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I’ve recently picked up a couple of magazines for a Thompson 1928 A22.  While looking at the magazines, I noticed one magazine had a notch cut out in both the front and back while the other only had a notch cut out in the front.  Is there a purpose for the second notch or would the magazine with only one notch cut out also function in my firearm? Thanks in advance 

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If i remember correctly, those magazines also worked in the mitchell 22 copy guns. 

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that single stack curved  .22 rf magazine body was produced by the "BINGHAM" company  and used as the basic magazine for countless other's I have seen 10rnd and everything in between 30 rnd. many variations  used a sheet metal "clam shell" around the top. 


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