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Price for either Garand is $950 +$35 shipping to your FFL. Know if you can own this firearm.

#1 Beautiful condition original finish 5.57M HRA Garand
Wearing a new laminate stock set. Barrel gauges almost new MW 1, TE 2
Correct HRA 12-54 barrel
Many HRA parts, bolt, op-rod, sights
WW II Winchester milled trigger guard
Nice post war sling.
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more pics: http://s698.photobucket.com/user/sdedier/slideshow/5-57M%20HRA%20Laminate

#2 A 3.7M range SA that was rebuilt in 1965 ** SPF to batman 82 **
SA 1965 barrel MW=0, TE=2 this barrel is as new
77 Series Op-rod (same series as NM)-19 bolt
-12 Trigger group with the interesting mod possibly to tighten lockup.
Very tight lockup on the WWII stock
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More pics: http://s698.photobucket.com/user/sdedier/slideshow/1965%20Rebuild

PM for questions. Posted on multiple boards so e-mail with I'll take it by time stamp rules.

Also looking for an excellent condition USGI M14 barrel for partial trade
 

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Will answer these here since I think 3 people have asked the exact same questions DI2


Possibly a feint marker on the leg but nothing I can make out specifically or would attribute to a particular arsenal.

No idea on the CMP history. There are no import marks on the rifle. The proof P is a rebuild one in a square box but there are no stamped letters that I can see to indicate an arsenal. Has rack numbers on the buttstock and foregrip that match. The stock is in very nice condition and locks up great on the gun.

Friendly thoughts on CMP paperwork as many new Garand collectors ask about it. I live near Aniston and have bought somewhere between 20 and 30 guns there ( I miss the good old days! ). I can have a rifle completely apart and back together, including a different barrel, with all different parts in under 2 hours and I am a rank amateur. Personally, I put paperwork in the "buy the gun and not the story" category. Trust your eyes and your references. All paperwork does is tell you the receiver of that serial number left the CMP on a given date. If it happens to be an auction gun, it might add value but remember the higher end the gun the more $$$ someone can make by taking off valuable parts and replacing them with lesser ones. I have even seen import marked guns with CMP papers.

Just thoughts, happy collecting.

If you are going for a collector/shooter gun, the HRA is actually much closer to correct and I probably have an HRA stock that I could put on it as well as the correct trigger guard.
 

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