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Gentlemen,
Here it is !! Let me have your input please.

Warning, before you go to my sites lower your volume as the opening page contains a sound file which has a loading and firing of the M1 Garand. So if you're at work or home it may be wise to check your volume control.
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Gentlemen you know what to do.
Vol. 1 or Vol. 2 of the Garand Papers. TIA
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Ed,

The drawing # seems to be correct for a Garand rifle from 44!
I also see a P on the left and a M (from national match????) on the right!
The REP could be from Winchester but didn't they put W.R.A. on there barrels???
Could REP stand for "reproduction"?:Eyecrazy: ?

Is that a crack on the left down side???

My opinion:
This is a reproduction barrel which should be put on the market as the real thing. But the one that is putting the numbers and letters on the barrel did not know what he was doing and mixed the codes from SA and WRA!

Rob
 

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Gentlemen,
I can tell you this much it is not from 1944.
Have fun.
This may drive you nuts and M1 D you just have to buy 1 of my books.
Thanks again
Clancy
 
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