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It's a U.S. rifle, caliber .30, M1. A Garand! I can't wait to shoot this beauty!
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Same thing on this site.
Are there other places to look for stampings/serial numbers? Could mine have been re-barreled or something like that? Should it have matching serials on the barrel, or bolt? I used the serial number on the back of the upper receiver to determine that date. Just curious.SHOOTER13 said:Congrats...my SA M1 Garand was built in November 1944.
Did the dog come with the gun?the_mule said:It's a U.S. rifle, caliber .30, M1. A Garand! I can't wait to shoot this beauty!
You mean that beast in the photo? No, he's been around a long time. I wanted to post a pic of beauty and the beast. He's quite a handsome beast though, if I may say so myself.Did the dog come with the gun?