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Old 12-23-2011, 09:41 PM
pcbowman pcbowman is offline
 
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Thanks for your help with this. I have an AYP nato on order from a CMP member, and found a few local mags made in korea. Liked the shop so much I bought the wife a Ruger LC9 for Christmas! Maybe she won't be so upset when I buy a Kimber 1911 for our Anniversary!
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Old 12-25-2011, 10:23 PM
pcbowman pcbowman is offline
 
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Thank you everyone for your replies and input. for those who asked, I paid 75.00 dollars for the M1. I put another roughly 40.00 into a case, cleaning, supplies and a box of ammo. She shoots as straight as I could ask of of 66 almost 67 year old rifle that is in poor condition. I plan to oil the metal, rub in some boiled lindseed oil for the stock, and keep her just as she is. Thank You to all. and

Merry Christmas!
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Old 12-31-2011, 02:44 PM
T-Rex T-Rex is offline
 
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Hello! A newbie here to the forum. Got my first MI Garand for Christmas. I want to do some research on it but don't know where to start. Needs some tender loving care as the stock has some hair line cracks in it but I don't want to do anything till I have some history on her. Any help would be appreciated.

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