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Springfield Armory M1D Garand CMP w 1953 Barrel
Springfield Armory M1D Garand

Springfield Armory M1D Garand CMP w 1953 Barrel

Price: $3,800.00
USGI Sniper Rifle with M84 Scope, Mount
Item Number: FW01321
Availability: SOLD.

Springfield Armory M1D Garand, serial number 2787259 with USGI M84 scope and mount. Receiver dates to April 1944, barrel is dated January 1953 with a like new bore. This M1D came from CMP as a Service Grade M1D complete package, and has the CMP certificate of authenticity. Everything on this rifle is USGI. No import marks.

This M1 D is in excellent used condition, appears unused since built as M1D, other than our test firing. Watch our video to see how this M1D shoots.

Two M1 enbloc clips (no ammo), sling and accessories noted below are included. This rifle will ship in a foam lined hard CMP case.



Receiver: marked “D 28291 32” on leg, heat lot Y03B<>. Excellent condition, no pitting. Finish (not original) shows very little wear.

Barrel: marked “SA D7312555 1 53 MD34” in op rod slot, also marked “P” with small crossed cannons stamp. Bore is bright like new, rifling and crown excellent. External finish is in excellent condition. The lack of an op rod “rub” on the barrel, other than our test firing, indicates very little use since this rifle was built as M1D.

Barrel Gauge Measurements: Muzzle Wear: <1 Throat Erosion:  2 1/2 ( the blue CMP tag says 1 and 3, our gauges say a little less).

Scope: marked “TELESCOPE M84 SERIAL NO. 13739”. Complete with rubber eyepiece and objective shield. Tube marked “7667424”.  No internal debris or particles that we can see. Crosshair (post type) sharp and complete. No dents, external finish very good, no pitting. Manufacturer Leupold & Stevens, note no white border around serial number.

Scope mount: GI, very good condition

Lower band: 2-piece flat top with roll pin

Clip latch: late square front type, unmarked

Op rod: flat side, marked “6535382 HRA. Exc condition, no pitting, little finish wear

Op rod catch: late type, unmarked

Bullet guide: milled WWII type

Follower: late type unmarked

Follower arm: no bevel

Follower rod: long fork, riveted

Bolt: marked “D28287-12SA W10B<>”

Sight knobs: postwar T105 type, windage marked “WCE”, elevation marked “BME”

Rear sight cover: late type with ribs

Rear sight aperture: double track, unmarked

Trigger housing:  marked “D28290-W.R.A.” Small pad, cloverleaf hole, excellent condition, no pitting

Trigger guard: WWII milled SA

Trigger: late type, no extra hole

Hammer: marked “C46008-5 SA”

Hammer spring plunger: late type without wings

Safety: round top, marked “SA_11”

Gas cylinder: wide sight platform, flat on top of rear ring, punch on bayonet lug. Gas cylinder group finish in fair condition

Front sight: 0.85 wide, unmarked.

Gas cylinder lock: beveled front, unmarked

Gas cylinder screw: cross slot poppet valve type, marked “P” with triangle

Stock: walnut, may be SA, may be arsenal replacement. Circled “P” on pistol grip. Possibly a faint remnant of a “BA-?” mark on the left side. No cracks, about average dings/scratches, very nice appearance

Cheekpad: leather, marked “MRT 2-52”. Attached with at least one screw, not sure about the other

Handguards: walnut, no cracks, same condition and color as stock

Buttplate: square plunger, good condition with some finish wear

Accessories: sealed bag containing canvas scope cover, probably nothing else



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