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Old 02-24-2010, 01:15 AM   #11
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Unfortunately CMP sold off the last of their complete rifles.
is there any way to know when they will get more??
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is there any way to know when they will get more??
The CMP 44US Incomplete for $65.00 + $22.95 S & H is a good deal. You ought to look into getting one.
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I got an incomplete and I had a buddy get one. His was missing the mag it has sights bolt firing pin and everything but the mag. Mine looked like the used it to drive tent stakes into the ground for 40 years.

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Received two Incompletes from CMP. Both pretty nice for the price ($65.00 + $22.95 S & H). Both were missing rear peep sights, magazines and plastic safety markers (another $75.00 to $100.00, maybe less if your lucky). Bores and metal were great (no rust), bolts were good with good firing pins, stocks a little beat up, but useable. It's luck of the draw, but a good deal. [IMG][/IMG]

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beautiful rifles c3 & poochie...those are some very nice rifles...the pawn shop down the road has had one in the store for 3 years now...hasnt came down on the price any either...i tried to work out a deal with him on the rifle...but he want budge from the 250 price tag...im wondering...are these rifles worth that price?

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Law a 44 us for $250. If it has the sights and is complete with a mag then OMG BUY it and buy it now. They are going for over $300 on guns america and gunbroker.....

The s-130 and a mag with set you back at least $150.

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well good lord i had no idea!.......im pretty sure it has the mag...cant remember what sights it had on it?....as sure as im typing (pecking) that rifle is gone now...guess i should have waited a couple of weeks on ordering that psl-54c rifle...as i'll be broke untill next payday...(story of my life)

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The CMP 44US Incomplete for $65.00 + $22.95 S & H is a good deal. You ought to look into getting one.
Well took the advice and me and the pops both bought one. Both are in good shape considering the age and probibly how they have been treated. Mine is missing rear sights, the saftey dots (or whatever they are) and the trigger guard needs to be replaced. My dads is missing the same with no trigger guard and the bolt opens and closes with much force. Other than that they are great. cant wait to refinish mine and make it a shooter. Im very pleased with my $65 purchase. Ohh and one question for you guys... Mine has a nice glossy barrell while my dads has a grey dull finsh, does this mean mine was re blued? and one more, mine has 4 tapped holes where the sights go, why is that? Thanks guys
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"Well took the advice and me and the pops both bought one. Both are in good shape considering the age and probibly how they have been treated. Mine is missing rear sights, the saftey dots (or whatever they are) and the trigger guard needs to be replaced. My dads is missing the same with no trigger guard and the bolt opens and closes with much force. Other than that they are great. cant wait to refinish mine and make it a shooter. Im very pleased with my $65 purchase. Ohh and one question for you guys... Mine has a nice glossy barrell while my dads has a grey dull finsh, does this mean mine was re blued? and one more, mine has 4 tapped holes where the sights go, why is that? Thanks guys"

Looks like you & Dad made out OK. Never seen one D & T with 2 extra holes for the receiver sight, looks like someone was experimenting on sight adjustment. Pretty sure the bluing is original and the dull grey finish is called Parkerizing, a military finish, it was refinished by the Military Armorer. You can get most of the parts you need from Havlins: Receiver sights = $65.00, Safety pegs = $1.00 each, Magazines = $45.00 each and Triggerguard = $18.00 plus S & H. 12 gauge shell cut for muzzle protector is a good idea, I have one on both of my 44US's and all my 20 ga shotguns. The hard working bolt probably needs a good cleaning and lube. The actions on these rifles is very simple, easy to disassemble and reassemble it doesn't take a Rocket Scientist to maintain one.
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