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North East OK WTS M1 Garand

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by Mitch Rapp, Jun 28, 2018.

  1. Mitch Rapp

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    And another [​IMG]

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    Stock Cartouches [​IMG]

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    Chamber...dusty...sorry... I think that's in the white.[​IMG]

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    Bore, hard to get a picture, but seems shiny and crisp to me. I have always used a bore snake to clean it, so the muzzle should be fine.[​IMG]

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    Trigger and op rod.[​IMG][​IMG]

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    Original bolt. This is where some of the odd story comes from. O-16 bolts were to be checked for, and removed by an armorer. They are rare, and sell for over $100 as a stand alone collector item. I have kept it with the rifle, as a sort of proof of provenance. Again, part of what makes this rifle more interesting and unique.

    The replacement bolt is also an SA bolt.[​IMG][​IMG]

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    Looks like I need to find another number on the trigger assembly, but at this point the dates for the parts all seem to be in range of one another, late war?

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    Have you had any offers?
     
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    I have a gentleman I have spoken too, waiting to find out a bit more about the gun so I can set a value fair to myself as well as any buyer.

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    Deal pending

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