VIDEO: WWII Garand Porn

VIDEO: WWII Garand Porn

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    VIDEO: WWII Garand Porn

    Nothing but pictures....close ups...slow panning shots....of a WWII era M1 Garand.

    This particular Garand was made at Springfield, MA in September 1944, has correct receiver and barrel, was at some point sent to the armory where it received a truly butt ugly stock and mismatched upper forend, in a nice orangy color with a red number painted on the stock.

    I know, I know. Garand collector purists will recoil in horror at this, but....

    I had it restored/reconditioned by Dean's Gun Restorations, all new parkerized and wood.

    She's a beauty, take a look. Have any pics or videos of your Garand(s)?

    LINK TO VIDEO.

    When it comes to military surplus rifles from WWII, in my humble opinion, it don't mean a thing if it ain't got that "ping."
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    Y'all have seen it here before but here's the one that lives here. It's the rifle I admire most of all in the collection. If stuff deserves shooting at long distance then this rifle and cartridge amply serves the purpose.
















    It's a 1985 acquisition from the CMP's predecessor, the DCM. Complete with stock that looks as if it was dragged behind a truck and all. Since it's still the proper World War II stock it's been left alone.
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    Very nice...totally agree with leaving that stock alone!! A real gem.

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    Except for a mint-condition original, I'm all for restoring items such as these if it will keep them operating forever. I mean, you fix your car, don't you? Why not your gun? Unless it was Wyatt Earps' Colt, well worthy of saving "as is," an accurately restored firearm is much more impressive to me than a beat-up, worn firearm.

    OP, great job on the restoration. I hope it gives you many years of faithful service--then restore it once more and start over again!
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    Very nice rifle, video and restoration.

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    your M1 looks so teriffic and "Battle Worn", if it were mine I wouldn't trade it for all the tea in China!
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    Mine's been re-stocked with a beech stick so it's not as pretty as Paul's or Bryan's, but by God it's a shooter! Just spent some time this summer finding the right 'recipe' for the freebie Hornady bullets I got with my press last year, but now I've got a good stash on hand that shoots about 2 inches at 100 yards. I'm good to go for the best time of year here in AZ.
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    One of mine. Picked up three at Aniston, Al CMP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    One of mine. Picked up three at Aniston, Al CMP.

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    Nice, if only that rifle could speak!

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    Paul in the video, give me twenty pushups. THERE IS NO CHARGING HANDLE ON A GARAND. IT IS AN OPERATING ROD!
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    What beautiful rifles!
    Does anyone have the carbine version of M1? Any thoughts, photos comparisons between the two?
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    Beautiful old rifle. Got to love the Garand.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brass63 View Post
    What beautiful rifles!
    Does anyone have the carbine version of M1? Any thoughts, photos comparisons between the two?
    Not a "carbine" version, but the Tanker Garand. Shortened version of the full length M1 Garand utilized in small quantaties by Tank crews. I think Fulton Armory makes or has them. Exactly the same rifle and 30-.06 caliber but just shorter.
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