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Springfield Armory M1 Garand WW2
Springfield Armory M1 Garand WW2

Springfield Armory M1 Garand WW2

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Price: $1,900.00
1946 Barrel
Item Number: FW012401496
Availability: AVAILABLE

Springfield Armory M1 Garand, with a mid WW2 era receiver and early postwar barrel, excellent used condition. No import marks. This M1 has all military parts (other than wood) with some manufacturer variation, since it was arsenal rebuilt, most likely around 1946. In arsenal rebuild projects, a batch of guns were disassembled and the parts were refinished together, then the guns were reassembled at random. This is not a problem because all parts are interchangeable.


This Garand originally came from the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP), as a Service Grade rifle. A certificate of authenticity and the original hangtag are included. A very nice grain filled finish was applied to the new CMP walnut stock and handguards, since they come unfinished other than maybe a quick stain. We used our own oil sanding method first to fill the grain, then multiple satin clear coats for a vastly improved appearance.


The gun will ship in the case pictured. In addition to the CMP paperwork, a manual, sling and two enbloc clips are included.


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Receiver: Serial number 1455866, dates to March 1943, marked 28291 17 on leg. Refinished, never had any pitting. The serial number stamp is the sharpest we have ever seen.

Rear sight: lockbar, SA

Barrel: Springfield, marked “S-A-2-46” in op rod slot. Also, marked on top where almost nobody ever sees it, is “D35448-35-A-104” with a crossed cannons stamp. The bore is bright, muzzle meaures 1 Throat measures 4.

Op rod: D35382 3 SA, uncut.

Trigger group: SA housing, WRA hammer, Harvester safety

Gas cylinder and front sight appear to be standard SA

Stock: new walnut, with CMP cartouche, satin finish

Extras: CMP certificate of authenticity, blue hang tag, new reproduction sling, manual, two M1 enbloc clips (no ammo), plus molded hard case, shown in photos.


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