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Old 05-30-2018, 09:26 PM
Twoface Twoface is offline
 
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Hey thanks for the reply. This may be a blonde moment but what is NM? I really wanted to get one in the 40’s range as I love WWII memorabilia. But the M1 has been a favorite of mine since I was a kid. Now that i have one I know why. The stock on this one is beautiful in my opinion. I had a choice of 2 M1s when I traded for this. The other one looked brand new. Stock, reciever, barrel and all. But this one felt right when I shot it and I like the look better. I stripped the gun a few minutes ago and found it’s all SA but the hammer and trigger guard. They are W.R.A
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Old 05-30-2018, 09:50 PM
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Hey thanks for the reply. This may be a blonde moment but what is NM? I really wanted to get one in the 40ís range as I love WWII memorabilia. But the M1 has been a favorite of mine since I was a kid. Now that i have one I know why. The stock on this one is beautiful in my opinion. I had a choice of 2 M1s when I traded for this. The other one looked brand new. Stock, reciever, barrel and all. But this one felt right when I shot it and I like the look better. I stripped the gun a few minutes ago and found itís all SA but the hammer and trigger guard. They are W.R.A

NM stands for National Match you most likely have a mix master consisting of SA and WRA parts. Maybe this link will help.

http://usriflecal30m1.com/Default.aspx
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Old 05-30-2018, 10:07 PM
Twoface Twoface is offline
 
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Yeah it’s definitely a mix master. No number matches unfortunately. But from what I’ve read M1s rarely match? I’ve dealt more with German k98s where you have several mixed rifles and still some complete number matching rifles. I actually traded a number matching k98 for the M1
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Old 06-01-2018, 03:26 PM
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Got my FG in today. It only took 10 days. It has an August 1943 receiver.

My FG is a Hackberry mixmaster, but it looks like it will do just fine. I am using the SG to compare and contrast. There is a little rust and pitting on the FG but it does not look like it will be a problem. It was rebarreled with a 1952 barrel and it has a late style trigger guard.

Can anybody explain the gas cylinder lock?



Rest of the pictures below:
https://imgur.com/a/wzc3u1E
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Old 06-08-2018, 06:30 PM
ejwosu ejwosu is offline
 
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Default Recently delivered service grade

A few quick photos of a Springfield service grade I received a few days ago:

https://imgur.com/a/hWxr9i1


SA serial 5281195
CMP new walnut wood
ME/TE 2+/2+
Barrel: SA F6585448 1-54 (followed by hard to make out 1D38?)
Trigger housing: 6528290 - SA
Op Rod: 6535382 SA
Bolt: 6528287 IHC
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Old 06-13-2018, 08:10 PM
konstan konstan is offline
 
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A few quick photos of a Springfield service grade I received a few days ago:

https://imgur.com/a/hWxr9i1

SA serial 5281195
CMP new walnut wood
ME/TE 2+/2+
Barrel: SA F6585448 1-54 (followed by hard to make out 1D38?)
Trigger housing: 6528290 - SA
Op Rod: 6535382 SA
Bolt: 6528287 IHC
I was just gonna say, the wood looks amazing but then I realized that some people want new and some people would rather have the GI wood... Me, I have one of each and I still can't decide which one I like best...
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Old 06-14-2018, 11:18 AM
ejwosu ejwosu is offline
 
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The new CMP walnut is very attractive and the fit to the receiver is nice and tight. In my sample there is no binding anywhere so no adjustments were necessary for proper function. It feels a little thick in some places but that can be remedied if desired in the future.
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Old 06-15-2018, 01:33 AM
Professional Amateur Professional Amateur is online now
 
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Default My Garand arrived.

Very very pleased with this beautiful HRA. The Walnut is absolutely beautiful. Pictures don't quite do it justice. A couple coats of oil is all that's needed for me on this one.

Added a note for please no pitting and they definitely came through. For everyone waiting on theirs, just hang in there. It will be well worth it. This one is a keeper. Had to jump through more hoops than any gun I have ever purchased, buy sight unseen and luck of the draw, and also waited longer than I have ever had to wait for a gun. Now I have a real US Military Surplus M1 Garand with it's original finish and a beautiful one at that. It was all worth it. Sure to be an heirloom.
This one's not for sale and I won't be letting just any joe shmo touch it either, let alone shoot it.






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Old 06-20-2018, 09:27 AM
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600K SA Field Grade delivered a couple weeks ago:





Hackberry stock and IHC trigger, otherwise all SA. Barrel was ME 3, TE 2. Lots of sectional steel cleaning rods beating up that muzzle. GC was pretty much in the white and super loose on the barrel, but correctable. Op rod tab was too far gone for anything but a plinker. Sight detents worn flat as well. Lower band was so loose it had to be pitched.
Receiver a lovely shade of turd brown- actually I thought it looked kinda cool but there were a few very small pits. I had heard that M1's from this period were mostly shipped out to the Pacific and then perhaps this one is a Turkish return? Never seen a sight so completely worn out. Despite the issues, after tightening up what I could and giving it a clean and lube it did shoot HXP ammo ok- 2 X's, 8 of 10 shots in the 10-ring of a SR-1 and the other two shots middle of the 9-ring

Anyway, the FG was the basis for a JCG match rifle with a new Krieger barrel. Here it is back from a friend who is an excellent armorer, with a fresh re-park, new barrel, new stock, and a few USGI other replacement parts:



If it now goes outside the 10-ring, totally my bad!
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Old 06-29-2018, 02:36 PM
j_is_for_josh j_is_for_josh is offline
 
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RM1Service HRA
5.7 million serial
Muzzle +2
Throat 2

https://i.imgur.com/dYXpr1H.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/L3kJSNN.jpg
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https://i.imgur.com/CrZNxPg.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/5lmyBJp.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/yndd2tw.jpg

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