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    Thanks for posting the pics of the IHC, looks like a great rifle!
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    A LOT more work went into bringing these back than I had realized. Kudos to the folks who undertook this task.

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    The CMP does amazing work. That is a Beautiful rifle! Enjoy!!!

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    Plinker

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    Great story about how these garands returned back to the U.S. Hope some more of the old warhorses return, like 03-A3 Springfields and M-1 carbines.

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    what are the cheapest organizations you can join to satisfy cmp requirements? I see service grade available, but doesnt say philippine, is there another category?

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    Cheapest way I've found
    1) LTCH covers the shooting aspect
    2) Garand collectors is $25 a year for your club, plus it comes with a quarterly magazine that's pretty nice

    If you go to the north store to pick out your Garand you can join the Garand collectors while your there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voldemort View Post
    what are the cheapest organizations you can join to satisfy cmp requirements? I see service grade available, but doesnt say philippine, is there another category?
    The Indiana Rifle & Pistol Association also qualifies at $25 a year.

    https://isrpa.wildapricot.org/JOIN

  8. #18
    Plinker

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    I can't believe the CMP is using Hackberry for the stocks on some of their M-1 rifles. Where I live, Hackberry is only used for making pallets. It splits easily, is hard to stain, and when it dries out, it breaks easily. What stocks I've seen are just down right ugly. What happened to all the walnut and birch stocks?

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    I suppose it depends on what grade you get. My Service Grade came with Walnut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DangerousDave View Post
    I can't believe the CMP is using Hackberry for the stocks on some of their M-1 rifles. Where I live, Hackberry is only used for making pallets. It splits easily, is hard to stain, and when it dries out, it breaks easily. What stocks I've seen are just down right ugly. What happened to all the walnut and birch stocks?
    I thought they used walnut for any that needed new stocks. Where did you hear about the Hackberry? Mine is a Special Grade, so it has a new manufacture walnut stock on it.

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