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#1 stratventures

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Posted 20 January 2005 - 05:21 PM

CORRECTION: I appreciate the response, but need to correct my description. What I meant by "Non marked" was not that there were no markings at all, but is marked without saying "18". It reads as follows:

FOR SHOT CARTRIDGES
PAT-AUG.24.1920
AUG 24.1920 - JAN.11.1921

The other mag that has the "18" reads as follows:

Patented -Aug.-24-1920
FOR 18 SHOT CARTRIDGES
Aug.-24-1920-Jan.-11-1921

I may have forgotten a period or dash, but that is the basic description.

The pouch does read "MILLS".

Sorry but do not have "digital" camera to take pictures.

Wanting to know the current value of a mint commercial Dbl Shot Mag Pouch with one really nice marked 18 shot mag and a second non marked 18 shot mag. I understand that the Non-marked 18 shot mag is very rare and not often seen. Colt mag's Trying to figure out what each is worth.
Additional help for value for a 50 rd drum, marked New York, ?third var, "L Drum", high-end condition.
Any help would be appreciated.

Edited by stratventures, 21 January 2005 - 10:38 AM.

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#2 leid

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Posted 20 January 2005 - 05:58 PM

Hi,
If you would post pictures, we can be of more help. As far as your "unmarked shot mag", the mags intended for the 1923 Thompson chambered for the .45 Remington-Thompson cartridge had no markings on the face and were the same size as the shot mags. I would think that is what you have. The only difference between the two mags is the markings/instructions on the front. The pouch should be MILLS.
Carey

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