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Take a Look at This Beautiful Rifle

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Amsdorf, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. Amsdorf

    Amsdorf

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    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:

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  2. M&P Shooter

    M&P Shooter Metal Member

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  3. pennlineman

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    It sure is a beautiful rifle. Mine is an old Winchester mutt. :crying: But I still love it.

    Congrats on your new M-1!
     
  4. jrs93accord

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    Very nice. I have a "Collector" Grade 1943 (July) Springfield Armory M1 Garand that I bought a few years ago from an individual in Illinois. It even came with a SA M1905E bayonet dated 1908 that is a cutdown version (UF&H) with the "knife" tip.

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  5. Jade Falcon

    Jade Falcon WTF EREN?!

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    I've heard of the CMP, and that you can get a M1. How does it work, and what's required? I would love to be with a program that gave me an M1.
     
  6. nastytrigger

    nastytrigger Mediocre Member

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    Awesome! I'd be happy with a rack grade in fair condition. I've been wanting a Garand.
     
  7. nastytrigger

    nastytrigger Mediocre Member

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    They don't just give it. You have to be part of an associated shooting group, like GSSF, I believe. Then, check prices and availability for what you want.