The change was made to prevent the operating rod from rubbing on the stock. Oil quench from 1575° to 1676° F. Griswold had to sleep on the couch for a few days until he wised up and sent her some flowers which got him out of the doghouse. Both the Win-13s and Springfields have rifles in the 1,601,150 to 1,640,xxx serial number range. These were evaluated in trials to replace the M1903 Springfield bolt-action rifle with a self-loading design. Army and the Civilian Marksmanship Program, M1 Garands will be limited to eight per calendar year, per customer.
The rifle remained in storage at Anniston until January 18, 1999 when it was acquired by the Civilian Marksmanship Program for sale to qualified purchasers. Anyway, if such a scenario could happen yea, right! Please Note: Limited Inventory at. Not the private company in an entirely different part of the country. Jones was a recent draftee from Skunkworks, New Hampshire and was not at all happy about being assigned to Camp Beauregard. I learned long ago that experience is usually the best teacher. On October 5, 2000, Surpie had the rifle on his table at the local gun show in your town. Machine production began at Springfield Armory that month at a rate of ten rifles per day, and reached an output of 100 per day within two years.
Gas cylinder lock screw is Type 3. Wilson was the youngest of four siblings two boys and a girl. While interesting, there is no subsequent information revealed regarding the gun in question. Wood may be of new production but may be used and show signs of wear on Service Grade Garands. Other stamps used on the stocks were the circled 'P' proof mark with serifs on the pistol grip, and the Ordnance Wheel with Crossed Cannons. The rifle bore will be very good with no significant defects and with a throat erosion of less than 4 and a muzzle wear of 2 or less. Springfield Armory serial numbers range from, 4,300,000, 1953 to 6,099,905 in 1957.
My grandfather was a one-of-a-kind, and even though my mom hated him. The stocks for these rifles sometimes did not have any cartouches on them. Springfield Armory left, Later Winchester right. Lower drawing numbers are generally related to early parts. They began production with serial number 4,200,000.
The front hand guard had the drawing number C46006. In March, 1953, the Ordnance Dept. See above for Field Grade description. I didn't see any receivers by any of the three makers in the 4. Other stamps used on the stocks were the circled 'P' proof mark on the pistol grip. The duplicate numbers were lined out and the substitute numbers electro-penciled under the original. Exact quantity and ranges unknown.
Similarly, with my first wife her wedding ring when given to us as a gift was a Provenance ring with a remarkable history. Again, before buying a serious rifle, invest in some literature books. I've heard of different guns being tracked down to having been owned by everyone from Melvin Purvis to Wyatt Earp. Interestly, the son had no interest in getting it back. Springfield Armory annual reports, 1953-1964. Fosdick, a native of Troy, New York, had worked at the Raritan for about a year and a half was glad he was able to miss getting drafted. Free shipping to continental U.
Wood will have a few handling marks and minor dings and scratches. With that being said, here are the serial number blocks for each of the 3 main producers. The guy that owned it before me didn't have the gas piston inline with the hole on the barrel and it wouldn't eject the cartage. Improvements and changes were implemented by an evolutionary process from 1954 thru 1963, until the M1 was replaced by the M14. The stocks were made by the Overton Corp.
That business was unsuccessful, and then in 1974, the Illinois company was founded. Manufacturer selection only guarantees the receiver was produced by the manufacturer listed. The arch was less rounded at the beginning of use, and was more rounded as in this picture by serial number 1,210,000. As events transpired, the rifles were never issued and remained in storage at Benicia until August 15, 1961 when they were ordered to be transferred to Anniston Army Depot. He shrugged and then picked up the rifle and placed it in a wooden crate along with hundreds of others for long-term storage.