I'm told this is a Garand and a half, made in early 70s by a gunsmith in Colorado seeking a Gov contact to convert M1 Garands to use M14 mags and fire .308. There were only about 240 made. It is a M14 Magazine and stock conversion done on an imaculate International Harvester receiver. It has good magazine lock-up and is very well done. The stock was originally bedded by the maker, and I have touched up the bedding and installed a M4 collapsing stock, AR grip, single point sling adapter, and dual sling swivel studs for a bipod.
The barrel is 19" plus the sniper style flashsupressor.
Overall length is 38" to 42"
LOP is adjustable from 10" to 14"
Would make a nice little truck-rifle or something for those who collect limited production run rifles. Could be put into a BM59 stock which may require re-installing the original M1 Garand stock ferrule.
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