Here's an excellent example of the "greatest battle implement ever devised" - the venerable M1 Garand. This particular Springfield-made Garand is in great shape. It features all WWII parts, including a milled trigger guard, "lock bar" sight, and barrel date of 7-45.
It also features a correct, original Walnut stock (not a modern Boyd's/CMP replacement stock, or post War birch stock). The stock is in great shape with some lightly figured grain. It is structurally excellent with no cracks, chips or soft spots. A very nice Rock Island Arsenal rebuild stamp is found on the left side of the butt stock.
The action functions correctly and the receiver features great arsenal parkerizing and no pitting or rust.
The .30-06 barrel features great, sharp rifling with no rust or pitting.
There are no import marks anywhere; meaning this is one of the few Garands on the market today that wasn't shipped to a foreign country as part of the post war lend-lease program.
This M1 would make for a great shooter, or reenactor rifle.
*This weapon was made after 1899 and MUST be shipped to Federal Firearms License holder for transfer. Never bought a gun through an FFL before? Give us a call at (262) 473-5444 and we'd be glad to walk you through this simple process