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Posted: 12/12/2003 4:54:03 AM EST
How practical is it to build a Garand from parts like you would a AR-15? I see them in the $1,000 price range and up. The cheapest I've seen one is $700. I can't afford that (sob) but I could afford doing it part by part but I don't know if that is a realistic idea or not considering I am not an expert gunsmith. Anyone do this? How hard is it? Where would I look for some good info on how to get started to make sure I don't mis-step and buy inferior parts. Thanks for the info.
Link Posted: 12/12/2003 5:09:12 AM EST
how about 500 from the CMP?
i love mine. it's worth every penny.
cheaper and easier than trying to build one!
Link Posted: 12/12/2003 3:23:59 PM EST
Heck, how 'bout $400 for a "Rack Grade" from CMP?

-- Chuck
Link Posted: 12/15/2003 8:31:23 AM EST
I have seen lots of nice racks come out of the CMP. The rifles are nice too!
Link Posted: 12/15/2003 2:06:47 PM EST
Oh man,I'm kicking myself for selling the Korean Import M1 Garand I bought when I was in high school for $260.!Live and learn!!
Link Posted: 12/15/2003 2:22:58 PM EST
I love my CMP Garand. Probably my favorite firearm. Not only for the history, but because it is a very accurate shooter. I'm hoping to get another one for my birthday in April. Best $500 I've ever spent on a firearm.
Link Posted: 12/15/2003 8:53:40 PM EST
Earlier this year, my son was bitten by the "Garand Bug", at a local gunshow.

A few months later we received our CMP Garands, after having a fantastic time at the qualifying match and meeting a lot of great people.

To me, my Garand is worth a lot more than the $500 I paid for it.
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