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What would be the most efficient way to try to find a numbers matching magazine for my 1942 Banner E/L? I realize that it is a long shot, but still possible.
Also, is there a significant difference in overall value if the magazine is numbered the same as the pistol?
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
 

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start by giving your serial number including the suffix. Cannot match it if no one knows the number. I have eagle L number 4422 spare magazine #2.

I also have eagle F serial # 301 spare magazine #2.
 

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The Blue book will tell you that a matching mag adds about 50% of the base value of the pistol.
 

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The Blue book will tell you that a matching mag adds about 50% of the base value of the pistol.

And many would say that is crazy! JMHO.:cool:
 

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Thanks for the replies. Looking for magazine number 6233y.
Is this the best place to look? Is there a data base anywhere for mis-matched magazines?
Thanks so much.
 

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Don Hallock put together a huge orphan magazine list. Sorry but I don't see your magazine on his list.
 

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The Blue book will tell you that a matching mag adds about 50% of the base value of the pistol.
You forgot the "/s" Dave.
 
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