Boltless Rackers at the CMP

Discussion in 'General Military Arms & History Forum' started by Dr342, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. Dr342

    Dr342 New Member

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    Well I took the plunge, for $325 I figured, What the heck. Guess its strictly luck of the draw and no refunds no returns....worst case I guess I have a parts gun.

    Haven't seen too many USGI Parts guns for $325, have you? :D

    Anyone else in?
  2. wpage

    wpage Active Member

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    Sounds interesting,,,
    Let us know what its like.
  3. Dr342

    Dr342 New Member

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    Well it arrived the other day. Quality Hardware with Rockola barrel. Very beat up potbelly stock and all Inland parts. ME was 1.5 Ill find another stock but well worth the $325
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    xm774u Former Guest

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    theyre gone. god i want 1 more m1 carbine im glad your happy 1 bought 2 m1 garands
    from the cmp and was very happy i got a 1940 date reciever ! i know mixmaster
    but i love the pre pearl date and a 43 i also had scuffy wood but there fixed now
  5. Dr342

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    Congrates! Pre-war are hard to come by, even at the CMP store. Carbine was a big surprise for me. It actually had a G-3 or Service Grade on it. Had I known I would have ordered 3.