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The M1 Garand Complete Assembly Guide - How to build your own M1 Garand by Walt Kuleck with Clint McKee
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The M1 Garand Complete Assembly Guide - How to build your own M1 Garand by Walt Kuleck with Clint McKee


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The M1 Garand Complete Assembly Guide - How to build your own M1 Garand by Walt Kuleck with Clint McKee.

Since the publication of Scott Duff's The M1 Garand Owner's Guide, readers have asked for a book that would help guide them through the assembly of their M1 Garand. Ideally, such a book would impart the tips, tricks, pitfalls and "gotchas!" that experienced Garand enthusiasts and armorers have discovered and developed over the years. his is that book. It goes beyond the military manuals in depth and scope, using words and pictures to clearly guide the reader through every operation required to assemble their Garand. You'll learn the best and easiest ways to build your rifle. It won't make you an Garand armorer, but it will make you a more knowledgeable owner. You'll be able to do more with (and to) your rifle. You'll also be able to better judge the competence of those whom you choose to work on your rifle, and to discuss your needs more intelligently with them.

In short, if you build it, you'll know how to repair it. All copies signed by Walt Kuleck!

The M1 Garand Complete Assembly Guide is a companion volume to The M1 Garand Owner's Guide by Scott Duff. The Owner's Guide gives you a look into the history and development of the Garand, as well as giving you everything you need to know to use and maintain your M1 Rifle. The Owner's Guide goes far beyond the military manuals in both scope and depth. It is a "must have for every Garand owner! The M1 Garand Complete Assembly Guide is 6" x 9", is Perfect bound with a laminated soft cover, has 161 pages and over 350 photographs.