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    Default M1 Garand Memorial Day Tribute Video

    I made this video as a tribute to my Uncle George, who lost a leg at the Battle of the Bulge, serving as a combat medic. The Garand I'm shooting in this video is a Springfield Armory, all correct, built in 1944, with original receiver and barrel. Dean's Gun Restoration replaced the wood, which was post WWII wood, and reparkerized it.

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    Congratulations. What a wonderful looking rifle and a perfect way to remember a family member that served. Kudos Sir.

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    Thanks, glad you liked it.

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    Nice video....good way to remember your Uncle.
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    Nice, thanks for the time you spent putting this together. Also, thank you to your uncle for his service and sacrifice!
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    ol george said it rite. i trained with one back in 61.

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    Thanks for all the kind comments, glad you liked it.

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