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Mauser 20 Round Trench Magazine


Price: $49.95
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Item Number: MSR167

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3 or more$46.65
During the trench warfare of WWI, the Germans developed these magazines to increase the firepower of their 98 Mausers. Easily installed in any GEW 98 rifle by merely removing the floorplate from the rifle's triggerguard, and replacing it with the trench magazine. Original trench magazines are very rare and valuable. We now have this quality reproduction indentical to the original right down to the proof marks! Will also work in 98K, KAR 98a, VZ24, and most M98 style Mauser rifles. Blued steel, complete with follower, spring and follower retainer with chain.

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(5 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Mauser 20rd Magazine
Tyler Ramsey (Killen, AL) 1/5/2012 1:46 AM
The magazine itself was built extremely well and sturdy just like an original one from WWI. The item was shipped very fast also. I installed it and tested it in two different Vz24's and fit both rifles. However, after taking it to the range I found that it would not actually cycle rounds properly. Almost every round had a failure to feed while working the bolt. I don't think it's the magazine, I think it's just the design itself. I think the Germans in WWI had a lot of issues with this magazine which is why they didn't produce very many of them. Sarco refunded my money, so over all I'm very happy with the service, but the item just didn't work out for me.
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mauser trench mag
Matt Bachar (Hays, KS) 2/11/2011 11:07 AM
Worth every penny. Very heavy and built right. Thanks Sarco!
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George W. Kemp (Centre, AL) 1/14/2011 7:22 AM
Very nicely built. Intimidation factor very high. Gets alot of comments mounted on a rifle on the wall. I have not loaded it to function test but as a conversation piece it was worth the money for my collection.
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