Late WWII production Winchester M1 Garand. Serial number
2444xxx, manufactured in May 1944. This M1 went through an arsenal rebuild at
some point, most marked components are Springfield, some are WWII, including
the barrel dated January 1944. All parts are described below and shown in
photos. Stock is new commercial walnut. No import marks.
This M1 rifle is in very good used condition. It has been
test fired and cycled through a full clip, ejecting the clip at the end.
The Garand has been disassembled, cleaned and lubricated.
Parts were clean for photos, coated with oil and greased where appropriate when
Repro canvas sling and two M1 enbloc clips (no ammo) are
C & R Eligible
Receiver: marked D28291-2 on leg. Marked on top
with serial number and U.S. RIFLE CAL. 30 M1 TRADE MARK WINCHESTER. Original finish, worn
with some areas of light pitting on receiver (see photos).
Barrel: marked 1 SA 1 44 on side, drawing number on top D35443-28-A-61-6.
Barrel Gauge Measurements: Muzzle Wear:1, Throat Erosion:
Clip latch: square front type, unmarked
Op rod: marked D35382 SA
Op rod catch: unmarked
Bullet guide: SA WWII type, unmarked, with relief
Follower: SA WWII type, marked 12
Follower arm: no bevel, unmarked
Follower rod: long fork, riveted, unmarked
Bolt: WWII Springfield, marked 28287-12SA S-04
Sight knobs: postwar, windage marked BME
Trigger housing: Springfield WWII, small pad, cloverleaf, marked
Trigger guard: SA WWII type, milled, no part number
Hammer: marked C46008-2 SA
Springfield, marked C46015-9-SA
Gas cylinder: wide sight platform, flat on top of
Gas cylinder screw: WRA, cross slot, marked O,
faint punch mark on side
Stock and handguards: New commercial walnut
Sling: repro canvas