Still have that Underwood Carbine

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Still have that Underwood Carbine

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Todd

Did you ever sell that Underwood Carbine?


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Re: Still have that Underwood Carbine

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No, we still have it and the CMP papers that go with it. I also picked up a couple 1903's, M1 Garands as well as a bunch of mausers.

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What price do you have on the 1903's? WW I, II or in between?


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Are the mauser's russian captures? What shows are you doing?


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Re: Still have that Underwood Carbine

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The K98's are RC guns and have nice bore and various stock conditions (some have shellac some don't). The Gew's are not RC.

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