Hey Mark. I didn't know U.S.A mag, made 10 rds, but I guess so. I don't know if they are marked or not. For 10 rounders I got some Pro-Mags from fourfour mag. They are as slick, and identical to the Ruger mags, except for the Eagle. They work as well as my Ruger 5 rd mags.
BTW, I'm moving the thread to the Mag section, but leaving a redirect for better response.
Hi Mark. I have four USA 30rnd mags, none of which are marked with the name - just the bags they came in. I have seen one 10rnd in a local shop that was marked on the bag only, so it seems that they do not mark the mags themselves.
i thought so. I just bought a 10 rd mag in a U.S.A bag. I had a SKS mag marked on the side and a 30 rd mini mag marked on the bottom. This new mag works good so far( minus a few burrs i had removed) no jams and positive lock up- for $10 i cant complain. thanks guys.
reb---These look like the same ten rounders I bought from CDNN awhile back. If they are you'll need to open up a 1/4" hole in the plastic base plate before you can disassemble them. Mine had some surface rust inside that needs to be cleaned out. I didn't have much luck with these but if I get the time I want to see if I can get them to function reliably because they're well built mags. This being said I would prefer to have the ten round ProMags instead.
The ones I am getting are supposed to be promag. I did not buy them from that auction I just used it to show who I bought them from. Hope they are indeed the promag because that is what I told them I wanted.