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User avatar #187 - kamikazikraut (06/25/2014) [-]
I know the feeling all to well. I'm improving on a 1946 Temco Swift as well as my 1946 Luscombe 8e. They're both polished aluminum. Being able to fly in something you're restoring is amazing. Similar feeling when I restore a rifle and have people asking about it at the shooting range.
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User avatar #122 - kamikazikraut (06/25/2014) [-]
I bought my June '44 Springfield M1 for $650. The wood on it was shit though, but.. It was a Garand. That was back in 2008. About two years ago I was at a military surplus shot and saw a nice shiny stock in a saddle holster. I pulled it out and it was a M1 stock. I asked the man if I could trade my old stock and some old WWII tanker suits that I had acquired. Threw it on my rifle and she's purtier than ever. Handguard is kinda nasty, but it gives her character.

I've had to sell my 1935 French MAS (no import marks), 92FS, snub nosed 637-2, and a few others for financial reasons. I've also bought a few that I saw as a good deal, and turned around to post them on Gunbroker to make a good profit.

You can still find some CMP Garands out there for $700ish if you're patient.. They're in rough shape though.
User avatar #123 - captfuckhead (06/25/2014) [-]
Ah, but I like it rough. It's my hobby(possibly passion) to restore old, beat up, and neglected rifles to their former glory. It's a very good feeling to bring in a gun in essentially just a box of parts, and a little time, a little money, and before you know it, you're on the firing line, settling in behind it as you prepare to touch off the first round of its new life.
User avatar #187 - kamikazikraut (06/25/2014) [-]
I know the feeling all to well. I'm improving on a 1946 Temco Swift as well as my 1946 Luscombe 8e. They're both polished aluminum. Being able to fly in something you're restoring is amazing. Similar feeling when I restore a rifle and have people asking about it at the shooting range.
#115 - My dad is in a similar boat. He, at one point, owned the Sox A…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/25/2014 on Long Live Space Race 0
User avatar #117 - kamikazikraut (06/25/2014) [-]
Gah... Isn't that the shit though? My dad told me about five years back, "Son, I'm looking for a 1911. I was thinking of picking up an old surplus one. I remember they would sell for about $50, so I'm looking at around $200 now." He about shit when I told him they sold for $2000...
User avatar #118 - captfuckhead (06/25/2014) [-]
Oh yeah. One of the things I bought with my share of inheritance from when my Grandfather passed was an M1 Garand. Dad shat a brick when I was excited to pay only $900 for one, when dad said, three years before I was born, he could buy any M1 Garand he wanted through Sears, from a barrel full of them, for $70 apiece....

I don't have the Garand anymore....had to sell it to fund an emergency trip out to California to take care of something for my fiancee(she's in school out there), and he was further floored when I turned a rather nice profit on it.
User avatar #122 - kamikazikraut (06/25/2014) [-]
I bought my June '44 Springfield M1 for $650. The wood on it was shit though, but.. It was a Garand. That was back in 2008. About two years ago I was at a military surplus shot and saw a nice shiny stock in a saddle holster. I pulled it out and it was a M1 stock. I asked the man if I could trade my old stock and some old WWII tanker suits that I had acquired. Threw it on my rifle and she's purtier than ever. Handguard is kinda nasty, but it gives her character.

I've had to sell my 1935 French MAS (no import marks), 92FS, snub nosed 637-2, and a few others for financial reasons. I've also bought a few that I saw as a good deal, and turned around to post them on Gunbroker to make a good profit.

You can still find some CMP Garands out there for $700ish if you're patient.. They're in rough shape though.
User avatar #123 - captfuckhead (06/25/2014) [-]
Ah, but I like it rough. It's my hobby(possibly passion) to restore old, beat up, and neglected rifles to their former glory. It's a very good feeling to bring in a gun in essentially just a box of parts, and a little time, a little money, and before you know it, you're on the firing line, settling in behind it as you prepare to touch off the first round of its new life.
User avatar #187 - kamikazikraut (06/25/2014) [-]
I know the feeling all to well. I'm improving on a 1946 Temco Swift as well as my 1946 Luscombe 8e. They're both polished aluminum. Being able to fly in something you're restoring is amazing. Similar feeling when I restore a rifle and have people asking about it at the shooting range.

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#1 - fausticorn ONLINE (02/19/2013) [-]
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You beat me too it!!!!
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