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    CMP Carbines

    CMPicon is now offering all the service grade carbines, except IP, SP, & M1A1icon.
    3-6 month delivery.
    Orest has said he expects all carbines will be gone in 2009, think he means it.



    http://www.thecmp.org/m1carbine.htm


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    I wonder how many carbines the CMPicon has sold since last year...

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    I wonder how many carbines the CMPicon has sold since last year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPlourde View Post
    I wonder how many carbines the CMPicon has sold since last year...
    My guess is 80,000 carbines. No wonder carbine ammo is scarce.
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    Ed, that's the first time someone's agreed with me on that!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Johnson View Post
    My guess is 80,000 carbines. No wonder carbine ammo is scarce.
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    Heck, I figured the same thing!

    Ammo gone, WWII stocks are expensive, slings gone, everyone has a 'stock pouch' mounted (they'll remove later ;-) etc, etc...

    Happy to see so many new people are falling in love with carbines.
    I can't blame anyone for falling in love with carbines. I've seen several M1icon Garand, 1903, and 1911 regulars asking questions after they got their first carbine from the CMPicon as well as knew people I've never seen before

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    Yes! Talking about getting hooked. I didn't just grab the bait, I got netted too.

    My ONLY regret is not getting hooked a couple years ago when the ammo was cheaper than snot and a lot of it out there.

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    I don't want to get stuck in the rush to buy the newly posted Carbines.... So here's the new rule... no one is allowed to place any orders for carbines until I get to the post office on Monday... I promise to leave plenty carbines for everyone else to order on Tuesday.... hmmmm, anyone up supporting that idea?????

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