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Please feel free to ask questions or request other pics.Springfield Armory Garand
Very good condition SA Garand as detailed below. By today's standards, this would grade as a Service Grade, plus it has a number of collectible parts, including what is probably the original barrel.
$1200 $1100 $1000 shipped OBO
SN 2934XXX (June 1944 Production)Receiver
Description: Light pitting under the stock line and on the right front barrel ring. No electro-pencil or rebuild marks.Rear Sights
Description: Type 2 lockbar sights. Closed arrows and knurled rims on both the elevation and windage knobs.Barrel
Drawing: D35448-28-A-48 (Top)
3-1 -S-A-43 (Right side) Unusual stamping variation. 1943 barrel.
Description: Dark chamber and chrome has been added to a ring around the barrel at the gas port. The muzzle has been lightly touched with a crowning tool to remove various dings and scratches, but one ding remains. Bore is strong and bright under a bore light. A Stone Axe Engineering gauge measured MW of 1.5-2 and TE of 3.Trigger Housing
Drawing: D35382 9SA
Description: Uncut curved 9
. The piston head measures
in diameter. (Remeasured with micrometer )Stock
Description: Very faint SA/GAW cartouche. The cartouche no longer has any raised or inletted portions, but looks more like where stain/grease/dirt settled into the original cartouche. No evidence remains of the ordnance wheel. There is a hint of an O.G. inside a box (Ogden Arsenal rebuild stamp) on the left side of the buttstock. There is a proof mark on the pistol grip front (serif ‘P’ within a circle) and another on the pistol grip base (san serif ‘P’ with no outer shape. Uneven stamp makes it look like an ‘F’.)Handguards
Description: Good condition. Rear handguard has a repairable crack that runs the length of the area behind the handguard clip.
HK P7M8, IK Date Code, Sterling VA Marked
This is a commercial HK import and not one of the surplussed and demilled jobs going around. Yes, those can be cleaned up, but it generally involves grinding down the side of the slide, which leaves it unsymettrical in shape when viewed from above.
Excellent condition, hard chromed, with original matching box, papers and gas port tools (scrapper and brush). Includes 2 chromed mags, 2 normal mags, Milt Sparks Versa Max 2 with kydex tucker clips and a Milt Sparks IWB single magazine pouch. The holster also includes the standard belt loops, which can be easily swapped out with a hex wrench.$1300 shipped OBO
Here is a list of things in which I have primary interest (+/- cash as appropriate):
Jerry Kuhnhausen's The U.S. .30 Caliber Gas Operated Service Rifles shop manual
- Compact ACOG - I'd prefer a special ring model with some kind of red reticle. My application is non-AR15, so I'll ask you to make a couple a measurements to see if it fits my project.
- A SAGE International M1A stripper clip scope mount
- M1A spare parts. I'm mostly looking for aftermarket improved parts such as guide rods, gas pistons, extended bolt hold opens, etc. I can also look at some SA, Inc parts.
- USGI M14 mags
- Barrel vise and/or action wrench suitable for the M1/M1A/M14
- I didn't really want another M1A, but I'll consider it if the deal is right.
- A G3 clone or AK I can easily SBR. I'm really looking for pistol models I can restock or rifles with barrel extensions that can be easily removed once the NFA paperwork clears
A full size 1911 in 10mm
- J frame/SP 101 in 357, prefer stainless and hammerless
- Scandium revolvers in 357 mag/45 ACP/44 mag. Prefer hammerless.
- S&W Revolvers in 10mm or 45ACP. 4" or preferably shorter barrel
- SPR-ish/Recon-ish Upper
- AICS chassis for Remington short action
- AR10 or FAL
- Try me!