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Garand scope

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Jeremy2171, Apr 7, 2010.

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  1. Jeremy2171

    Jeremy2171 Member

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    Anyone got a spare for my next project??? Got everything I need but the scope!!

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  2. hometheaterman

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    Does this need to be a special scope or just a regular rifle scope? I have a Leupold scope for sale.
     
  3. DMK

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    Got a scope mount? Is that what all those holes drilled into the side are for? :uhoh:
     
  4. Sport45

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    Is that a M1C or M1D receiver, or a M1 that has been drilled? I understand they are pretty hard to drill. Whether you're trying to show it off or seeking advice you might want to hop over to Culver's Shooting Pages. There's a wealth of M1 knowledge there.
     
  5. Jeremy2171

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    Yes, it's a verified M1C and I have the bracket that goes into the receiver but I need the mount and scope that goes on top. Either an M82 scope or more preferrably the MC-1 Stith-Kollmorgen USMC scope..

    MC-1 scope set on the bottom...
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  6. JWF III

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    I have an M84, but it's destined for my own project.:D And waiting on a rifle to put it on.

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