Yes, 100 round mags are available on the aftermarket (mostly from FL internet dealers). They go for about $350 each and will snap right into these Calicos. 50 round and 100 round mags are interchangeable.
Why these two Calicos are attractive to MA buyers:
1. They are here for you to fondle and appreciate (as opposed to some internet promise)
2. They are MA legal because they were previously-owned by a MA resident and all the paperwork is in place. They originally came from Four Seasons Firearms.
WHAT THE MARKET IS GETTING FOR PRICES (check the internet if you don't believe)
"NEW" LIBERTY 50 $800
(Calico hasn't been making these for years! "New" are 'left-overs' and 'returns' languishing in distributor stock)
USED LIBERTY 50 $750
(Talk about holding resale value!)
SPEEDLOADER $100 (very unusual to find any)
FRNT PISTOL GRIP no longer available (used to be sold for $75)
LASER RAIL no longer available (used to be sold for $75)
BRASS CATCHER no longer available (used to be sold for $75)
FACTORY MANUAL no longer available (used to be sold for $15)
longer available (used to be sold for $25)
Thus a new Liberty 50, when all the parts were available, would cost you
$1165+shipping+transfer fees etc.
And a used Liberty 50 that comes with a front pistol grip (if you can find one) will be
$845+shipping+transfer fees etc.
The asking price for the unfired Calico Liberty 50 (sn B003671):
UNFIRED LIBERTY 50 $1,064
FRONT PISTOL GRIP
The asking price for the fired (about 100 rnds in a proper barrel break-in)
Calico Liberty 50 (sn B002370):
FIRED LIBERTY 50 $674
incl FRONT PISTOL GRIP
If somebody wants to buy just
one Calico, the above are the prices and accessory arrangements. There is no
need to "bargain" because these are very hard to come by and include
However, these should be sold as a pair,
because the fired Liberty serves as a backup parts rifle into the long-distance future while still being able to be operated as a 'partner' weapon or a range/practice weapon. That is exactly why I built the combined kit the way you see it configured here. I believe the entire lot should be sold intact, and I am willing to price the entire lot to make that financially attractive.
THE ENTIRE LOT FOR $1,398!
Why does this price make sense instead of buying just the new Liberty? The reason is that a replacement 50 round mag is $250 (when you can find them, which is nearly never). $1,064+250=$1,314
For a mere $84 more, the buyer not only gets the second mag, but AN ENTIRE SECOND LIBERTY 50 for parts that happily also fully functions.
So by combining the two weapons I've dropped the price a full $696.00
from the going market value of $2,010.
As I say, I have priced the entire lot 35% lower to make it financially attractive.
There should be no need to "bargain" the price down further to make the sale. It's not like there are thousands of these on the market.
There are exactly two available in MA proven to be legal, and here they are!
The buyer might ask "Why is he selling these?"
The answer is two-fold:
1. I love 'em, but my wife (also Class A) couldn't ever get a good cheek weld. She kept calling them "the cute ones" and went back to her higher calibers.
2. I have "plenty" of other firearms, most in pairs, and these Calicos are no longer the highest priority. So rather than clutter up the safe I'm offering them to somebody who will appreciate a bit of history that is still technically competent, fun to operate, and has the "Holy S**T" factor on the range. Maybe it's just a guy thing, eh?