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 Welcome to EC Depot

 USGI parts and accessories for M1 Garand, M14 (M1A) rifles and M1 Carbines are getting harder and harder to find.  We stock what we can find at reasonable prices, if you are looking for a particular piece, drawing number, manufacturer, etc send us an email with the details and we will see what we can locate.  Be sure to browse the Collector's Corner for an few special items we offer from time to time. USGI items will be clearly marked as such and condition noted. Feel free to contact us with questions about any item. As GI supplies dry up we will offer some new production items, but each of them must meet our standards for quality, fit and finish.

We also stock a full line of new American made replacement parts for 1911 pistols and AR style rifles and carbines.

Selected Wolff Gunsprings and Pro-Shot cleaning products are now available, all American made and outstanding quality.

Don't forget to visit The Bookshelf for great publications on your favorite military rifles, carbines, and pistols.  FREE SHIPPING on all books over $19.95 continues for a limited time. Two or more books ordered together will upgrade to Priority Mail

Purchasing information:

As always, you are welcome to check out securely with your Visa, MasterCard, or Discover cards directly through this website. We also welcome your personal check or money order.

We also welcome phone and mail orders. We do not have a retail location but we can be found at several Mid-Atlantic gun shows. Gun show information will be posted at the bottom of our site pages.

Minimum order $15.

2nd Ammendment News:

County officials in southern Virginia consider gun sanctuary designation
 
By Associated Press ; WHSV newsroom | Posted: Tue 6:50 PM, Nov 19, 2019
Charlotte, Campbell and Carroll counties already have passed resolutions to become Second Amendment sanctuaries, while several other locations will consider it during upcoming meetings.
 
“We’re saying you have to defend our second amendment rights," said James Borland, a member of the Campbell County Board of Supervisors, which approved the measure unanimously.
The resolutions are carried up to the state legislature, imploring lawmakers not to back laws that county leaders say target law-abiding gun owners.