WWII M1A1 Paratrooper Carbine

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  1. CAL30M1

    CAL30M1
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    Saginaw M1A1 SPF.
     
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  2. padd54

    padd54
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    Do you have any Provodence" that proves this is indeed as you stated?
     
  3. madcratebuilder

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    It certainly appears to be as the OP described. The value is the original "paratrooper" stock, $$$$ for collectors. It's a common type 3 action and parts for the most part. The price seems in the ball part considering a all "original" Inland Paratropper is around $5K, even a "correct" paratropper is close to $3K.
     
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    Yes, but without the paperwork, it doesn't matter. I believe the only "true" paratroopers came from CMP with a certificate. I happen to have one the CMP paratrroper carbines. For more info, check out the CMP forum.
     
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