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Original WW2 Paratrooper Carbine


 Original WW2 Paratrooper Carbine   Guns > Rifles > Military Misc. Rifles US > M1 Carbine
Item Details
Condition: Used, Minor Wear
Item #: 964804033
Caliber: .30 Cal. (other)
Location: GA
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Seller Since: Jan. 2012
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This listing is for an M1A1 Paratroooper Carbine brought back from WW2 by a family mamber. The Rifle is in beautiful condition , and functions flawlessly. All numbers are correct and the Bore is as new . Condition and Finish of the wood is fantastic . Casting number in the Buttplate is # 257614 . This is correct according to the Ruth Book . Please let me know if you are interested and I can provide photos.

Many Thanks Jim

I ship with FEDEX . Buyer pays all shipping and Insurance . I do not ship without insurance .

Trades Accepted: Sorry , I do not take trades

I provide three day inspection .I do not subscribe to buyers remorse. Business is Business. Unless the item is faulty / or other than described, after three days the item belongs to you.Please be sure that what you purchase is what you want . If you feel there is a discrepancy to be discussed then please contact me. Buyer accepts "All" responsibility for the purchase and shipping . Once the item is turned over by the seller to the shipping company for shippment to the purchaser, It is the responsibility of the shipping company and purchaser to resolve any disputes. For the protection of all concerned parties , I photograph the entire item prior to shippment .
For firearm purchases , I most strongly recommend that a gunsmith inspect any weapon purchased prior to firing. The weapon should be certified safe for use , by a licensed competent gunsmith. In the event of Antique weapons ,the purchaserr assumes all responsibility /liability for the usage of the firearm and holds the seller harmless . By purchasing this weapon / item, I hereby release the seller from all liability and accept the full and complete responsibility for the disposition and functioning of the weapon / item purchased.

MC ok