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Re: RV2A mag

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Dave Gunem

06-07-2014 16:08:06

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I just make them out of thin sheet cork for the lid and terminals . Never found any repos of these and NOS ones are rare and have always been JUNK .The one on the front cover is really a strip and a touch of sealer is what I use there . Does yours have nuts or screws inside on the two terminals on the lid ? If nuts inside it should not have the screw in wick in the front cover and should have a 3 or 4 digit serial # . Two distinct versions of these old A mags .

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06-08-2014 05:18:29

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 Re: RV2A mag in reply to Dave Gunem, 06-07-2014 16:08:06  
Thanks, I don't remember what it has inside. It's on the shelf right now. I'm going to clean it up and recharge the magnet and install it on my 35AR.

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Dave Gunem

06-12-2014 11:27:09

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 Re: RV2A mag in reply to Mark-Ia, 06-08-2014 05:18:29  
Your 35 takes the type with screws inside holding the terminals and it should have the screw in wick under the front . The nut-wickless types are only on REALLY EARLY 34's and are REALLY RARE . They will only be in the very high 3 digit - very low 4 digit serial range on the mag body . Again with a 35 you needn't worry about this BUT if you happen to have one of the early ones I know of several folks that would pay BIG BUCKS for it for their real early A's . The late type is much easier to find . If interested I can get pics of the early type on my GPA # 410312 .

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