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I am shooting a film in the near future and need three prop M-1 Garands. Getting a real one is not an option due to price and laws. I do have a permit, but I will be shooting at different locations and getting permits will be very difficult if live firearms will be on the scene. If anybody has any recommendations of where I can find decent prop guns, please let me know. Thanks.

I am interested in buying items from the 9th Infantry Division in WWII (39th, 47th, 60th Infantry Regiments and other subunits)

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The CMP sells them- http://www.thecmp.org/m1garand.htm


M1 Garand Drill Rifles


RM1DRILL M1 Garand Drill Rifle (Description Below) $345



Fits the description of our Rack Grade with the additions of: gas cylinder lock screw is welded to lock and gas cylinder, barrel is drilled, plugged and welded at chamber mouth. Barrel is welded to the receiver, firing pin hole is welded closed on bolt face. Rifle wear will be exhibited by worn and mixed colors of the finish; there may be some pitting on the metal parts; wood will be basically sound but may be well used with minor hairline cracks, poor fit, and many dings, scratches and gouges; wood may not match in color, type of wood or condition. Wood may be Walnut, Birch, Beech or other variety.





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$375 for a welded shut wall hangar? Geez! I guess I should have been buying them up over the years.

Gil Burket
Omaha, NE
Specializing in Fakes and Reproductions
of the Vietnam War



"One is easily fooled by that which one loves."


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Thanks for the link. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to be working right now but I'll try again later. I found replica Garands for around $250, but I'm not sure of the quality and realism.

I am interested in buying items from the 9th Infantry Division in WWII (39th, 47th, 60th Infantry Regiments and other subunits)

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Ever considered 'foam' Garands? Drop me a PM....I've got a supply of 'em. Not sure they are what you are looking for, but they've already been 'movie used' (Flags of our Fathers, Windtalkers).


Non firing (of course LOL).


After having a double bypass this past year, it's time to downsize and pass along much of my 'stuff'. I've had my fun, now it is someone elses turn.

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Plastic from Cushman Paintball. Probably meet the "ten foot rule".





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Looking for for 37th Division

VietNam and earlier Special Forces &

USS Hemminger DE 746 items

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Same seller offering a Springfield for $149.00 with 10 available, but shipping is $75.00...... Think that's a typo?




The set of 2 listed above for $498.00 includes free shipping...



Good Luck,


Living FREE because of those that served.

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Those denix replicas ain't all that bad for what they are.

Solid wood stocks, nice weight, only bad thing is the cast metal parts and lack of some detail.

Should work well as a movie prop.

We have a thompson and garand.


Always looking for WWII era 45th Infantry related items

"Semper Anticus"


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Keystone Arsenal Replicas... $289 per... Click the link and look sown about a third of the way down the page.


Hope that helps



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