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Springfield Armory M1 Garand WWII with 1954 Barrel

Springfield Armory M1 Garand WWII with 1954 Barrel

Price: $1,400.00
Six Digit Serial Number
Item Number: FW01318
Availability: In Stock.

Here is a Springfield Armory M1 Garand with a WWII receiver and 1954 barrel. This M1 has a six digit serial number, 641628, dating to June 1942. The barrel is Springfield dated 11-54 and it has a nice bore. Most other parts are postwar Springfield, including the stock, everything is described below and shown in pictures. No import marks.

This Garand has been disassembled, cleaned, lubricated, and test fired. It functions perfectly, cycling through a full clip, ejecting the clip at the end. Parts were clean for photos, coated with oil and greased where appropriate when reassembled.

Included: Two M1 enbloc clips and sling.

 

Specs:

 

Receiver: marked “D 28291-17” on leg, heat lot C12A. No pitting. Finish, probably original, is a bit thin but still looks ok for 76 years old.

Barrel: marked “SA F6535448 11 54 MD 43” in op rod slot, with a couple of “P” marks, punch, and small stars and eagle stamp. Bore is bright, good crown and rifling.

Barrel Gauge Measurements: Muzzle Erosion: 1 ½, Throat Erosion:  3 (Want to learn more about these measurements? Read our Barrel Erosion Guide.)

Clip latch: late square front type

Op rod: flat side, marked “D35382 SA”

Op rod catch: late type, unmarked

Bullet guide: stamped without notch

Follower: late type, marked “12”

Follower arm: no bevel

Follower rod: long fork, riveted

Bolt: marked “D28287-19SA A-6”

Sight knob markings: elevation Weatherhead logo, windage “DRC”

Rear sight cover: late type with ribs

Rear sight aperture: double track

Trigger housing:  marked “D28290-14-SA”

Trigger guard: stamped with milled hook

Trigger: late type, no extra hole

Hammer: marked “D5546008-HR-N” - M14 part, identical to the Garand hammer other than this marking

Hammer spring plunger: late type without wings

Safety: round top, unmarked

Gas cylinder: wide sight platform, flat on top of rear ring, punch mark on bayonet lug. Finish in good condition.

Front sight: 0.65 wide

Gas cylinder lock: postwar “high hump” type. Finish mostly worn off

Gas cylinder screw: cross slot, poppet valve type, marked “NHC”. Finish worn off

Stock: postwar Springfield, walnut. No cracks or repairs, about average dings/scratches, none severe, nice appearance. Circled “P” on pistol grip, DAS (faint) on left side.

Handguards: same condition and appearance as stock

Sling: used, GI, common web type, marked 195_, very faint, we can’t tell which year

 

 

 


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