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Gen 3 G19 Shooter
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I recently received a couple .22LR metal stick magazines in a lot and I have no clue what they are for.

They seem to hols 25 rounds each.

They are welded steel, appear to have been blued, and the rust patterns lead me to believe they are likely from the later half of the 20th Century.

As you can see in the pictures, there are no markings, and the follower of one looks like it was sanded/modified/worn down significantly.

The only catch for a magazine release is on the spine.
The witness holes are on opposite sides, leading me to believe one may be factory and the other aftermarket or they are from separate production runs.

Any clues as to what they are supposed to go to?

I was going to see if I could maybe mod them to fit a mag fed bolt gun.

Thanks for any help on this.

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From the forward feeding lips they look rather like altered and very abused High-Standard mags but I don't know of any High-Standard mags that held more than 10 rounds or had release catches on the back.
Mine only hold 10 rounds and the release catches are on the side. Plus they all have a cut out on the side for a button.
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