I was looking through a few boxes and found some Ceiner 30 round 22lr.

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magazines, for the AR-15/ M-16 conversion. They are still new in the wrapper and I know I have had them since at least 1995-97, as that was when I had my M-16. I can’t find any on the intranet. Can anyone tell me a realistic value? Thanks in advance.
 

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Last two on gunbroker sold for $30 and $49 respectively.
 

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Could you point me to those auctions? I have searched completed auctions and can’t find anything. Thanks again.
 

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Could you point me to those auctions? I have searched completed auctions and can’t find anything. Thanks again.

I searched completed auctions for "ciener magazine" (You have it spelled incorrectly) I'm not overly familiar with the converted mags but if the conversion piece is bolt on, they may sell for more as Bingham mags.
 

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Are these the "inserts" for a standard AR mag
or
Blackdog style.....all plastic.

Was yours the 261 or whatever # conversion?
 

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Original Ciener Atchisson metal 30 round mags from the 1980’s and 90’s. I am charging my camera and will post a couple of pictures in about 30 minutes. I don’t know what the number on my M-16 22lr conversation was. I sold it and several used mags with the gun around 2000-2001.
 

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Pictures show the same mags that the J.A. Ciener Corp. still sells at $39.00 each, plus $15 shipping; and any order under $100 has a 'small order handling fee' of $15 tacked on.

MHO, YMMV, etc. Be well.
 
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