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    M1A1 folder

    I have the Inland M1A1icon wood NOS, had it many years, also about the same time I found a complete M1A1 Inland stock. Problem with the complete stock was that someone inletted it
    for the M2 parts, very crude work. Also they attached a TSM front grip using glue and screws. The metal folder is in excellent condition. I decided to put the folder together using the new wood and the exc condition metal. Will take some photos of the complete stock. Here are some photos of just the wood taken in 2008


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    I can help you fix your problem if you want it. I just hope it dose'nt upset the knowledgable experts or snowflakes because they are tender and voices make them cry. But they are going to put the greatest M1icon Carbine display together to educate us novices. Their contribution in collecting is secound to none. Mr. Propaganda will tell us this I'm sure.

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    This buyer must be collecting wood ammo boxes. This lot of WRA box sold for $256.95 + $31.55 for shipping...... A Total of $288.50
    6 bidders submitted a total of 19 bids. So crates must be Hot right now.
    I like them and I'm glad I have a collection of them purchased over the years at much lower prices.
    About 7 or 8 of mine came from a barn sale for $10 each. Full of misc hardware, nuts and bolts. $5 for the box $5 for the hardware in them.
    I display some and use others for 'Extras' storage..... Ammo cans, Bando's, Slings, Parts, Pouches, Carbine tools... etc.

    Maybe a Dad bought this box for his own Fathers Day present?

    I remember when a new boat I purchased was delivered on Mothers Day, while the Wife was grocery shopping. I rushed to put a Bow on it and told her I hoped she liked it !
    I hadn't mentioned I had bought it prior to its delivery.

    Good Weekend All



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    That's right, Paul, emote it all out, little guy. I never got around to thanking you and Glenn for running down that para stock at Huntsville a year and a half ago. You guys beat him up so badly about the trench art that he offered it to me for $600. Dang. That's making a person buy it. That's also the show I was helping Phil out at when he was bailing on Carbines.

    btw, I'm a car guy who can't see the purpose in going to car shows.

    Quote Originally Posted by RCS View Post
    I have the Inland M1A1iconAttachment 100911Attachment 100912Attachment 100913Attachment 100914Attachment 100915 wood NOS, had it many years, also about the same time I found a complete M1A1 Inland stock. Problem with the complete stock was that someone inletted it
    for the M2 parts, very crude work. Also they attached a TSM front grip using glue and screws. The metal folder is in excellent condition. I decided to put the folder together using the new wood and the exc condition metal. Will take some photos of the complete stock. Here are some photos of just the wood taken in 2008
    I once got a free one that looks very similar to the one in the OP. I stared in my rear view mirror all the way home afraid someone was following me to come steal it back later. No kidding.

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    Oh bless your heart you are ok. When are you doing your 17% patina M1icon Carbine display? I have told alot of collectors about your knowledgeable collection and they are ready to see it. Is Mr. Prapaganda going to help you. And I read your email you sent to 6 Ring about our reputations being tarnished. You are the cornerstone of M1 Carbine collecting but that was a insiteful email you sent I need to publish it for everyone to read. I found your youtube video enjoy but where is Mr. Propaganda?

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    The thinnest Carbine finish I own is an IP of prob 65-70% and Glenn was considering it at Murfreesboro last show.
    You probably should take if off line.
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    Take it easy and relax. Should be a nice weekend and we are all here to share.
    If any have issues, please use the Private Message system.

    Robert,
    Any chance the M2 cut M1A1icon stock could be repaired ?

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    I tell you what I will put up $20,000.00 dollars to your $1000.00 if they are the same stock. Get Crayola crayon man who started that BS to help you raise your money to take me up on my offer. I just so happen to have both of them here with me to prove your snowfake mind wrong don't cry by my offer let's settle it. We can meet in Tenn. if that helps you. Come on prove me wrong you could use the $20,000.00 to get some therapist to help you. Little man that is rich so I assume you are a BIG MAN let's bet and settle this once and for all.

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    Painter 777 you started this crap so let's settle it. My $20,000.00 to yours and igotapee $1000.00
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    Quote Originally Posted by PBI View Post
    Painter 777 you started this crap so let's settle it. My $20,000.00 to yours and igotapee $1000.00
    Paul,
    Are you talking about the post where I asked which Rock Ola that one stock was Original to?
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    I already have $20,000. It's not important for me to have other people know what I have.
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