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    Re: Nat Ord M1903A3

    Even an ammo can full of 15rnd mags goes pretty quick.

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    Re: Nat Ord M1903A3

    Quote Originally Posted by Sustinemus View Post
    Real M1 carbines are a hoot, M1Sniper. There are millions of them out there. Get a decent one and then watch your ammo budget shrink unexpectedly. It's very easy to burn up a couple of hundred rounds without realizing it - just like .22's. :) Especially if you have a stack of 30-round mags.

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