Re: 1943 mi carbine
considering the cost to restore this to original specs, 400-500 in parts
I cant justify the spending right now. I am 1 of the 5+ million on unemployment.
I decided to sell it off to somebody who will take the time to restore it.
I appreciate all the info though. This was a fantastic learning experience in history.
my next project is to work on an 1850's fowler shotgun. It is a l.e.g belgium 300 dollar wall hanger but worth the time to restore. All the parts are there just need to clean it up.
Again thank you for all the input