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Old 09-16-2019, 08:16 PM
M1 sniper M1 sniper is offline
 
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All carbines Iíve seen here in Ohio have been over a grand.
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Old 09-19-2019, 03:21 PM
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Nickg, Greenville and Columbia, SC have shows that you may find a decent carbine at an acceptable price.
There is a guy that goes to both shows that always has 3-4 Garands and 3-4 Carbines. Tell him what you are looking for and he may be able to help you find it.
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Old 09-19-2019, 06:18 PM
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In DFW they're all north of $1000. Pretty much the same for 1903's and Garands.
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Old 09-20-2019, 06:16 PM
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I sold an Inland about a year ago for $1,000 (north east of Dallas, Texas). It was a mix-master and the barrel had been scrubbed / polished (as if someone was trying to make it look like stainless steel). I wouldn't have paid $500 (unless I was going to buy and flip), but the buyer was pleased as punch to pay $1,000.

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It ha, with a barrel that had been scrubbed / polished
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Old 09-21-2019, 06:39 PM
m1garand1055 m1garand1055 is offline
 
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I was just at a show at Centre Hall, Pa today and there was 4 carbines that I saw there . One guy had three on his rack and I think the cheapest one was $1395 and another guy had one for around $1250 and he told some kid while I was standing there he would knock $25 off if he wanted it. I thought that was mighty white of him. He had a IHC Garand and told the guy it was all original until the guy pulled the stock off and found out it was a Boyds replacement stock. He wanted $2500 for it. High prices at gun shows for Carbines and Garands around this area and no one is walking out the door with them.
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Old 09-22-2019, 07:32 PM
JGW006 JGW006 is offline
 
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There are several M1 Carbines listed on TexasGunTrader right now. 2-3 are listed under $800. One is a 5 digit listed at $2,000.

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Old 09-23-2019, 06:08 AM
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At the gun show in Atlanta over the weekend:

5 carbines 900 thru 1300
2 M1A 3000 thru 3200

None sold..
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Old 09-23-2019, 07:30 PM
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Sold one recently $1100
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Old 09-23-2019, 10:49 PM
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I was just at a show at Centre Hall, Pa today and there was 4 carbines that I saw there . One guy had three on his rack and I think the cheapest one was $1395 and another guy had one for around $1250 and he told some kid while I was standing there he would knock $25 off if he wanted it. I thought that was mighty white of him. He had a IHC Garand and told the guy it was all original until the guy pulled the stock off and found out it was a Boyds replacement stock. He wanted $2500 for it. High prices at gun shows for Carbines and Garands around this area and no one is walking out the door with them.
I rather wish there was a way of reporting fraudulent representations at shows, so that sellers like that would get the boot.
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Old 09-24-2019, 10:11 AM
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I haven't seen good deals on gun show tables in years. And I haven't seen people buying firearms from dealers' tables in years either. I don't know why the same dealers seem to be at the same shows, paying for the same tables, and bringing out the same inventory, and (from my observations) selling very little. Maybe they have nothing better to do with their weekends?

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I was just at a show at Centre Hall, Pa today and there was 4 carbines that I saw there . One guy had three on his rack and I think the cheapest one was $1395 and another guy had one for around $1250 and he told some kid while I was standing there he would knock $25 off if he wanted it. I thought that was mighty white of him. He had a IHC Garand and told the guy it was all original until the guy pulled the stock off and found out it was a Boyds replacement stock. He wanted $2500 for it. High prices at gun shows for Carbines and Garands around this area and no one is walking out the door with them.
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