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F/S Springfield M1A

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by shooter99, Oct 19, 2009.

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  1. shooter99

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    For sale NIB M1A Springfield Scout Squad. Mossy oak stock. Check the Website above for details. $1800.00 plus shipping to your FFL.
     
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    You're killing me! If only I had that kind of money laying around...(!) I guess for now I'll have to be satisfied with my Garand. :)

    R/s,<br />
    Charlie

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    Charlie, The Garand is a very fine weapon I know that I like mine alot. I won't mention my class three stuff if this is too high.
     
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    I dearly love my Garand! Also, I didn't mean to imply that the M1A is overpriced; just more than I can afford right now. :-(

    R/s,<br />
    Charlie

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    Both the Garand and the M14 are great rifles. Wish I had the money to add this one to the safe.
     
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    GW11 tell me about your class three stuff. I will tell you about mine.
     
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    whiz-bang

    A nice 1928 Thompson with drum and sticks (favorite), M16A2, Mac 10, Uzi, HK 91 and a BMG.

    Everything is pricy to shoot now so I just have to fondle them.
     
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    GW11 I have a AO 1928 Thompson all matching never rebuilt in mint shape. My drum still has factory grease in it yet. One of the best investments I made as far as guns go. Have a AR18 also in mint shape. Sold a MG34 years ago biggest mistake I ever made. Looking at a SW76 I might add.

    I am doing a job for a friend and he is thinking about us taking down a old stave silo. We will make quick work of that with a MG42. He likes that idea.
     
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    whiz-bang, sounds like fun. Enjoy!!
     
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