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    Are these hard to find? If possible need a new saw cut gas cylinder. Just don't see any around. Suggestions? Sincerely. bruce.
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    look up mbgarand she posts here, has garand parts.

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    Saw cut g.c.'s are not at all rare.
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    A guess is this is where the Ebay Gas Cylinder came from this is well worth $20.00 with a little time and effort you can salvage some of these i did

    https://www.dupagetrading.com/produc...gas-cylinders/

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    My cow! Would never have imagined such a thing. Looks like they cut the barrels off and then welded the cylinders. Got to wonder why. At that price, I could mess up on a couple and still come out ahead! Thank you for the link. Sincerely. bruce.
    " Unlike most conservatives, libs have no problem exploiting dead children and dancing on their graves."

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    I just came back from the Advanced Maintenance Course at CMP. In the nearby CMP armory, they had huge boxes of various parts. Looking among gas cylinders, I saw some that were saw cut. I don't know if they were serviceable, or discards.

    Many of the saw-cuts were subsequently re-welded.

    I'd contact CMP. I'd ask to speak to someone in the Custom Shop or the Armory, rather than a clerk just answering phones.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XLF30 View Post
    I just came back from the Advanced Maintenance Course at CMP. In the nearby CMP armory, they had huge boxes of various parts. Looking among gas cylinders, I saw some that were saw cut. I don't know if they were serviceable, or discards.

    Many of the saw-cuts were subsequently re-welded.

    I'd contact CMP. I'd ask to speak to someone in the Custom Shop or the Armory, rather than a clerk just answering phones.

    Good luck.
    Just found your post! Thank you for the suggestion. Will be in touch with them. Sincerely. bruce.
    " Unlike most conservatives, libs have no problem exploiting dead children and dancing on their graves."

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