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BLUE PMAGs *SPF to Doc Maker*

Discussion in 'Part & Accessory Classifieds' started by dr drae, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. dr drae

    dr drae Seattle Member

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    SPF to Doc Maker


    Have (2) of these for sale. RevM, no windows. These are not airsoft, they are the real deal. New, but out of their wrappers. I will ship to WA/OR on your dime, or you can pick them up in the greater Seattle area. $125 OBO each.

    There are zero listings on gunbroker.com currently, that's how rare these are. These are no longer being made, were very rare even during production, and are impossible to find currently. This is your chance!

    Internet pic for reference, not my mags...
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  2. dr drae

    dr drae Seattle Member

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    Still have these. Would trade for M&P15-22 mags, Kahr PM9 mags, or Garand 30-06 ammo.
     
  3. dr drae

    dr drae Seattle Member

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    bump
     
  4. ZA_Survivalist

    ZA_Survivalist Oregon AK's all day.

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    Rit dyed mags?
     
  5. dr drae

    dr drae Seattle Member

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    Negative. These are factory magazines, a limited run made by Magpul, no longer in production. Very rare.
     
  6. xd45acp

    xd45acp molalla Active Member

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    It says right on the package "UTM Blue"
     
  7. shibbershabber

    shibbershabber Vancouver Well-Known Member

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    Im just curious, what is the point of blue magazines?
     
  8. turbovr6jetta

    turbovr6jetta Bellingham Wa Member

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    The point is that they are blue. Its not that complicated. Whats the point of a gold plated desert eagle? Someone thinks its cool and is willing to pay for cool. EOS
     
  9. Nwcid

    Nwcid Yakima and N of Spokane Well-Known Member

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    In this case I do not know.

    But there are lots of reasons to have different colored mags. The biggest one I can think of is ammo ID for folks that shoot more then one type. For me I have 3 different types of "standard" AR magazines so I know what they are loaded with for what gun.
     
  10. shibbershabber

    shibbershabber Vancouver Well-Known Member

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    Look, Mr Jetta.... Its a legit question, and your reply served no purpose.

    Magpul doesnt make stocks or grips in blue... just wondering what the deal was with blue mags and why they are so rare/sought after. Are there yellow mags? purple mags? No. But they sure have blue ones.

    thread hijack/over:thumbup:
     
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  11. turbovr6jetta

    turbovr6jetta Bellingham Wa Member

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    Its pretty clear your smart enough to know there is no purpose for a blue mag... Unless your the guy that owns this gun

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  12. krkruse

    krkruse Salem area Active Member

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    Cool, Im kinda wondering how ya ended up with them.
     
  13. dr drae

    dr drae Seattle Member

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    These were available for a limited time if you knew about them and where to order them. The blue color was to help differentiate non lethal rounds from standard rounds during training exercises. They function like normal PMAGs. But they're blue. Very rare these days. I've had some blues for a few years, acquired a few more in a trade that I'm willing to pass along. OBO.
     
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    JedB PDX Active Member

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    This makes sense. I use coloured electrical tape on my mags/acessories to keep my calibers separated.
    Blue = 5.56
    Green = 223
    Red = 308

    Good luck with the sale.
     
  15. Mezzovex

    Mezzovex Sherwood Active Member

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    I use Paint on my mags.
    Green: green tips
    Red: hollow points
    Orange: tracers
    None: bulk
     
  16. dr drae

    dr drae Seattle Member

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    Still have these. Open to reasonable offers...
     
  17. MinnesotaORnewbie

    MinnesotaORnewbie Oregon Active Member

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    Are you seriously asking $125 a piece for these?
     
  18. Guymcdb

    Guymcdb Vancouver Wa Active Member

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    Her sure is! I'm not one to thread crap (to often) but Jesus Christ who gives a sh*t if they're blue? $125 is insane.
     
  19. turbovr6jetta

    turbovr6jetta Bellingham Wa Member

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    The person that buys them. I cant stand overpriced items. But I have never seen factory blue pmags in my life. So as far as I can figure they are rare. Rare equals money. I personally wouldnt pay 25 for them but that doesnt mean they aren't worth it to someone else. So when you say you aren't one to thread crap I have to disagree. If you cant provide a resonable argument in the direction of the OPer charging an unfair price for something you probably shouldn't be so negative about his post
     
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  20. shibbershabber

    shibbershabber Vancouver Well-Known Member

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    hahaha I see people are still marveling over these mags.

    Overpriced? That is a very subjective term.

    There is a difference between scarcity creating value as a popular item no longer becomes available...... and an item that didnt sell well in the first place causing the company to cut production.
     
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