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    Talking New M1 Garand Owner Looking for Knowledge/Appraisal

    Hello everyone!! Brand new Garand owner as of today; 1943 Winchester receiver/barrel with LOTS of WRA parts. Curious how much of this is actually Win other than the items marked WRA. I forgot to photo the barrel but it does have the oval WP proof. Trigger guard is also WRA. 46025 W.R.A. with white letters.
    Barrel and Throat are 2+

    Follow the link for the other photos I took and if I missed anything PLEASE let me know!

    1943 Winchester M1 Garand WRA - Album on Imgur

    Been reading, but I would really appreciate an expert read on what I own and an estimated value (so I know just HOW happy to be). Lifelong ownership dream fulfilled so I won't be upset either way.

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    Stock, op rod, trigger housing, rear lock bar site aren't Winchester. value 950 plus
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    If the barrel is correct and matches the receiver and not the 1960's Winchester replacement along with the Winchester bolt you have a nice barreled receiver . The other missing parts will cost $1200.00 or more to have a all Winchester M1icon the stock will be hard to find in good condition , I saw one a year ago that sold for $750.00 that was in very good or better condition . Start looking for the missing parts to get it as close to correct as you can , nice start to having a complete Winchester .

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    Is this a rifle from the CMPicon or a private purchase?


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