my Springfield 1942 CMP SG


my Springfield 1943 CMP Dane


my Springfield 1944 CMP Dane


my Springfield M1D 1942 CMP


my International Harvester 1953 CMP


my Harrington & Richardson 1953 CMP


my Harrington & Richardson 1954
Who's Chris?
That's me!, on multiple forums, I go by:
Homer_H&R or icormba.


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Harrington & Richardson 1954 in beautiful birch
Greg aka: ptrthgr8 refinished the Stock himself on this one.
courtesy of Greg aka: ptrthgr8
Check out the work Greg on his HRA in his album:
http://public.fotki.com/ptrthgr8/us_firearms/54_hra_garand/
Springfield 1942
These 2 are one in the same after Greg had Dean @ Dean's Gun Restorations get a hold of it! NICE!
courtesy of Greg aka: ptrthgr8
http://public.fotki.com/ptrthgr8/us_firearms/1942_sa_m1_dgr/

Harrington & Richardson January 1956 Service Grade(CMP)
Luck of the draw left Sam with almost all HRA parts!
courtesy of Sam Carlson, US Army, Retired
(Pic Donator #1)
This Springfield belongs to Martin Schuessler, NICE display pic!
HRA Sam built up from a CMP Receiver (SN 5,579,xxx)
courtesy of Sam Carlson, US Army, Retired
see some of Sam's Danes
on the Danes page.
3) left: SA Jan '45 I built up from a CMP Receiver (SN: 3,441,xxx). Boyd's stock, extremely nice 10-61 Danish VAR
4) right: Sam's first CMP acquisition, a SA SG (SN: 4,313,000) with a 8-53 barrel original to the receiver.
courtesy of Sam Carlson, US Army, Retired  (Pic Donator #1)

5) left: CMP IHC RG (SN: 4,459,xxx) with a 4-53 LMR barrel. The TE is 6 and ME 2.9, but with some bore scrubbing and light muzzle crown finishing, this Rack Grade IHC will shoot 2 MOA or less.
6) right: CMP SG HRA (SN: 4,473,xxx) with an original 3-54 HRA barrel w/ Boyd's stock & NM sights.
courtesy of Sam Carlson, US Army, Retired

7) a C.A.I., "so I have no bad feelings about tricking it out as a sporter. It has an almost new Beretta barrel and all the other parts are also Beretta or BMB/BMR. I salvaged all the USGI parts for restoring other Garands. The HRA barrel that came with this is now on my HRA receiver I built up. I'm a lefty but still have no problems shooting this scoped M1 left handed. The 3.5 x 10 45mm scope makes the shooting life easy on my old eyes. The stock I used was originally a HRA, but not worthy of restoring. The hand guards were cracked up, so they got put together with epoxy and everything weather coated."
courtesy of Sam Carlson, US Army, Retired

from top to bottom:
Harrington & Richardson 1954
Winchester 1943
c.a.i. new receiver
Springfield 1945
Winchester m1d 1944
Nice Collection Brad!
There's JohnEB's collection above!
I might have to give him half a page to explain all these :o)
from top down:
CMP 1942 Winchester
CMP 1941 Springfield
CMP 1953 H&R
Plus their 2 little ones, Inland and a Saginaw S'G'.
ok, so Ed snuck the Carbines in here, but I figured since there was some confusion a while back on one of the forums between an M1 Garand & an M1 Carbine I thought it would be informational :o) plus, Ed has a nice setup there.
ok, so David "ACEFLY" cheated and snuck his CMP 1942 Rem 03-A3 in here, but since some might want to see a "New" M1 Springfield, whata' gonna do?
Picture #3 is his grandfather's old DCM 1952 Springfield
 
   
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