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M1 Garand
M1 AFPG National Match Receiver "0-66" SA 4306373
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Listing Format: Auction
Current price : $1,002.00
Starting bid: $1.00
# of bids: 20
Closes: Auction is closed
Location: Alabama, United States
Started: 5/3/2021
Ended: 5/15/2021
Seller: cmp7
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 M1 AFPG National Match Receiver "0-66" SA 4306373


Heat Lot Number: A44B

Draw Number: D 6528291 43


67b is stamped on the underside near the front leg. 8 is stamped on the other side of the receiver from the heat lot number.


Receiver was orignally built anywhere from Dec. 1953- End of Production 1957. It was later rebuilt in 1966. 

The drilled hole under the sight hole is how the sights were able to make the adjustments for competitions that was done by the USAF Competitive Weapons Shop.

The Serial Number fall within the range of numbers for AFPG.




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