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    Default Early Repop M-1842

    Very early Armi-Sport M-1842 with a serial number of 012. This weapon has not been defarbed and will require reshaping the band springs. (The heads are square rather then rounded.) The weapon is in almost mint condition.
    I am asking $500 dollars plus shipping. I have no clue on how to post photos, but if there is any interest, I can bring the weapon to "In Hooker's Rear" and/or "Neshaminy".
    Bill Rodman, If you need a really bad example.
    King of Prussia, PA
    wrodman1@aol.com

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    Bill,

    I am interested: I sent you an email.

    Elliot Pernula

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    pm incoming
    (Living History) Pvt. Zachary Mark Henson
    Company I 42nd Mississippi Volunteer Infantry Regiment
    "Mississippi Reds"

    "The last romantic and first modern war."
    - Shelby Foote

    "If this cause, that is dear to my heart, is doomed to fail, I pray heaven may let me fall with it, while my face is toward the enemy and my arm battling for that which I know is right."
    - Major General Patrick R. Cleburne

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    The M-1842 is on hold pending payment.

    Thanks for your interest.
    Bill Rodman, If you need a really bad example.
    King of Prussia, PA
    wrodman1@aol.com

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    no problem! Best of luck in the sale man
    (Living History) Pvt. Zachary Mark Henson
    Company I 42nd Mississippi Volunteer Infantry Regiment
    "Mississippi Reds"

    "The last romantic and first modern war."
    - Shelby Foote

    "If this cause, that is dear to my heart, is doomed to fail, I pray heaven may let me fall with it, while my face is toward the enemy and my arm battling for that which I know is right."
    - Major General Patrick R. Cleburne

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