WTS OR Underwood M1 Carbine, 1949

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  1. dcghostrider

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    Gone
     
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  2. Trailboss

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    What version of the Garand is this? Looks kinda short.
     
  3. yskippy

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    That's an M1 carbine...not a Garand
     
  4. HotRod61

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    Your in box is full.
     
  5. TwinStick

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    Too bad your buddy wants/needs to sell the rifle that was issued to his father. GLWS
     
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    Sorry, not sure what I was thinking. NOT A GRAND.

    Thank you
     
  8. dcghostrider

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    I told him he should keep it, just not a gun guy
     
  9. TwinStick

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    Deleted unnecessary thread jack.

    GLWS
     
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    Now open
     
  11. Orlando8

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    Nice looking carbine but your friend is mistaken ,it could not have been issued to his father in Korea.
    The K. art stamp on the reciver stands for Norwegian Coastal Artillery. Since the Carbine was used by the Norwegians it would not have spent time in Korea
     
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    More information to add, thank you
     
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    Conversation started.
     
  14. BEN LILLY

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    Ask your friend if he would trade for a Honda TRX
    250 ATV. INCLUDES BRAND NEW TIRES.
     
  15. dcghostrider

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    Looking to cash out for now
     
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