When I was first getting involved
in learning about M1 Garand Rifles I was annoyed that I could not find a well
illustrated website showing the basics of taking the rifle apart and more importantly
getting it back together! On the following pages you will see how each part fits
into the mechanism as a whole and maybe, just maybe, learn what it is supposed
to do. This Assembly and Maintenance page of of the M1 Garand Rifle site includes
detail and field stripping sections as well as re-assembly procedures that I use.
section of The M1Garand An American Companion In Three Wars Website has been removed!
(But that is a GOOD THING!)
Consulting is very proud to announce that the Civilian
Marksmanship Program (CMP) has recently acquired this section of
our website. MemorablePlaces.com designs and builds websites including this very
site which was our offering to the M1 Garand Community. In 2002 the CMP expressed
interest in acquiring about 200 pages worth of this site which included the Nomenclature,
Field Stripping, Detail Stripping, Reassembly, and the Accessories sections.
August of 2002 we completed the job of repackaging those areas of the M1
Garand, An American Companion In Three Wars website and we transferred them
to the CMP where they are now a permanent part of the CMP website. Terms of the
deal are not being disclosed but all online rights and responsibilities for those
portions of the site now belong to the Civilian Marksmanhip Program.
click here for a link to the
section of the site you were looking for.
On the following pages you will see how
each part fits into the mechanism as a whole and maybe, just maybe, learn what
it is supposed to do. This Assembly and Maintenance page of of the M1 Garand Rifle
site includes detail and field stripping sections as well as re-assembly procedures
that I use.
Because I feel that it
is important to pass on to others a little of what I learn, (and a lot of people
have helped to teach this stuff to me), I decided to put this section together.
Please note what this site is and what it is not.
is NOT a guide or instruction manual.
is NOT in any way offering advice.
is NOT a substitute for real training and instruction of any kind.
- It IS a window into how I do things.
IS intended as a source of parts photos.
IS up to you to seek out REAL training from an expert and not rely on this page.
For obvious reasons I do NOT recommend
any of the procedures written about on this website. This is, for good or for
ill, how *I* work on my Garand Rifles. I have not been trained by any experts
and I may be doing something dangerous to myself or to my rifle. Do NOT try any
of these techniques yourself. Get a competent and certified M1 gunsmith to help
and instruct you you. By continuing further you must agree
to indemnify and hold harmless all persons or companies connected with this website
and affirm that you are going to use this information solely as a window of education
into how the writer works on his own property and as such you understand that
it may be a window into a fools paradise and will hold all parties associated
DO NOT TRY ANYTHING LISTED
ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES.
I Agree and want to continue. I will indemnify
and hold all persons harmless. I am an adult and understand minors are not allowed.
DO NOT agree and want away from this set of
pages and take me someplace more FUN!
feel free to explore the other sections of this website:
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