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Old 04-10-2013, 04:05 PM   #51
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Ill gladly jump though those hoops for a IH

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Ill gladly jump though those hoops for a IH
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If you are to lazy to meet a few simple requirements then by all means go elswhere and pay more. Just do your homework before you do so you dont get stung on a bad rifle
CMP is the best place for a person that doesnt know what to look for
JMO yours may vary
"Lazy"? Is it "lazy" to itemize your allowable expenses on your federal income tax return? Is it "lazy" to talk to an accountant about ways to reduce your federal tax liability through careful tax planning?

I don't consider what the OP was discussing to be "lazy", no more than the guys who developed the bicycle to avoid all that walking. There is nothing wrong with finding a better way for you so long as it doesn't interfere with others finding their own way.
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I was not calling the OP lazy

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All I can say is, whoever has the Garand I want for a price I can afford will get my money....


I woulda bought one already, but I cant bring myself to spend that for a Garand....

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What does "IH" mean?

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International harvester.
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Thanks Ky. I'm not too knowledgeable on Garands, are IHs a desirable model? If they are, why?

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Thanks Ky. I'm not too knowledgeable on Garands, are IHs a desirable model? If they are, why?
Because their the rarest...

... And International people are crazy ( )

I gotta have one because I have a International pickup and Scout...
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I always thought the Springfield or Remington models were the rarest. I really want to learn more about Garands. I can only afford to save up for one, so I want to make my purchase count. So, the IH would be my best bet for collectability?

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