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    lots of toys and goodies for each

    1911 is has a springfield stamp, but made by colt... which is correct for one built in 1918

    m1 I believe is an inland off the serial#

    I posted this over there... but the thread wasn't all that well titled, so I'll try again
    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum55/16061.html


    way too close to out of debt, and I want a new toy (like the rest of the world, an AR)

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    uncoolperson wrote:
    lots of toys and goodies for each

    1911 is has a springfield stamp, but made by colt... which is correct for one built in 1918

    m1 I believe is an inland off the serial#

    I posted this over there... but the thread wasn't all that well titled, so I'll try again
    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum55/16061.html


    way too close to out of debt, and I want a new toy (like the rest of the world, an AR)
    Wow. I'd love the 1911 but right now is not a good time for me to be spending money. My grandad brought his back from the war in 1945 (manufactured in 1918) but it got stolen from my uncle's house in about 1983. I have the serial but have pretty much written off ever getting it back. I'm sure it has been destroyed by now. I have wanted one for quite some time, however. Good luck with your sales and with your new toys.

    Just so you know, Springfield Armory (not the company that operates under that name right now but the actual government armory) started building these under license during WWI due to high demand.

    You may also be interested in the Gospel According to John (Moses Browning), available here.

    http://www.frfrogspad.com/jmb.htm

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    I like the carbine, but I'm trying to pick up some SKS and other toys before the libs try taking them away.

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    sale pending...

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    both are still for sale, something more important than guns came up with the prospective buyer (i guess people are free to believe there's more important things than guns...just kidding man)

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    Uncoolperson, we need to talk. I want an M1 Carbine. I will send you a PM.

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    2k for the set.
    come on you know you want it.

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    I want the M1. Want a Sig 225 package?

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    surfj9009 wrote:
    I want the M1. Want a Sig 225 package?
    sorry, no

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    How about $500 and some reloading stuff?

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    surfj9009 wrote:
    How about $500 and some reloading stuff?
    I have more reloading stuff than I can use at the moment. Thanks for the enthusiastic interest (and in hindsight not taking offense to what with the flaws of typed responses could be considered offensive...)

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    Hmmm. Well, crap!! I just bought a Springfield M1A Socom and a Taurus Judge!!

    Never enough money or stuff to trade. I have an upper for sale though, maybe when it sells I can buy you Carbine if it is still around. the bidding on it is up to $605 right now.

    i also hope to have my Grendel sold soon too.

    I am going to send you another PM.

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    surfj9009 wrote:
    Hmmm. Well, crap!! I just bought a Springfield M1A Socom and a Taurus Judge!!

    Never enough money or stuff to trade. I have an upper for sale though, maybe when it sells I can buy you Carbine if it is still around. the bidding on it is up to $605 right now.

    i also hope to have my Grendel sold soon too.

    I am going to send you another PM.
    for everyone that owns a m1a socom the prices are double out of jealousy
    (kidding of course)

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    Haha. I hear ya. The time has come to ge the good stuff huh?

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    surfj9009 wrote:
    Haha. I hear ya. The time has come to ge the good stuff huh?
    the good stuff is for sale right here.

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    uncoolperson wrote:
    surfj9009 wrote:
    Hmmm. Well, crap!! I just bought a Springfield M1A Socom and a Taurus Judge!!

    Never enough money or stuff to trade. I have an upper for sale though, maybe when it sells I can buy you Carbine if it is still around. the bidding on it is up to $605 right now.

    i also hope to have my Grendel sold soon too.

    I am going to send you another PM.
    for everyone that owns a m1a socom the prices are double out of jealousy
    (kidding of course)
    Congratulations on your purchase surf. I'm still in love with my SOCOM 16!

    And don't worry uncoolperson, the prices doubled on the SOCOMS themselves so we can afford it if we bought ours long enough ago. :celebrateNeener neener! (kidding too hehe) All joking aside, I'd love to have an early model 1911 like you have for sale, but I know I can't afford it.

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    I was in Big 5 today and saw an Inland M1 Carbine that was selling for $1000:shock:

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    surfj9009 wrote:
    I was in Big 5 today and saw an Inland M1 Carbine that was selling for $1000:shock:
    Sheesh. I'm assuming it was one of the more collectable numbers matching rare serial numbers or something? I don't know all that much about the M1 Carbines. I know there were some very collectable models and there are also some that will only sell for a few bills.

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    It wasn't a collectible at all from what i know. It was an Inland that was reimported from Korea. Same rifle you can buy from the CMP.

    http://www.thecmp.org/m1carbine.htm

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    surfj9009 wrote:
    It wasn't a collectible at all from what i know. It was an Inland that was reimported from Korea. Same rifle you can buy from the CMP.

    http://www.thecmp.org/m1carbine.htm
    Ah OK. I can't believe they'd want double the CMP price for a non-collectible. I think it was the Rockola's I was thinking of when I was asking about the collectible stuff. on a side noteI think it would be fun to have an M1 Carbine made by IBM!

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    I think it would be a hoot to own any of them, but your right. And Inland would be nice too. I have been keeping my eyes open for one for a while, and am still considering this one here.

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    The carbine is gone, the 1911 is still around.

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    Still around...

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    ARE THESE TWO GUNS FOR SALE THE M1 CARBINE AND THE 1911 AND IF SO WHAT ARE YOU ASKING FOR THEM?

    RANDY

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    the 1911 is still around, I'd like to see 1500 out of it and all that stuff that goes with it.

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