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WTT WA USGI M1 Carbine Inland

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by fry, Aug 24, 2014.

  1. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    Blue Sky import marked on barrel. Looks to have been through arsenal rebuild.
    WTT for Smith Wesson 686, 617 or PC revolver.
     
  2. 38 superuser

    38 superuser Shelton WA New Member

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    Would you be interested in a S&W Model 58 .41 Magnum?
    OR a very well cared for S&W Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman .357 mag with 6 inch barrel and presentation case ?
     
  3. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    yes. I fell off the face of the planet working 6 and 7 days a week. sorry to have not contacted you.
     
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    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    bump
     
  5. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    and again
     
  6. 38 superuser

    38 superuser Shelton WA New Member

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    fryguy-
    I only have the 28-2 now. Still interested?
     
  7. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    yes
     
  8. 38 superuser

    38 superuser Shelton WA New Member

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    We should get together. Do you live in western wa?
     
  9. 38 superuser

    38 superuser Shelton WA New Member

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    we should get together. I live in Shelton.
     
  10. mikeybuck

    mikeybuck Clark county Active Member

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    How much fry? I have some cash along with some ol car parts... Honda, jeep, Toyota :cool:
     
  11. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    pm-ed my phone number last weekend.
     
  12. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    are you serious? still have the 686?
     
  13. mikeybuck

    mikeybuck Clark county Active Member

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    Ya, I have a full racing exhaust for a Honda civic. Vtec power yo. Should be a far trade for your carbine. Exhaust should bolt right up to anything with a hole for a nut and bolt. lawn mower, zuk boat motors, anything 454, even an ol jeep.

    686, no....I traded that off a long time ago... took home some new in box little ruger carbine.
     
  14. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    does the jeep have a frame? engine? axles? double body lift?
     
  15. mikeybuck

    mikeybuck Clark county Active Member

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    I do have a built rock crawler. Just A 90s jeep, built 4.0, has a k&n cold air intake and tb spacer.
    I fabd up my own lift. I used two 3 inch body lift pucks, welded them together, and bolted um into place. This gave me a total of 6 inches of lift!
    Axles are good ones, Dana 44, the 44 stands for 44 inch tires. So needless to say over kill.
    Wheels, I did something custom, I run dually front and rear. Talk about total flotation in sand and snow!
    And body amour, all most forgot. I used rebar exo cage, and bumpers.

    Much more that I'm forgetting. I'll sell trade if you want. Your gun plus some money. I'm building a fast Honda for drifting and racing for emblems and could use the money for that project.
     
  16. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    still no mention of a frame, your such a tease. im not into cherocars mang.
     
  17. mikeybuck

    mikeybuck Clark county Active Member

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    Frame rusted out, was gone when I got it. Most of the body is rust free. Only thing needing replaced would be floor boards.
    I used a nice frame from a Ford pinto that I used for my frame swap. Much stronger than the original jeep frame.
    Most of the body mounts lined up, and only one original motor mount lined up. Lucky I was able to chain the other side of the motor down. This thing is for real. Daily driver. could use an alignment, and tires.

    I'll even sweeten the deal with a couple ol grateful dead posters!
     
  18. 38 superuser

    38 superuser Shelton WA New Member

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    Fry Guy-Let's meet at the Oak Tree (exit 20) next week and inspect each others fine weapons.
    You name the time and I'll meet you!
    Bruce Bennett
    Shelton,WA 360 789 9129