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Trade my WWII rifles for your Guitar!

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Item Classifieds' started by CAL30M1, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. CAL30M1

    CAL30M1 Longview, WA Active Member

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    Now for sale in the firearms classifieds.

    I have a collection of genuine WWII firearms that I'm looking to trade.
    Specifically I am looking for a nice electric guitar.
    The rifles I have listed are collectively worth around $2k, so that gives you an idea of the quality I'm looking to trade for.
    Depending on what you have I would be willing to trade one, or maybe even all four for the right one. +/- cash may be an option as well.

    Brands I'm interested in are Gibson, Fender, Paul Reed Smith
    Les Pauls, Stratocasters, Telecasters or whatever else you may have.

    Remington M-1903A3. 99% finish. August of 1944. Stock is very nice. Proof stamp, FJA stamp, RIA-EB & AAX aresenal stamps. Stock is also stamped with serial number.
    This came from the CMP about 10 years ago as a service grade and I have not fired it. It is in amazing condition. It's getting difficult to find one this nice. CMP COA and sling included.

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    Inland M1 Carbine. Early serail number 526,XXX (JULY 1943). This would be the correct serial number range for a M1A1 Paratrooper if you have an M1A1 stock.
    Late factory rebuild. Bayonet Lug, Adjustable rear sight, excellent bore, new springs. 99% finish, re-import marked, excellent birch M2 stock, mag pouch (slightly different from photo) with sling and oiler.

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    Japanese Arisaka.
    Good condition. Partially ground mum. Stock looks nice but has fixable hairline at wrist.

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    German Mauser K98 S/42, 1936. Very good condition. Frosted bore wish sharp rifling. Very good shooter. Early milled parts, no import marks.
    Very nice early stock with plate butt stock.

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  2. sultanofswat

    sultanofswat canby, OR Member

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    Would you be willing to sell the m1 carbine?
     
  3. CAL30M1

    CAL30M1 Longview, WA Active Member

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    I am not opposed to selling them but am going to wait about a week to see if I get any trade responce before I list them for sale individually.
     
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