WTS WA M1D GARAND SNIPER

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  1. PROSPECTOR1

    PROSPECTOR1
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    Rare Springfield Armory M1D GARAND SNIPER 1954 with M84 Scope, 30-06, Rebarreled in 1966 with Danish VAR Barrel. Stock has a gloss type finish, includes Hart Flash Hider, (7) US GI M1 Garand Clips and sealed can of 1950 Repacked 30 CAL. Ball M2 Ammo.
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    ***SOLD***

    FFL - buyer pays fees

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  2. CAL30M1

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    Wow!
     
  3. Pterodactyl

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    Holy crap that is awesome. If I wasn't on vacation in Hawaii spending a small fortune that would be in my safe ASAP.
     
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    any documentation that it is original
     
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    PROSPECTOR1
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    Sorry I don't have any documentation
     
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    Curious if you still have this one for sale and what erosion is, throat and muzzle.
    Could this be taken to the range and fired before it goes to the FFL, my FFL is in Vancouver. It is beautiful and if it shoots as good as it looks it is buyable for me.
     
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    PROSPECTOR1
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    Hi,
    I have not shot this since I bought it but your FFL is welcome to inspect it if that would work for you?
    Thanks,
    Fred
     
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