What if anything. Do you think ''Hacksaw Ridge'' Will do to WWII gun prices?
The prices are nuts now at the CMP.I'm going to get my Garand through the CMP.
Their prices don't fluctuate like that (I don't think).
Haven't seen the movie, but added it to my watchlist. Thanks.
Woah! That's lots more $ than the last time I checked.The prices are nuts now at the CMP.
I bought a correct grade M1 about ten years ago for $950.
Now these, and all the nicer offerings are only offered at Auction.
Have a look at prices.
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Last I checked, CMP is out of lower grade to mid grade Garands and it's not looking good for them to get any replacements any time soon, if ever. Now if Trump would okay the release of Garands into the US from Korea, that could be a good thing for us.
Let us prey they do return home.Last I checked, CMP is out of lower grade to mid grade Garands and it's not looking good for them to get any replacements any time soon, if ever. Now if Trump would okay the release of Garands into the US from Korea, that could be a good thing for us.
I am cautiously optimistic.I was looking for a price on one of my 1911A1's and saw this one like it.
It got me to wondering if there is a bit of a surge in WWII guns.
Or maybe it's just people feel better about spending money?
In any case. Hacksaw ridge and movies like it. Never hurt WWII gun prices.
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Let us prey they do return home.
Yeah, I saw this movie the night before a 2-day firearms class. It was great and put a lot of emphasis on why having a med kit and getting some training is so important. Almost no-one in our class had a IFK on them. One of the guys in class is a Navy Medic so I talked to him about his kit during lunch and have made some changes to my own.Nothing.
Good movie, though.
That medic (Desmond Doss) was one fearless SOB.