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Old 12-31-2010, 04:23 PM   #21
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They are a fine rifle. And a piece of history. There is just something about having one! I have a Springfield Mass. NM and one that is just a good standard shooter.

WARNING! Do not get M-1 Thumb!!!!!!

IT HURTS LIKE H--L!!!!!

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Old 01-02-2011, 09:04 PM   #22
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Sniper762,

Wow that is a nice rifle and look at that wood. How many years has it been since you purchased the old Gal! $650 for a D? Had to be some time ago.Like maybe when Noah got of the Arc! Can't even touch a good shooter grade for that at DCM or anywhere else.

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bout 20 years ago. the m1d lottery had just started.

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@jdhagen65...

nothing wrong with your rifle. thats just what happens when they get a bit older. for alot of people its a plus because theyre thumbs dont get slammed all day when they want to shoot it...

idk if it is fixable or not but it should be fine as is

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