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1944 M1 Garand

Article about: Got a mint ( Late '45 ) M1 Garand. I can't post photos just now though...... !

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    That is a real beauty, Anton.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Thank you.
    It is the nicest rifle in my collection.

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    Wish I had such a nice M1 like that Anton, don't forget to put some US G.I. grease on that oprod grove. What maker is your 1944 M1?

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    The one I have was made in November of 43 from the numbers.
    Eric
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    The last known WW2# for springfield arm made is 3,888,XXX from what I understand.
    Link to born on date....http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...-E2frcD5CTu6RA
    Eric
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    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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    To answer the question about my rifle: It is a Springfield.
    Also, I will not need much grease because I will likely never shoot it.

    Very nice rifle Eric.

    By the way, for any US residents, you can get a Correct Grade Garand from the CMP for $1,100.00. These are 50's rifles. I got an H&R from them and it was in perfect condition with correct parts. It looks to me like it was fired very little and stored away.

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    If only I could get that kinda money at my age. Your M1's make mine look jealous

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    Here is a pic of the Brittish export marks which are located on the barrel.

    BTW, the holidays are coming up, maybe you can get one as a gift if you are lucky.
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    Eric Zentner, want to trade your M1 Garand for my Luger? ^^; I want a M1 Garand so bad..

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    Quote by Sebastian View Post
    Eric Zentner, want to trade your M1 Garand for my Luger? ^^; I want a M1 Garand so bad..
    Thanks but my Father gave it to me and I will take it to my grave,keep your eye out nice ones can still be found.

    Eric
    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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