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M1 GARAND FOR SALE

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by Phil1, Feb 7, 2014.

  1. Phil1

    Phil1 Beavercreek, Oregon New Member

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    For sale an M1 Garand. $1000.00 Condition is a 8.5 to 9 with a new stock.
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  2. Velzey

    Velzey Estacada, Oregon Gunsmith Gunsmith Bronze Vendor Bronze Supporter

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    Welcome to Northwest Firearms!

    Who is the M1 manufactured by?
     
  3. rpatton

    rpatton Graham WA Member

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    Is this a special and which caliber is it?
     
  4. zeitgeist

    zeitgeist Or/WA Member

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    When was is made? How is the bore? Import? Parts match?
     
  5. wayoutwest

    wayoutwest Polk County, Oregon Active Member

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    Love the stock...who made it?

    sent from my GS3 with my thumbs
     
  6. Phil1

    Phil1 Beavercreek, Oregon New Member

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    not sure but she was made in the in 8-60
    and sn starts with d 6535XXX
     
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  7. Phil1

    Phil1 Beavercreek, Oregon New Member

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    8/60 30-06 import CAI. and she has never been fired.
     
  8. jbett98

    jbett98 NW Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    How long is that bayonet?
     
  9. accessbob

    accessbob Molalla, OR 2A Supporter

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    Just to let everyone know - I know Phil personally and he is quite dependable and on the up and up.
     
  10. Phil1

    Phil1 Beavercreek, Oregon New Member

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    How long is that bayonet?
    I have her put up at the moment. Whatever was issued in WW2.
     
  11. jbett98

    jbett98 NW Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    I would look very carefully at the marks on the bayonet.
    With one that long it could possibly have been made in England for the Enfield mark lll rifle.
    During WW1 they were imported to the US and were fitted to the M1903 (Springfield) and trench shotguns.

    When WWll came along, they weren't fighting in trenches anymore, so the US Army had them ground down to about half that length.
    If it has British Crown marks crossed out with slashing punch strikes, it would more of a collectible (valuable) as a WWl bayonet.
    Check out this site.
    Bayonet Identification Guide Index - Worldbayonets.com
     
  12. Ownerus

    Ownerus South Clackamas Co. Active Member

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    That looks like a later issue 16" 1903 Springfield bayonet which also fits the M1. Some of those were indeed cut to 10" for WWII. The bayonet for the '03 will not fit the Trench Shotgun which takes the same bayonet at the US M1917.
     
  13. Phil1

    Phil1 Beavercreek, Oregon New Member

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    The Bayonet was made in 1942 AFH US.
     
  14. Phil1

    Phil1 Beavercreek, Oregon New Member

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    The Blade is 16" long.
     
  15. Phil1

    Phil1 Beavercreek, Oregon New Member

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    not
     
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