M14s, M1 Garands & Carbines, Enfields, M1903s
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CMP M1 Garand owner here.
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- Location: St Pete
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- Location: Cocoa, FL and Fort Payne, AL
I also have one but I don't know if it was originally through CMP. I bought it from a fellow member of the Titusville Rifle and Pistol Club. It makes a nice stable mate to my Springfield 03-A3 and my M1 carbine.
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At least you can show us unfortunate ones a few pics.
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- Location: N.Central Florida
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- Location: West Palm
I'm probably going to wait for some collector to die before I can nab one of their 35 Garands in an estate sale.
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Nice looking rifle... Nice display
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My '45 Springfield with Beretta parts and a Danish VAR Barrel with my HK SLB 2000 in .30-06 Springfield.
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Oooh, I got 2 HK SLB-2000's. It's quite a heavy little weapon for what's essentially a carbine. One has a slightly shorter stock (bought it from a guy who had done that), and my wife has used it, but she likes the weight of her 12-ga better for deer hunting. I bought a replacement forearm and stock set recently, in case I want to revert it to factory. I prefer my Browning BAR in .30-06 for deer and pigs. Never shot a Garand, but my dad, a marine from WWII and Korea, still alive, loved the Garand and has long talked about them.
Member since early Obama regime
HK, Ruger, Browning fan