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Another Oldie but Goodie

Discussion in 'M1 Garand' started by Orlando, Oct 16, 2013.

  1. Orlando

    Orlando G&G Evangelist

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    Another Oldie but Goodie
    Added one more to the stable. A all Correct "restored" 1943 Garand, 1.8 mil serial



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  2. Jay

    Jay Old man, No tact... Staff Member

    Very nice... :usa2:
     

  3. dothedrew57

    dothedrew57 G&G Evangelist

    You need to start sharing lol
     
  4. OldMike1030

    OldMike1030 G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

  5. ChaZam

    ChaZam G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    Looks like another nice rifle Orlando...
     
  6. Orlando

    Orlando G&G Evangelist

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    Most of my rifles I have now are shooters and rifles I built to be shooters
    Just starting toget back into collector rifles again
    If they could only talk
     
  7. You are truly amazing with the Garands Orlando.
     
  8. TheJoker

    TheJoker G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    Yep. Very nice. I'd just like to end up with one from each manufacturer.
     
  9. gunnerdave

    gunnerdave G&G Enthusiast Forum Contributor

    Excellent-looking rifle!
     
  10. What all did you have to do to "restore" the ol girl?
     
  11. Orlando

    Orlando G&G Evangelist

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    I didnt do anything
    The person I bought it from sent it to Scott Duff in 1999 and had it restored with correct parts.
    I actually dont know what was changed to be made correct
     
  12. jwrauch

    jwrauch G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    Very nice !!! JR
     
  13. msdibble

    msdibble G&G Newbie

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    I want one of those. I've seen them for sale and the prices are all over the place. I heard somewhere if the serial numbers are 4,000,000 or less, they were manufactured or used during WWII. What to look for when buying one and what are reasonable price ranges?
    Thanks!!
     
  14. Jay

    Jay Old man, No tact... Staff Member

    Serial number info ... http://usriflecal30m1.com/ProductionGraph.aspx

    There are Muzzle gauges, and throat erosion gauges to help determine the general condition of an M1. I see lots of Garands in good condition, selling for around $1K... plus, or minus... depending on your area, and how bad you want it....
     
  15. msdibble

    msdibble G&G Newbie

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    Hey thanks Jay! Very Helpful.
     
  16. Orlando

    Orlando G&G Evangelist

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    You can get a very nice mixmaster Garand for $625 from CMP, $800-$850 on the secondary market
    $1000 wont buy a rifle like what I have pictured above