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  1. SPF
    i have 2 m1 garand firing pins, both are NOS. so throw something ( must be useable ) m14/ m1a related into a envelope/ box whatever and ill send them both to you. very simple, it can be anything. (hammer, trigger, safety, extractor, ejector,) whatever that way they can help someone who can use...
  2. 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...
  3. Reloading
    Good Afternoon, Working on loading some 30-06 with IMR 4895 for my M1. I am using some Hornady 155gr HPBT match w/ cannelure. I just realized that cartridge isnt in my Hornday reloading data. What would be a good COL for this? Or more so a max/min?
  4. The M14
    So I missed an auction on a 1983 (my born-on date) M1A Loaded for a great price because I had the time zones mixed up... that got me fired up so I jumped on the camo SM here on the forum because it’s awesome and I miss mine... Sold some more of my guns and came across an auction for an ‘85...
  5. BX
    1955 Harrington and Richardson M1 CMP rifle ME 1 / TE 2 55 HRA barrel SA trigger group SA bolt HRA windage knob HRA op rod New wood , hand rubbed with BLO Will ship in CMP case $45 shipping CONUS (will ship UPS ground) $1100.00 USPS MO
  6. Steel and Wood
    I didn't even know this rifle existed until it caught my eye on Classic Firearms. And boy did it catch my eye! From what Ive learned the BM-59 was the final version of the M1 Garand and built by Beretta to help Italy transition to 7.62 NATO. It's basically a mag fed Garand in 7.62 with a...
  7. The M14
    Hi guys! Long time no see! Sorry I've been away for so long but I'm back and I have a question to ask ya'll. I currently own a standard Springfield M1A, built in Oct 1979 and a CMP service grade issue Springfield M1 Garand, manufactured in May 1942. I plan on taking one of them hunting here. I...
  8. Want To Buy
    Want to do my final "big" M1 build, this one a super-cosmopolitan rifle. Can start with an Italian rifle or receiver, want a Sauer (SuS) bolt if possible... Have a S. Korean gas cylinder, will be using a very fancy commercial stock, want one part from each major manufacturer of stuff for the...
  9. Steel and Wood
    Someone just offered to trade me his M1 Garand for my Hawken 45 cal muzzleloader both of our guns are in good shape is this a good trade financially?
  10. SPF
    Battle Arms Development T1 tool. I would like to buy one if someone happens to have one. I have a nice rifle stock I would be will to trade for it if you are interested. You can pm me on here or [email protected] Frank
  11. Want To Buy
    I want to buy: NM rear sight for a m14, and a nm flsh hider. I am open to trading. I have silver, usgi standard sight, also looking for m14 tools castel nut pliers, or hand gaurd pliers. Frank
  12. M1 Garand Accuracy
    Hello everyone! I just bought a Breda M1 Garand, I will post pictures soon once I get it cleaned up. From what I can tell it is mostly all original, everything bears the BMB or BMR stamps. With the exception of the bolt and charging handle, they are marked SA. I assume that is Springfield...
  13. The M14
    I am looking for a cleaning kit to go in my buttstock, and really like how the m10 tool disassembles to bolt inside the action so i want one with that tool instead of the normal combination tool. The dilema is brownells has the m1 garand cleaning kit but is out of stock for the m14 variant...
  14. Stock
    Greetings, I have 2 M1 Garand Stocks that were issued to me at the Marine Barracks in Washington, DC over 20 years ago. Stocks still have the SA stamp on the side and the "Circle P" stamp on the grip. No gouges, cracks or scratches at all. These are new stocks that have never been put on a...
  15. Steel and Wood
    No longer valid, see newer thread.
  16. BX
    I have a 1942 M1 Garand leather scabbard. It was made for motorcycles, jeeps and yes, horses. It is marked "US J.o.M.D. 1942 J.B." No straps, Just the scabbard. Overall its is in very good to excellent condition. I have not cleaned it up as I didnt want to ruin the "patina". It has an olive drab...
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