I often cringe when I see some product engineered to comply with the byzantine gun laws in these localities. So I was pleasantly surprised when I first saw the MAG Coupler. Here’s a product that — while catering to shooters facing magazine capacity restrictions — is simply just plain clever and cool.
After eight months of crickets, the phone call came. Two days after paying by credit card, the Service Grade M1911A1 showed up at the local FFL01. It was good condition WWII era M1911A1 with a Colt frame and Union Switch & Signal slide.
The CZ27s went primarily to the German Army, but pistols were produced for the Kriegsmarine, Police, and a small number for commercial / non‑military use.
In March 1939, Hitler’s forces invaded and occupied Czechoslovakia. The Strakonice arms factory was under control of the Germans and to supply several types of arms to the German war machine, including the CZ27. By 1941, small arms production shifted into high gear.
This web site located here is dedicated to the early Walther pistols from the early 1900's with the model 1 patent being filed on August 07, 1909 though the model 9 that was in production in the WW2 era.
Armory Racks® "Magnet Rounds" Hanger for Magazines, Accessories & Small Guns
Comes with 2 Round Magnets
The round wall mount magnetic storage hanger rack allows you to display or store a magazine or small handgun almost anywhere. The rubber coated mounting magnets works with semi-automatics, revolvers, magazines and other accessories.
Safely keep your handgun available to you when you need it. Your mounting locations are nearly endless, offering the ability to mount the rack in plain view or hidden away.
The rubber coated magnets will firmly hold your firearms without scratching them.
Sealed rubber housing includes N50 rated neodymium magnets for superior hold
Included in the package will be 2 magnets, (2) 3/4" silver self-tapping screws & (2) pieces of adhesive already attached to the back of each magnet.
1.25" Diameter and .25" H - Low profile design allows for a sleek concealed mount
Mount Your Gun Vertically, Horizontally, or Upside Down
Mounting Instructions - It is very important that your new Armory Racks® Magnet Hanger for Guns and Accessories be securely mounted to support the required weight of your intended firearms or accessories. Two 3/4” screws are provided along with 3M adhesive backing but may not be the best for your application. The screws provided are best used in wood and if you are mounting the magnet to a different surface alternate screws should be selected. Please be sure you use the proper fasteners for your mounting surface.
Neodymium magnets are a member of the rare earth magnet family and are the most powerful permanent magnets in the world. They are also referred to as NdFeB magnets, or NIB, because they are composed mainly of Neodymium (Nd), Iron (Fe) and Boron (B).
The specifications N50 is a measurement for the quality of the magnet material. This tells you two things:
How much "magnetic energy" per volume is contained in this magnet material
Our magnet is a N50 and has a pull force of 36 lbs.
What temperature the magnet can be used
Our magnet can take temperatures of up to 80 °C or 176 °F