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Debating on the next firearm purchase. 1k or so is the budget and caught between 2 totally different animals. Do I buy another historical M! Garand? (I have a huge fascination with them as well as other war memorabilia) Or do I get a CZ Scorpion Evo just for the hell of it? Rock and a hard place...


What would y'all get and why? Any other firearm considerations?

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I vote for the Garand. Nice examples are getting harder and harder to find and the value keeps going up.  Also they are a excellently designed rifle and fun to shoot!

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On 9/1/2019 at 9:54 PM, Talbot said:

Sounds like you already have a Garand, or more than one?

If yes, I’d say go with the EVO.  They look like fun, especially as your not neutered like we are up here for them.




You can now get a 18.6" non restricted EVO. Pinned to 5 of course with proprietary mags. Sadly no Glock mag loophole. 

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