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  1. Steel and Wood
    Hello, The heel say's Springfield Armory, and every part I can find on it that's stamped is stamped SA so that's pretty neat I think. The serial number puts it in the 1952 range I believe [Edit: 1953, thank you Random Guy] and the barrel is stamped SA-2-52 (Muzzle 2, Throat 3+), wondering if it...
  2. M1 Garand Accuracy
    Hi guys I don’t know if you saw it but the CMP is cutting hours for the people who work at the Alabama store of the CMP due to the lack of rifles. As you know the President through executive order stopped the importation of M1 Garands. I guess since he couldn’t get any anti gun laws passed in...
  3. Steel and Wood
    The CMP is now offering a new book on the M-1 Carbine and this is the info on the CMP website E-Store for those that might be interested: Item Number: 752 Description: Carbine Cal .30 M1: Diagrams & PICTURES FIRST EDITION Every late issue blueprint that was used in the production of the M1...
  4. Ammunition
    Hello from a newbie. I saw on the interweb that CMP is now selling 308 ammo. Anyone else tried it yet? It is made by a company called Atomic. Their website says its made in America. 200 rounds of match grade 308 with Nosler Bullets. I cut and pasted this description from CMP. .308 caliber...
  5. Steel and Wood
    Picked up this Cal .30 M1, a Springfield Armory 1955 model, Collector's Grade from the Civilian Marksmanship Program. She's a real beauty. Here's a video: http://youtu.be/SmPO9tI0xoI?hd=1
  6. The M14
    I'm looking at getting an M14, but the only experience consists of blowing through one 20rnd magazine on somebody else's (plus a lot of D&C time on demilitarized ones). My main goal is to have a rugged, reliable, long-lasting rifle (think SHTF mindset). Obviously I'm going to treat her with...
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