-All Web Gear Items Are OD #3 unless Otherwise Stated.
1) U.S. Jump Boots (At The Front) repro Size-11 $100 Slightly Used (worn 3 times) 2) U.S. Jump Boots (Unknown Maker) Size-11/12 $75 Moderate - Heavy Use (The tongues have minor tears & needs new laces) 3) U.S. M42 Jump Uniform (Epic Militaria) repro $80 Trousers- Stamped 36", fit like 34" Jacket- 44" Slightly Used (worn 3 times) 4)U.S. M42 Jump Uniform (At The Front) repro $60 Trousers- 38"-40" Jacket- 46"-48" Moderate Use (No Rips or Tears, but the jacket's wrist snaps are torn) 5) x1 Complete M1 Garand Web Set $100 M36 Musette Bag (rubberized for D-Day invasion) M36 Suspenders M1928 Cartridge Belt (repro) Canteen Set (1945 OD #7) M43 e-tool cover & shovel (OD #7) M43 Carlisle Bandage Pouch (repro) 6) x1 Basic Pistol Belt Web Set $70 M36 Pistol Belt (repro) M36 Suspenders (repro) M36 Musette Bag (repro) WWI Canteen & Cover M43 e-tool cover & shovel (OD #7) M1923 .45 Pouch (repro)- fastener is damaged 7) x2 M1 Garand Bandoleers (repro) $15 each One Bandoleer has hand stenciling on it... 8) x1 U.S. Officers Trouser Belt w/ Brass Buckle $20
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At the Front, What Price glory, and WW2 Impressions are the three approved sites. Send me your hat size, boot size, dress shirt size, trouser waist size, and coat size. I will send you direct links with the best quality and prices available at this time. Also, do you have an M1 Garand yet?
Post by trooperbleed on May 12, 2019 2:23:42 GMT -8
The CMP is a still on of the best sources for a good, servicable M1. The CMP has some requirements that they require but are not hard to meet as well as the paperwork. But you will get an original M1 for a decent price.
Post by trooperbleed on May 14, 2019 23:27:46 GMT -8
The CMP is always a good option for Garands. The M1A1 carbine was used throughout the war by the parachute infantry including Sicily, Italy, France, Holland, Germany and any point between. They also used the fixed stock M1 carbine. I believe it was intended to be issued to mostly NCOs, officers, Special Weapon crews and HQ staff but you will need to check with our HQ if you want to carry one. The WW2 M1A1 had the folding stock, flat bolt, flip aperture sight and no bayonet lug. Check with our authenticity officer if the one you found is OK. What do you mean by "dry fire". Is this a blank only gun or prop gun? Hope this helps.
Post by lynchknot2 on May 23, 2019 14:40:50 GMT -8
The M1 that i found, or most, say its dry fire and dont shoot blanks. Would i need to get one that fires blanks or just a prop weapon? Ive seen a few prop M1 rifles for sale, mostly for show, no firing blanks.