Russian fully automatic anti-materiel rifle, similar to the Russian KPB
Fair Rack Grade Rifles. Most of these rifles have been refinished or rebuilt at least once while in military service and will likely have some parts from other manufacturers.
Rifle wear will be exhibited by worn and mixed colors of the finish; there may be some minor pitting on the metal parts; wood will be basically sound but may be well used with minor hairline cracks, poor fit, and many digs, scratches and gouges; wood may not match in color, type of wood or condition.
These rifles may have some foreign parts and wood may be Walnut, Birch, Beech or other variety. Rifles do not have import marks. The overall appearance and condition of the rack grade will generally be rougher than any other grade.
Manufacturer selection only guarantees the receiver was produced by the manufacturer listed. The barrel and the other parts may have been produced by other manufacturers.
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Fair to Good Field Grade Rifles. Fair to good condition. Rifle wear will be exhibited by worn and mixed colors of the finish; may have pitting on the metal parts; wood will be basically sound but may be well used with minor hairline cracks, and many dings, scratches and gouges; wood may not match in color, type of wood or condition.
Wood may be new Hackberry wood with no holes drilled for the cleaning kit.
Do not expect rifles in mint condition in this grade. May come with new wood. Good to very good condition. Rifle wear will be exhibited by worn and mixed colors of the parkerized finish.
Wood will be either Walnut, Birch, Beech or other variety and will be basically sound but may have minor hairline cracks, dings, scratches and gouges.
Wood may not match in color or type of wood. Wood may be of new production but may be used and show signs of wear on Service Grade Garands.
Bores will be generally good with only minor imperfections. The barrel crown may be nicked, but the muzzle will gauge "3 or less" and the throat erosion will gauge less than 5.
This rifle consists of a new production stock and handguard set with CMP cartouche, a new production barrel and new web sling. Receiver and most other parts are refinished USGI, but some parts may be new manufacture. Receiver may have pitting as seen in the picture below. See item for details.
The stock and handguards will be of walnut and correct for the rifle but will have some dings, dents, scratches and marring of the wood finish.
The rifle bore will be very good with no significant defects and with a throat erosion of less than 4 and a muzzle wear of 2 or less.
Very good to excellent condition. This grade is rare and is only available occasionally in limited quantities. Because of the scarcity of these rifles, they will only be sold on the CMP auction site at cmpauction.
Rifle bores are excellent with throat erosion under 3 and muzzle wear of 2 or less. Collector Grade rifles have all original parts as they came from the manufacturer.
Wood will have a few handling marks and minor dings and scratches. Excellent condition - little or no use.CMP Special ) M1 Garand. This is a completely refurbished rifle consisting of an original M1 Garand Springfield or HRA receiver, new production Criterion barrel, new production American Walnut stock and handguards, and new web sling.
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