They may devaluate shooter grade rifles but collector grade rifles shouldn't be harmed. Who wants a collectors piece with non historical extra engraving.Hope the influx does not degrade the value of my current stash. Condition will dictate. Rather have the carbines.
I never thought this would happen while Obama is in office. The only way I can rationalize this happening now, is that the ATF must be running out of modern weapons to arm the cartels and is falling back on to their reserves.NRA website and a couple others are now saying those previously denied Garands in Korea are now ok to bring in.
80,000 or a bit over of them iirc.
What does everyone hear?
Interesting...According to the article in the Korean news, the Koreans will be selling them back to the US for a little over $200 apiece. All of the M1 Carbines are still blocked from import, because of their ability to take one of those evil 15-round "assault magazines."
Per BATFE's present regs they have to be marked ON THE RECEIVER in plain view, not the barrels or elsewhere as in the past.Cool. Some new parts. Most likely rough looking rifles. Anyone fond of Blue SKy imports?Not me. They should be smart and import mark them somewhere hidden from view. Still will degrade collector value.
Hope the influx does not degrade the value of my current stash. Condition will dictate. Rather have the carbines.