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Old 04-23-2011, 11:38 PM   #1
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i was checking out thier website for ammo & notice they have M44 carbines back in stock little pricey but i thought the M44's,M39's surplus dried up?so maybe this means they will be uncovering alot other mil-surplus firearms in the near future!

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Old 04-25-2011, 08:25 PM   #2
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I noticed that too, the price isnt too bad. I'm starting to see 91/30's for that price. get the m44 while you can just in case they do dry up!

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check out gunbroker.com,last 4 i bought was less than 100bucks each...in good shape too...happy hunting

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Sigh--I let a really nice M44 (1946) with a very clean bore go for $125 six months back.

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i feel your pain egg...this is why you always buy atleast 2 of everything in firearms!

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LOL--yes!! That's the solution.

And never succumb to the "I don't really need this one" mind-set. You ALWAYS need it.

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