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    German Carbine Parts Supplier and Auction Site

    Found this supplier/seller.
    Google translation makes it readable for me.

    See a high number Inland M2 7,132,634...... Linked below-

    .30 M2 Carbine Systemhülse - Inland mit Visier - Collector Gun Parts

    Link to other receivers and misc parts they are offering:

    Collector Gun Parts

    I found the above seller on this Auction Site. Again a Google translate and typed in the search... M1 Carbine:

    https://www.egun.de/market/list_item...arbine&quick=1

    Anyone vacation in Germanyicon ??
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    Was on there last week poking around myself. Interesting for sure.

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    Those are some sweet "system sleeves" for sure. I find it interesting that a Rock-ola receiver is 89 Euro and a trigger spring is 20 Euro? Other small parts very pricey as well.

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    Wow an M2 Inland receiver in the 7.1 serial number range for 109.00 Euros. Stamped M2 and it's in Germanyicon and not allowed back into the US.

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    Privet solntse !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce McAskill View Post
    and not allowed back into the US.
    That's why I left a message with Jason Bourne to stop by, pick it up and drop it off.
    I'll let you know when to expect it......

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    Painter, Your agent who was spying has been rounded up. He is spilling all of your secrets. Something about women's fashions in your sizes? And M1icon carbine receivers that are naked with no barrels? This is very hard to understand Comrade Painter.


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    Don't know about this Germanicon site, but... A year or two ago I found myself needing the cam for a new model bolt tool - and it was on E-Bay from a business in Franceicon- one mentioned favorably here... Took a deep breath, spent my money and got exactly what I needed from overseas... Who knew? That one experience has me much more willing to go afield for items needed. Have no experience with this German business - but if someone does order from them please post up how it went.

    That whole business of importing firearms, or parts that are banned here seems like something to be avoided from this corner. I can screw up on my own without running afoul of the ATF or other alphabets...

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    Lemaymiami, I think the receivers are the only things that can't be legally brought into this country, parts like triggers, barrels etc can.I too have ordered quite a few things from the guy in Franceicon with no problems at all. France is where my usgi bolt tool and four or five extra pawls came from and actually arrived fairly quicker then one would think coming all that way. I have never bought anything from a vendor in Germanyicon and I am curious as well if anyone has ordered anything from this site and their experiences
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    Egun is a legit site, my company advertise on thier and i personaly know the guys behind Egun.. like any auction site you get good sellers, bad sellers and indifferent sellers. I buy and sell on there regularly. you can actualy switch the site into English.

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