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    QHMC Worth $4000 - $4600 ?

    GB Item 897118194
    Among other things that will show up among the few hundred pictures be sure to see -
    Picture #116 looks like the attached picture below. But no mention. Too busy with the creative FANTASTIC, AUTHENTIC, ORIGINAL, 100%, SUPER RARE, BLA BLA BLA.... Description.

    FAT Barrel Stamp - Italianicon Inspection Stamp and date
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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    GB Item 897118194
    Among other things that will show up among the few hundred pictures be sure to see -
    Picture #116 looks like the attached picture below. But no mention. Too busy with the creative FANTASTIC, AUTHENTIC, ORIGINAL, 100%, SUPER RARE, BLA BLA BLA.... Description.

    FAT Barrel Stamp - Italianicon Inspection Stamp and date




    I wonder if he still has the FAT marked stock that it came with? The Italian returns that I purchased from the CMPicon for a little over $500, now sport nice, appropriate, original manufacturer stocks also...but I saved all the original Italian arsenal marked stocks to include with the carbines if I ever sold them. Somehow I don't think I could get $4,000 for them however 😁

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    Italians until recently still had a few hundred M1icon Carbines which they recently sold. The majority of these rifles were in NOS condition, similar to the one from the auction. Probably half of them were lacking the bayonet lug/had the early band configuration, however NONE had the flip sights. I pictured one of these rifles here: https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=72702 . It would not surprise me if these rifles soon will turn up for sale in the US, but then with import markings of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Promo View Post
    Italians until recently still had a few hundred M1icon Carbines
    One of the pictures looks like the receiver has had a Wrench on it.
    Then a complete refinish over the pitting.
    Over here someone will miss that barrel stamp and pay big $$ for a Mis-represented Carbine.

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