WW II Pistols

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  1. Gatordiddy

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    Mehhhh.... probably a lot of them to be sold. Not sure how valuable they will be as collectors items.

    I last carried on of these around 1986 or 87. They sure as hell arent carry pistols. Mine sounded like dropping that can of nails and spare hardware you keep in the garage when you the flipped the 1911 from side to side. It jammed every other magazine or so too, and had sights that even my young eyes couldnt see.
     
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    • AlexDaGator

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      I’d be more interested in a repatriated Garand.


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        I have a friend who has a couple of the CMP Garands.
         
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        I agree.
         

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