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M1 Garand - 1955

Article about: Hahahaa no kidding there Jeff.. I stocked up as well.. Hornady and Remington are good IMO..G

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    Here is one I picked up about 10 years ago. Very nice Springfield Armory rework in great condition - cheers!

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    Very nice weapon.

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    That is one Grand looking Garand!!!!

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Thanks guys, now time to take it to the range...it's been awhile

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    I think you'll rather like the results.. I hade one once, a fine rifle. G

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    Hey G, not a new one had it about 10 years. Just pulled it out and decided it was time to put some lead down-range...yes, a very fine rifle indeed.

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    What brand of ordinance do you plan to use ??

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    Cabella's has Springfield .30-06 150 Grain FMJ 500 rounds with a metal box (Semi-military) isssue
    for under $425.00.. Pricey.. I may have a few extra ammo clips / holders if you want them..G
    Make sure the ammo you use is NON-Corrosive.. As you will need to take extra care as when cleaning the barrell.. Oh, I forgot... Your a "Texan" No worries about gun tecniques there...Hahaha G.. Nice Rifle

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    In have to settle for "Wolf" or "Tula" or "Bear" ammo for my 7.62x39 mm. rifles SKS's Berdan primed and semi corrosive... Great for plinking and overall a a "GREAT ROUND" ...G

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    Hornady, Remington and Federal etc, I bought a lot of 150 grain before the "ammo madness" hit us

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