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    M1941 Johnson Rifle Archive Collection

    Guys, I couldn't find Johnson Rifle section, so I will post here.
    I am selling my M1941 Johnson Rifle Archive Collection.

    Here is link to the pictures. Almost 300 of them.
    Box full - almost 20 pounds of pictures, articles, documents, books. Some very old.

    https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...U0MVB1UDE2MHNn

    Since this is very unique, I have no idea what its worth, so I listed it on eBay.

    Moderators - please let me know if this is not OK, and I will edit this post. Thanks.

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    Yes, I had a couple too. I had an original military and a sporter military both with the rotary mag. Never did see the one with the vertical box. I had the bayonet and scabbard too of course...all long since gone. That's quite a package of collectables.
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    I wish I could afford one, they have gotten quite expensive last few years.


    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    Yes, I had a couple too. I had an original military and a sporter military both with the rotary mag. Never did see the one with the vertical box. I had the bayonet and scabbard too of course...all long since gone. That's quite a package of collectables.

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    When I sold the correct and complete military version, it was to a friend. He bought an M1icon carbine, M1 Thompson that had been converted auto to semi only as our laws then said and the Johnston...for $1500 CDN. That was about 1989...things were sure different then, in so many ways. I also sold my Marlin Rockwell BAR for $1000 at that time. It was about perfect.
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    For those looking for a Johnson and other goodies.

    Johnson Model 1941 - Collector's Source, Military Collectibles Online

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    Please post this in the appropriate forum, Classifieds/Commercial Auction and Sale "Gossip."

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