US winchester surplus hard-ball through mine and there are still no cracks anywhere and the action is as slick as goat snot on a glass door knob! I want to get another one. I have a Walther P99-9mm too and love it, but the trigger is funkier than the 92, even still I think it's even a little more accurate. I love my 1911's too.
Later. What's to trade?
 
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