GUN Ithaca Model LSA-55 .243 replacement magazine

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  1. apman0000

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    I've searched almost everywhere.

    google searches
    midway
    impact
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    about every link in the archives and i haven't found a magazine for this rifle anywhere...

    does anyone know of a place that may sell this damn thing?

    any ideas at all?

    i hate only having 1 mag, especially since the mag isn't in very good shape, the only part of the gun that needs replaced is a part that doesn't seem to exist on earth lol
     
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    erp, sorry. none in stock. fucking expensive too
     
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    brownells? perhaps?
     
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    ouch yeah $65 and out of stock as you said in your next post.

    i'll keep them bookmarded though in case i come up empty and they get them in stock again, jesus can't believe that tiny mag costs $65 lol shit
     
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    came up empty :(
     
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    damn it, i'm gonna end up paying as much for a mag as i did the rifle w scope lol

    *assuming i can ever find one*
     
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    I saw a post when I was looking around, and there was a guy in your situation looking for the mags, and he said near the end of the thread "ah forget it, I am just selling the gun" :rofl:
     
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    I went to the gas station and they were out of gas. I guess I'll just sell my car.
     
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    i can feel that dudes pain :rofl:. i knew it wouldn't be an easy gun to find parts for but this is nuts:hs:
     
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    we have a winner, thanks!

    your right the mag doesn't look right in the pic so i have to verify 1st but at least they are in stock.

    god damn expensive but oh well
     
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    better check and make sure:

     
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    god for $60 i wish it was a higher capacity magazine :(

    it's just hard to make myself pay $60+ bucks for a magazine for a gun that cost me about $100 lol

    damn thing is perfect except the mag is just banged up, worn out trash
    I might check to see if a gun smith can just replace the spring and follower etc to get this one working better and see what that would cost, that'll probably be $60 too though lol, i guess i have little choice, that's what i get for getting a rifle that is old as hell and has almost no part availability
     
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    i'd look at some gun shows, if I were you. those are probably not in very high demand, they're just aren't a lot of them due to that fact. you might find some more shitty ones at a show, and you could fix them up.

    i personally wouldn't spend $65 on a mag for a $100 gun, but that's just the jew in me
     

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