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Deputy
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Posted - 01/31/2008 :  1:53:12 PM  Show Profile Send Deputy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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MrJitters
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Posted - 01/31/2008 :  5:34:32 PM  Show Profile Send MrJitters a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Thanx Deputy. That's one I am saving. Now I need to get a bolt tool. Anyone have a favorite?

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Deputy
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Posted - 01/31/2008 :  7:27:57 PM  Show Profile Send Deputy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
MrJ: I looked on Numrich and it appears there are two available from them. One is genuine GI and the other is a repro. GI costs more, of course. I saw a weird one on E-Bay that supposedly does both Garands and Carbines. But I don't see whow that's possible. Here's a pic of it with the link:



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USMC Moe
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Posted - 02/27/2012 :  3:53:32 PM  Show Profile Send USMC Moe a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Deputy,
This site will not open and I was wanting to learn how to break down my M-1 for cleaning and parts ID.
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Deputy
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Posted - 02/27/2012 :  5:23:10 PM  Show Profile Send Deputy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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MrJitters
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Posted - 03/03/2012 :  7:39:16 PM  Show Profile Send MrJitters a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hey Dep!! How you been?

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Deputy
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Posted - 03/04/2012 :  12:17:15 PM  Show Profile Send Deputy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Hi Mr. J! Been okay. Recent battle with kidney stones but recovering now. Been into buying WW2 P-38 pistols. Here's some pics:







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Airdale26
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Posted - 01/23/2015 :  2:26:46 PM  Show Profile Send Airdale26 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
The P38 is an excellent addition to any gun collection. While this pistol was to replace the P01 (luger) during WWII. It is a good design and function is straight forward. The only issue I have from a combat frame is the location of the magazine release. From a collector point it is a good firearm. Picture. Nice piece.
It fit well in ones hand feels solid and action is very good.
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