Got myself a Breda Tipo 2 M1
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    Default Got myself a Breda Tipo 2 M1

    Saw these come and go from Classic over the last month and just went for it when the site showed available last weekend. Like I say in the video - not particularly a Garand guy... Iím more of the type that either likes unusual variations or that what I have isnít all that common.



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    I like it! Now to have fun with several ounces of cosmolene! SW
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    They are out of stock again. How much are these going for, the price does not show anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fourbore View Post
    They are out of stock again. How much are these going for, the price does not show anymore?
    They were over $2000. I'd like one but not for that kinda money. The rifle Eli received looks nice.

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    Thank you for the info. I signed up for notification. That is too much for me as well. I am not saying the price is too high, but; rather not for me either.
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    Yup... $2500 all in. Unless a boatload arrives, at the least I’ll likely be the only one in my zip code with one :D

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    Cleaned up real well

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    Looks great! Now if I only had a spare 2 grand laying around... SW
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    I forgot to ask - did you use whiting to de-grease the stock? SW
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5thDragoons View Post
    I forgot to ask - did you use whiting to de-grease the stock? SW
    Nope, oiled rag. I steamed out the cosmo of the relevant metal parts with a steam iron

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    Second time out with it - I am in love !

    Here’s a clip of today’s session.


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