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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-02-2017, 05:53 AM Thread Starter
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5 round AR mag source

Am I the only one who is looking for advise on where to find 5 round limited mags? I saw one type for sale on Sportsman's Guide but they apparently need some "sculpting" to get them to actually fit.

Groundhogs are going to be popping up in a couple months.

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Just FYI I don't think there was a magazine limit imposed for small game and groundhogs. Someone correct me if I am wrong, but I believe the mag limit proposed was only for big game. The reason being that many 22lr semi-autos either have tube magazines or other magazines which cannot readily be limited.
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I just put a blocker in a few magpul 10 rounders....easy to do...
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I just put a blocker in a few magpul 10 rounders....easy to do...
Did you use a piece of wood as the blocker? I am thinking that a piece of wood cut to size would do the job - just like a dowel rod for an 870

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Midway USA has them last I checked
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post #8 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-03-2017, 03:34 PM
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Why not just use whatever size mag is already owned and only stack as many as you want in it?

There's no legal requirement to limit the mag, why go through the hassle of a limiter? I could see going to a 20 or 10 rd just to shorten up the mag a bit, but I'm not sure I understand putting a limiter in unless compelled by a reg, and there's no reg compelling you to do that.
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And to the OP---

You can't use a semiauto on groundhogs until Jul 1. Until then, it's still a violation of the hunting regulations.
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I have theirs and it is a good mag.
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