Highly desirable WIN-13 M1 Garand. The WIN-13s are the last M1s manufactured by Winchester in the final months of WWII. The serial number on this one dates to March 1945, and receiver leg is marked WIN-13.
This WIN-13 appears to be all correct except for a couple of small parts (noted
below). All parts are detailed below and shown
in pictures. There are no import marks.
This WIN-13 is in very good used condition. Original
finish, some brown patina on the receiver, no pitting on any metal parts. The bore
is bright and shiny with excellent gauge measurements. Winchester stock is very nice, with minimal dings, no
The Garand performed well in our test firing, cycling
through a full clip, ejecting the clip at the end.
Two M1 enbloc clips (no ammo) are included.
Rifle will ship in a foam lined hard plastic case.
C & R Eligible.
“D28291WIN-13” on leg. Heel marked “U.S. RIFLE CAL. .30 M1 WINCHESTER
TRADEMARK” and serial number.
marked on top D35448 W.R.A. (numbers are faint, see photo). Firing proof W with
P in op rod slot along with various assembly markings. Bright bore with sharp
Measurements: Muzzle Wear: 1, Throat Erosion: 2
Op rod: marked D35382W.R.A.,
Clip latch: round
front, marked CM (very faint)
Op rod catch: marked
Bullet guide: SA,
wide slot, with raised drop forge code markings
type marked 13.
Follower arm: WRA,
single bevel, marked 8
Follower rod: stamped,
long fork, riveted
Bolt: marked D28287-1
W.R.A., with hole in underside.
Firing pin: half
Sight knobs: WRA
lockbar, open arrowheads, serrated knobs
Rear sight cover:
late type with ribs
marked D28290-W.R.A., small pad, cloverleaf hole.
Trigger guard: milled
type, marked C46025 W.R.A.
Hammer spring plunger:
parkerized, with wings
Hammer: marked C-46008-1
top, marked C46015-4 W.R.A.
Gas cylinder: wide
sight platform, round on top of rear ring.
Front sight: Winchester,
.75 wide, unmarked
Gas cylinder lock:
rounded top, unmarked.
Gas cylinder lock
screw: cross slot poppet valve type, marked “P” twice
Winchester, with v-notch trigger guard, rounded pistol grip. There are two firing
proof marks, one a serif circle P close to the grip cap, this mark is very
faint. The other is a sans serif circle P in the pistol grip. Overall very nice
appearance with minimal dings, no cracks or repairs.
marked 2S inside
both have minor dings/scratches, no cracks, match stock in appearance.
Accessories: 2 M1 enbloc clips (no ammo), foam lined hard case