In excellent mint sharp original condition, we have an October, 1943 Springfield Armory Production M1 Garand Service rifle. This is a great example of the famous US combat rifle that was carried throughout the war. The bore is excellent and the throat gauges out at a 1 which indicated the rifle was not shot that much. The stock clearly shows the GAW inspection acceptance cartouche of George A Woody who was in charge of the Springfield Armory at the time the rifle was manufactured. The rifle a 1944 dated canvas sling as well. General Patton called the M1 Garand the greatest combat implement ever devised and that is high praise indeed. I was speaking to an old vet the other day and he said that they loved to carry a carbine but when it was time to start shooting they loved the Garand because in his words “it really put them (the enemy) down.” If you are looking for a top example of the original as issued WW2 service rifle here you go…….
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SOLD US WW2 M1 GARAND RIFLE, OCT,1943 PRODUCTION, GAW CARTOUCHED, 100% ORIGINAL AND CORRECT MINT!
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