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    Cluke,
    Have only ran about 5 loaded mags through the rifle with the XL7 spring, did very well. No issues.
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    Just Received & Assembled the Following MR-7 Magazine Parts from Numrich:
    952370 Magazine Box, In The White Price: $19.60
    952360 Magazine Follower, New Price: $10.45
    1455410B Magazine Spring, New Factory Original (XL7) Price: $6.65

    Total Cost: $36.70 Plus Shipping.

    Turned out to be an Almost Exact Copy of my Original MR-7 Mag.
    The Box is in Very Good Condition & will only need a Light buffing w/ 0000 Steel Wool.
    Then I'll Cold Blue it w/ Oxpho Blue.

    Seems to Cycle both Dummy & Factory Ammo Perfectly.

    Gonna Order Another Set, This Weekend.
    That Way I'll Have 2 Spare Mag Boxes.

    UncleSarge58
    It Seems to Me that A Fully Loaded Lever Gun w/ a Short Barrel & Heavy Boolits Will Be Very Handy when the Fecal Matter Hits the Rotary Air Moving Device.
    US Army SGT 76-80 & USAR Drill SGT 87-91
    74, 336RC : .30-30AI / JM / MG / Weaver 3-9 X 40 w/ 17.5in. Barrel & Muleman Hunter Loop.
    84, 1894CS : .357Mag / JM / MG / Weaver 1-3 X 20 w/ Safety Delete & Custom Mule Loop.
    97, MR-7 : .270WIN / JM / 6G / Vortex 4-12 X 44 / NRA Medallion / Fancy Walnut Stock w/ Matte Finish.

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    Parts Came Yesterday
    2nd Mag Box Also in Great Condition.
    Now I Need to Drive back Home to Arkansas & Get my hands on my Oxpho Blue, So that I can get them Blued.
    Both Springs & Followers are Marlin Factory New Condition.
    Now I Have a Total of 3 Mag Boxes!

    I'll keep One Loaded w/ 130gr Winchester Super X Power Points.
    The Second Loaded w/ 120gr. Hornady SST (For Coyotes).
    And, Third one Loaded w/ 160gr Nosler Partitions (For Black Bear).

    Almost as Versatile as my .30-30....But Not Quite!

    US58
    It Seems to Me that A Fully Loaded Lever Gun w/ a Short Barrel & Heavy Boolits Will Be Very Handy when the Fecal Matter Hits the Rotary Air Moving Device.
    US Army SGT 76-80 & USAR Drill SGT 87-91
    74, 336RC : .30-30AI / JM / MG / Weaver 3-9 X 40 w/ 17.5in. Barrel & Muleman Hunter Loop.
    84, 1894CS : .357Mag / JM / MG / Weaver 1-3 X 20 w/ Safety Delete & Custom Mule Loop.
    97, MR-7 : .270WIN / JM / 6G / Vortex 4-12 X 44 / NRA Medallion / Fancy Walnut Stock w/ Matte Finish.

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    The xl7 magazine springs are out of stock at Numerich. Any other source?


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