M1 Garand $850 OBO

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  1. ZombieKiller

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    Specifics? Springfield but...what year, CMP papers, import mark or no, etc? Thanks.

    Keith
     
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    That's a CMP stock with Greek HXP ammo. Probably service grade. I don't have my Garand book with me to tell the exact year, but my guess with that serial number, its WWII. This is a good price.

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    man thats not cool.. Im trying to save for Christmas... LOL...
     
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    I guess mine is 1942 then
     
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    Yup, so this makes it really desirable to a collector. Mine is a January '43.

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    4/42 receiver, but the bbl is 65 series.. looks to be maybe 2/ '64? Hard to tell from the pic.
    Do you know TE or MW?
    Did it come from the CMP in that stock?
    Thanks for info
     
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    trades?
     
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