Original 1941 & 1942 Low Friction Pattern 1 MG34/42 50 rd Belt with Bump and Rib Pattern as shown
Manufacturer Marks Vary
General MG34/MG42/M53/MG3Belt Info:
- German 7.62 NATO belts work for both 8mm and 7.62 NATO
- Pre-1941 German solid / loose-type belts work or both 8mm and 7.62 NATO
- Late-War "low friction" Pattern and Yugo 8mm belts work for 8mm. The 7.62 NATO case is slightly larger than the 8mm case, so these belt tend to hold 7.62 NATO ammo too tight.
Magazine Shipping Restrictions
If you use our web store to order magazines for shipping to a restricted state, there will be a 8% order cancellation fee.
STATES WITH APPLIED MAGAZINE RESTRICTIONS
- California — No magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Colorado — No magazines greater than 15 rounds, effective July 1st, 2013
- Boulder — No magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Connecticut — No magazines over 10 rounds will be shipped to customers with shipping addresses in CT. As of 10/1/13 in order to comply with CT Senate Bill No. 1160 magazines holding 10 rounds or less can only be purchased if buyer provides a copy of driver's license and ONE of the following: state handgun carry permit, long gun certificate, or ammunition certificate.
- Hawaii — No magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Illinois - There are no magazine restrictions in the state of Illinois, with a few local exceptions
- Aurora, Skokie, Chicago, Evanston — No magazines greater than 15 rounds
- (North Chicago) — No magazines greater than 16 rounds
- Highland Park, Cook County, Dolton, Homewood, Deerfield — No magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Deerfield — No shotgun magazines over 5 rounds
- Maryland — No magazines greater than 10 rounds October 1st, 2013
- Massachusetts — No magazines greater than 10 rounds
- New York — No magazines greater than 10 rounds
- New Jersey — No magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Vermont — No magazines over 10 rounds will be shipped as of April 13, 2018. No pistol magazines over 15 rounds effective immediately.
- Washington D.C. — No magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Washington State — No magazines greater than 10 rounds
MAGAZINE RESTRICTION EXCEPTIONS
- Law enforcement officers must provide both their credentials and a letterhead signed by their department's superior officer stating that the magazine will either be used in the execution of the L.E.O.'s duties, or off duty. We only recognize City Police Officers, County Sheriff Deputies, and State Police (including Highway Patrol) as L.E.O.’s.
- Some of the states listed above may not have L.E.O. exemptions. Please contact us BEFORE placing your order.
The above chart lists state restrictions currently known to brpguns.com on the sale of magazines. BRPguns.com has carefully researched this list but does not offer legal advise or make any guarantee to the accuracy of this list. It is the responsibility of the buyer to research and obey all applicable local, state, and federal laws in regard to the possession, use, and sale of any magazine purchased from brpguns.com.