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    WTB: Colt 01911A1 WWII Reproduction & A semi-auto M16A1 clone.

    The handgun MUST have a "United States Property" mark. The rifle MUST NOT have any A2/A3/A4 parts. For use as shooters, NOT safe queens. Please be willing to trade. Face to face meeting only, in South Carolina.
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    I have both of those in the vault. An SP-1 and a WWII AND 2 WWI Reproductions, new in the box. Everything unfired. No interest in selling. Why do these trip your trigger?
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    I don't really care about the reproduction kraft boxes or if they are unfired(unless they were shot to sh*t). I despise modern tacticool firearms. Rails and extended & ambidextrous everything aren't my cup of tea.
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    I live in CO and have a 1977-78 vintage SP-1 if you decide to buy out of state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rigby View Post
    I live in CO and have a 1977-78 vintage SP-1 if you decide to buy out of state.
    Unless you're CDNN or Buds who I know, I can't do out of state except MAYBE someone from North Carolina. But as I said, "face to face" and "trade".
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