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Initially developed by John Garand in the 1920s, the M1 Garand rifle (U.S. Rifle Cal. .30 M1) was adopted by the U.S. military in the 1930s and served as the primary infantry rifle during World War II and Korea. A proven workhorse in the field, the semi-automatic, en bloc clip fed, gas-operated rifle also impresses with its accuracy. Over the course of history, the M1 Garand saw action across the globe and was used by military forces of many nations. Eventually replaced by the M14 in 1958, the M1 is still revered by both collectors and shooters as well as the many veterans who carried them during their service.
This is an excellent condition M1 Garand rifle, fully operational, late-run (manufactured 1956-57) Springfield Armory M1 Garand with correct parts. The stock is tight, the action functions well, and the finish on all metal parts is very good. Minor service handling marks present on wood and metal. Markings: Trigger Housing ‘6528290-SA’. Safety ‘SA 11’. Hammer ‘SA D5546008’. Barrel (rear side) inverted T ‘SA F65325448 4 56’ lazy U ‘M’ with lazy P superposed over square containing three stars/eagle. No import marks on barrel. Receiver right side ‘Z 15A/F 6528291’. Receiver back/top ‘U.S. Rifle CAL. .30 M1 Springfield Armory 608XXXX’. Receiver left side ‘A’. Bolt ‘6528287-SA/Y01’. Operating Rod ‘6535382 SA’. Stock left side partial ½-inch square DOD acceptance cartouche with an eagle under three stars. Stock pistol grip front ‘P’. Butt plate shows minor wear. Bore is clean, bright with well-defined, sharp rifling. ME=1 TE=2. Condition equals CMP service grade. This is a solid M-1 for both your collection and shooting inventory. See pictures for overall condition. FFL or C&R required for purchase.
US Rifle cal .30 M1
excellent, clean, bright, well-defined rifling