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I just bought a garand produced at the springfield factory.
How do I now, how old he is?
Many thanx, niro, from the netherlands.
 

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superberger said:
mail me even ik heb een lijst met productie data van de garand. en een site waar je misschien kunt zien waarvan de garand is geweest.
hmm...I tried one of those online translators (they suck) but this is what it gave me:

Me e-mail have just I a list with production data of the garand. and a site which you see can perhaps of which the garand been is.

now go figure :rolleyes:
 

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or you can rack back the op rod, and look in the op rod slot in the stock. there should be a date on the barel.
 

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Barrel date means nothing if it was rebarelled as many or most were. The serial # is going to be on a production date which can be found close to in Scott Duffs book's or by Ed CLancy's papers which is actual arsenal files. Hope this helps. RIck B

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sorry for my last message

Sorry for my last message in dutch . This one and the next and next ect ect. are in english. the translator wasn't that bad .I sayd that if he will mail me his serial of the garand I will thell him the production date and mayby where his garand went to after fabrication. navy/infantry or marines ect.

http://armscollectors.com/srs/lookup_m1.php ( or take a look yourself ).

don't look at the write errors i am not that good in english
 
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