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    M1A's, two different ones

    My two M1A's, Loaded in a JAE Gen1 stock, and Bush 18" in Sage, early model in Navy Grey Name:  IMG_1536.JPG
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    I like em, here's mine
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    Looks good
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    Those are nice rifles!
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    Very nice rifles! Would love to get my hands on a paratrooper M1 Carbine with folding stock. Had an opportunity a few years back but wasn't quick enough to act on it.
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    M1A

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    M1A as issued. These also did well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RdrBill View Post
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    M1A as issued. These also did well.
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    M-14.
    Hell of a rifle.
    Going on 50 years since I was issued mine.
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    We had the web sling, not leather.
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