Then how does "The Man" enforce hi-cap mag ban if there is no real way to determine when such mags were built, or is it a matter of unless the mag has a manufacture date it's ineligible or something? I only question for the sake of knowledge since it makes no real difference to me where I live.
On a related note, would there be any interest in these things? I have no specific interest in keeping them, but I imagine some guys might go for the "authentic" look. I'd rather have a couple bx-25s for my 10-22, or some mags for my Ruger SR22, which coincidentally are sold out everywhere around my stomping grounds. Really? I mean it's a 10-shot mag for a pocket sized .22 for crying out loud.