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I recently bent my magazine on my magnum air framing gun. I was wondering where I would find the magazine to fix it or if it would be better to replace the gun?

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Depending on how bad it is bent the magazine is usually rather expensive. The way we used to "straighten" some is to take a block of wood and strike the end of the magazine against it to pull a slight bend out of the magazine so it was usuable. Put the end of the wood on the ground and hold it in place with your feet and hit the end against it, checking for the best alignment. This only works if the bend is not severe. If you give me the exact model and brand I will try and find a source for the part also. Let me know if you need more assistance.

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