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#1 Fencer

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Posted 04 June 2004 - 06:31 AM

I know everyone hates evil bay, but I put my M1A1 parts kit up there, figuring that I was never going to be able to afford the M1A1 I want, and will need the cash to help finish my 27A1 at PKs. I had my old email still on that account. blink.gif I have since changed that. Probally some of you have looked at it, and if anyone has any questions please feel free to contact me through this board or ebay (now).

We now return you to the indepth discussion of excellently constructed small metal boxes, altoid tins and corvettes. biggrin.gif

M1A1 Parts Kit on Ebay
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#2 Fencer

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Posted 04 June 2004 - 09:16 AM

Excellent idea, I will have to check my gun chest and see what I can dig up.

Thought about including one genuine "rare" Type XX 10 round only holding bullet holding device, but
did not want to give them any reason to delete the item.
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Posted 04 June 2004 - 09:56 AM

Yeppers you're caught in the frenzy to dump it while you can... Just like you most likely, I paid four and a half for some IMA kits to just put away... I just bought a, on ebaY™, complete kit with alum reciever, kerr sling, oil bottle, and cleaning rod for a BIN price of 6 bills.... Using the $450 price I paid on my other kits... I paid $150 for the 80% reciever, original sling, cleaing rod and oiler..... Which "I" think is a very fair price... YMMV dry.gif

Good luck on getting the good price.....

Some guy is selling a lot of 6 kits at a start bid of $350 per also....
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Posted 04 June 2004 - 12:56 PM

I took a look at some of the kits listed. Geez... they look awful rough compared to the '28A1 kit I got a few months ago from IMA. Are these Ebay kits representative of what's typically available?

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