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Old 04-07-2020, 01:11 PM
goufyarlo goufyarlo is offline
 
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She told me over the phone yesterday. 300 for rockola
She was testy when i asked. 35 to ship
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Old 04-07-2020, 01:55 PM
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So, I called - mostly for fun - and mentioned I was surprised the rifle I received had a RIA front sight and post WWII rebuild marks. The customer service woman was friendly, but continued to insist that NONE of the rifles were rebuilds. Not sure where to go from there, so I'm just going to enjoy what I have. No complaints about the grading. It is excellent to unissued.
It's a nice carbine with interesting history. It will go up in value.
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Old 04-07-2020, 05:45 PM
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I would like a Winchester. and I dont think my luck would be that good. So I may have to pay for the manufacture hand picked. Which stinks.
If they're going to charge a premium for a Winchester, you might be able to do better by buying on Gunbroker for something with no import stamp.

So, it's 899 plus 150 for a Winchester in rebuilt condition? 1050? You could probably wait a week watching Gunbroker and see something with no import stamp in the 11-12 range. For a CMP one maybe a little more.
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Old Today, 09:40 AM
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From what I am seeing is some are mixmasters and some mostly original with maybe a replaced stock.
It would really help if guys actually sent the data sheets in!

data sheets can be found here
http://www.uscarbinecal30.com/forum/...s_topic26.html

Data sheets go to Datasheet@UScarbinecal30.com

These data sheets over the past 40 years have been an important tool in narrowing ranges where certain parts were used in what serial range. It also helps fill the gaps in transferred parts that were documented as well as those that were not.

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Old Today, 09:48 AM
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[QUOTE=New2Brass;1927816]From what I am seeing is some are mixmasters and some mostly original with maybe a replaced stock.
It would really help if guys actually sent the data sheets in!


Agreed. Sent mine in and would love some feedback.

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Old Today, 11:29 AM
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From what I saw they were all sent there as part of a military assistance type program in 1945. If it is true, and they were sent there in 1945 there maybe a bunch with original parts since the rebuild programs didnít start until some time later. But, Iím guessing they will have to be import marked.
Oh no. The dreaded import mark. It's worthless now.
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Old Today, 02:00 PM
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I wonder if any Un-Quality carbines will show up?
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Old Today, 04:11 PM
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One already did, it's posted on Carbine Collectors Club site.
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