Model: M1 Garand
Receiver serial number: 3564371 - Build Date Feb-Mar 1945.
The receiver is almost flawless. used very little as you can see form the pictures. Just the standard minor handling wear for a weapon of this age. Everything is original with nothing replaced since it was manufactured. The barrel is excellent condition with no pit marks. The irons are still zeroed in and it is amazing shooter.
This is the original Walnut stock, not an after market Birch stock.
There is a circled P on the pistol grip
S/N 1,978,000-3,627,000 August 1943- March 1945
S. A. / G.A.W. (Springfield Armory / George A. Woody). George A. Woody died in August 1944, however his inspection stamps remained in the Stamp Racks until March of 1945 (An overlap with the SA/NFR stamp). Other stamps used on the stocks were the circled 'P' proof mark (with serifs) on the pistol grip, and the Ordnance Wheel with Crossed Cannons. A mark in the pistol grip of the stock indicating high pressure testing. All rifles were so marked as part of initial acceptance tests, and the lack of the mark indicates either extensive wear, sanding, or a replacement stock.
The two holes on the left side of the rifle were form the M15 Grenade Launcher Sight that was mounted there. The sight was removed long before I obtained the rifle.
I did put a new leather M1907 sling on it and I will also include the three, eight round clips and the four, five round clips. I believe I have a few more clips laying around, if so I will throw those in as well. If anyone has any questions or would like more pictures of any particular part of this rifle (barrel serial number etc.) let me know.
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