Korean War Surplus M1 rifles

Schultz

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I guess this means that the CMP is a bad organization for selling them also. :roll:
 

thebrasilian

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2 more years. That's all I got to say.

But a release of that many rifles would definitely lower the price of something that I want. Well at least I hope it would.
 

Fat Tony

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Yeah, another step on the toes of our Second Amendment right... I send DeMint and Graham a letter on this topic, if everyone who has interest in it does the same, maybe something will change.

I want both of the rifles that are on the list for import, the current price ranges of either of them right now keeps me from getting them.
 

thebrasilian

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Fat Tony said:
Yeah, another step on the toes of our Second Amendment right... I send DeMint and Graham a letter on this topic, if everyone who has interest in it does the same, maybe something will change.

I want both of the rifles that are on the list for import, the current price ranges of either of them right now keeps me from getting them.
Post up your letter so we can use it.
 

Fat Tony

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I sent it to them via their websites or I would post it up for you.; I made sure to point out the direct attack on our rights and how deplorable the excuse the Obama administration used was. Do a search for Graham and DeMint on google and you should get links to their Senate pages..
 

Midnight Raver

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Dipstick criminals wouldn't even touch the Garands- too big, heavy, and they would hurt their shoulders firing the first round. Not to mention they wouldn't spend the money on that kind of ammo either. High capacity of a whopping 8 rounds???

I can somewhat understand being worried about the carbines, damn them pussyass Demokrats...

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