I am thinking about purchasing an M1 Garand through CMP because I am a WWII history buff, as well as an active shooter. I was wondering if there is a way to trace the weapon by serial number or what not to see it's service history, or even country where it was in service as I know that the U.S. I am thinking about purchasing an M1 Garand through CMP because I am a WWII history buff, as well as an active shooter. I was wondering if there is a way to trace the weapon by serial number or what not to see it's service history, or even country where it was in service as I know that the U.S. Exported to allied countries. I suggest this service: It's a cheap service that works great! It could be used for a much deeper search.
The M1 Garand was the standard service rifle from 1936 through 1957. The result is that the parts kit represents a wide range of places and dates of manufacturing. However, it is possible to figure out when and where Garand parts were manufactured, at least within ranges of time. History of the M1 Garand. This is a brief overview. If you are like me, owning an M1 Garand goes a lot deeper than just owning a firearm. USRIFLECAL30M1.com M1 Garand Serial Number Master List.
You can use it to get hold of different varieties of background reports, and in addition cell numbers, addresses and names. You can get unlimited reports. I ran with this because I required to verify more numbers.
You can get the name, other phone number, address history, relatives, and much more about anyone! The completly free reverse phone lookup generally doesn't provide anything interesting. To get interesting information, money will must be paid.
The free searches don't provide considerably more than what may be found through the phone directory or personal information and they simply require your email to send spam. The reverse phone detective search tool does work, but you should use just the service that I posted above. The last thing you want to do, is pay for a service and find the numbers you want to lookup are not available in their directory. The service that I reccomend doesn't have any kind of problem, you won't get any bad surprise! • Tell us some more • Upload in Progress • Upload failed. Please upload a file larger than 100x100 pixels • We are experiencing some problems, please try again. • You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG.
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Basically, the answer is that there is no way. CMP has the old DCM records of guns sold to the public, but the Army never kept permanent records of weapons, just temporary records for inventory purposes (mimeographed lists of serial numbers assigned to a unit). The serial number of an issue weapon was not made part of the soldier's personnel (201) file. In rare instances, a rifle can be traced to a unit or an individual because someone wrote in a book that 'I was issued M1 rifle No. Or something like that. But that doesn't happen often. IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER Although The High Road has attempted to provide accurate information on the forum, The High Road assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information.
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