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We received in some FN Scar 17 and 16 mags as well as some FNX 9mm and .40 mags that are loose packed. (no packaging)
Arrived wood crated from Herstal originally crated for military issue.
The Scar 17 and 16 Mags are FDE. The Scar 16 mags do not have the FN logo on the bottom. Other than that these are new FN mags without packaging.
The FNX mags are exactly what you would find as the ones that are packaged with the FN Logo on the plastic floor plate.
We are selling these at a deep discount and only posting this here on the FN Forum.
Online orders only and these will go quick. All sales final on these mags. Our prices on these mags will go back to normal on Monday.
Here are the links to each Mag.

FNH FNX-40 and FNS-40 14 Round Magazine FNS/FNX 40 Cal $25.00

FNH FNX-9 17 Round Magazine FNS 9MM Cal $25.00

FNH SCAR 17S 20 Round Magazine Flat Dark Earth Scar 17 FDE $27.00

FNH SCAR 16S 30-Rnd Magazine FDE Scar 16 FDE $19.00 (No FN Logo)
 

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Thanks guy, just ordered 3! Great price and you rock!
 
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We received in some FN Scar 17 and 16 mags as well as some FNX 9mm and .40 mags that are loose packed. (no packaging)
Arrived wood crated from Herstal originally crated for military issue.
The Scar 17 and 16 Mags are FDE. The Scar 16 mags do not have the FN logo on the bottom. Other than that these are new FN mags without packaging.
The FNX mags are exactly what you would find as the ones that are packaged with the FN Logo on the plastic floor plate.
We are selling these at a deep discount and only posting this here on the FN Forum.
Online orders only and these will go quick. All sales final on these mags. Our prices on these mags will go back to normal on Monday.
Here are the links to each Mag.

FNH FNX-40 and FNS-40 14 Round Magazine FNS/FNX 40 Cal $25.00

FNH FNX-9 17 Round Magazine FNS 9MM Cal $25.00

FNH SCAR 17S 20 Round Magazine Flat Dark Earth Scar 17 FDE $27.00

FNH SCAR 16S 30-Rnd Magazine FDE Scar 16 FDE $19.00 (No FN Logo)
WHYYY!!!!!??? i just bought a bunch yesterday elsewhere!!!
 

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Awesome, great deal. Much appreciated!
 
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Are the Scar 16 mags SS or D&H AL?
 

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Awesome deal! MGW is great to deal with and supports my habit well.
 
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I sent a PM, but thought I would follow up here. I tried to order but during checkout you seem to have flagged my zipcode with the 20rd 17S FDE mags. The zipcode is in Cincinnati OH which had a law on its books regarding magazines > 10 round capacity. That law has been ruled invalid by the Ohio Supreme Court (some time ago). I have run into this one time before. The Ohio, and therefore the Cincinnati limit is 30 rounds. For what it's worth I don't even live in the City of Cincinnati. Like I said in my PM, I'd like to do business with you!

Analysis: Ohio's magazine capacity limit | Buckeye Firearms Association
Analysis: Ohio's magazine capacity limit
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Submitted by cbaus on November 23, 2012 - 8:00am.
by Sean Maloney
Buckeye Firearms Association was once again asked, "What is the magazine capacity limit pertaining to firearms in the State of Ohio?"
This question was fueled by the unconstitutional ordinance that is still on the books in Cincinnati, Ohio, which caused a national retailer of firearms magazines to refuse to ship legally purchased magazines to a customer in Cincinnati.
So that there is no confusion related to Ohio law on the subject of "magazine capacity," I have provided the following analysis.
The relevant portion of the City of Cincinnati Ordinance provides:
Sec. 708-37. - Possession or Sale of Semiautomatic Firearms Prohibited.
(a) No person shall sell, deliver, rent, lease, offer, or display for sale, or transfer ownership of, acquire or possess a semiautomatic firearm.(b) No person shall sell, deliver, rent, lease, offer or display for sale, or transfer ownership of, acquire or possess any detachable magazine with the following capacities:
(1) More than ten rifle or carbine rounds;
(2) More than five shotgun rounds;
(3) More than 15 handgun rounds...."
(C.M.C. 708-37; ordained by Ord. No. 380-1989, eff. Sept. 27, (1989)

The controlling law on magazine capacity, Ohio Revised Code §2923.11(E), Weapons control definitions provides:
"'Automatic firearm' means any firearm designed or specially adapted to fire a succession of cartridges with a single function of the trigger. 'Automatic firearm' also means any semi-automatic firearm designed or specially adapted to fire more than thirty-one cartridges without reloading, other than a firearm chambering only .22 caliber short, long, or long-rifle cartridges." Id.
Accordingly, the maximum legal magazine capacity "everywhere" in the State of Ohio is thirty (30). A thirty round magazine, plus one in the chamber of the firearm, will legally limit the semi-automatic firearm to fire a maximum of "thirty-one" cartridges.
(Note: It is not illegal to own or possess magazines with capacity greater than 30 rounds; so long as they are kept separate and apart from a firearm designed to accept it. The magazine only violates Ohio law once the magazine is inserted into the firearm, "adapting" the firearm to fire more than thirty-one cartridges without reloading.)
On March 14, 2007, the Ohio Legislature, recognizing that absent a uniform law throughout the state, law-abiding gun owners would face a confusing patchwork of licensing requirements, possession restrictions, and criminal penalties as they travel from one jurisdiction to another, enacted Ohio Revised Code § 9.68. Right to bear arms - challenge to law, also known as Ohio's "preemption law." See
Cleveland v. State, 128 Ohio St. 3d 135, 146.

The Constitutionality of ORC §9.68 is well settled and has been upheld by the Ohio Supreme Court in Ohioans for Concealed Carry, Inc. v. Clyde, 120 Ohio St.3d 96, (2008); as well as, most recently in Cleveland v. State, 128 Ohio St.3d135, (2010).
Application of O.R.C. § 9.68(A) renders the City of Cincinnati ordinance and any other ordinance or statute enacted in Ohio contrary to Ohio Revised Code §2923.11(E) unconstitutional.
Sean Maloney is a Buckeye Firearms Association Region Leader, a Second Amendment Rights attorney in West Chester, OH, an NRA Benefactor Life Member, NRA Election Volunteer Coordinator for Ohio's 8th Congressional District, an active NRA Instructor, serves on the "Grassroots Development" committee of the National Rifle Association and received the NRA's 2011 "Jay M. Littlefield Volunteer of the Year Award."
 

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Regarding the Cincinnati, Ohio issue, I had the mags sent to a co-worker's home across the creek in Ky. I appreciate that keeping all the rules straight is a challenge which is probably only getting worse with all the new laws being passed. Ironically, that is why Ohio standardized their law statewide. It's your business, do what you want with it, but I think you have the Cincinnati / Ohio thing wrong.
 
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