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