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Costs of M1/SA/Win Early WW2

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by eclancy, Dec 20, 2007.

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  1. eclancy

    eclancy Member

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    Gentlemen,
    The title tells us most of the story. Here's the rest. In Jan. 1941 Winchester was charging 116.18 per rifle. SA was charging about 39.73. On to 1942 and Winchester is charging about 116.15 per rifle UNTIL July and the price for a Winchester is around 83.00 per rifle. SA is charging 35.16 since Jan of 1942. In Jan of 1943 Winchester is charging about 70.00 per rifle but in JULY Winchester 49.30. SA in all of 1943 is charging about 28.65. If you guys wish me to go on let me know. Winchester will up the price a little as we go on. Below is a photo of M1 Garand's Development you might enjoy.

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    Thanks again for taking the time and effort to read this data. I hope you learn some data on the M1 Garand.
    Clancy
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  2. Dr. Peter Venkman

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    Wow, what is the one on the top?
     
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