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    You notice that they don't have a photo of the rifle assembled?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcathey View Post
    I have parts to two of these Garands. Not enough bits to make one complete rifle.
    A small display of just the action, maybe. Sure wish I could find a loose trigger group but I imagine there aren’t many of those floating around.
    Would you consider a rapid prototype plastic version?

    Have no idea what it would cost

    Have a buddy with a printer - could ask if you are interested

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    That would be better than nothing! Yes, definitely. Thank you!

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