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    Which is the right stock?

    Hello everyone, I’m having trouble figuring out which is the right stock for my Garand serial number 630722. I’m getting conflicting answers and just wanna be sure.

    #2
    Is your Rifle WRA or SA?

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      #3
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        #4
        Are you trying to determine what cartouche goes on the stock ?
        Looking for SA bayonets 922033 & 1045220

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          #5
          Yes I’m sorry, it’s an SA and I wanted to know which cartouche

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            #6
            I have SA 613217 with S-A 5-42 dated barrel stock is SA GHS with short barrel channel

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              #7
              I think the OP needs an E McF stock for that s/n.
              Jon

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                #8
                These early to mid 1942 stocks are not easy to find. The early EMcF should have the tapered clip latch cut and without the small crossed cannon stamp on the flat of the pistol grip. Either large or small crossed cannon stamp, look out for fake stamps too

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                • TJT
                  TJT commented
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                  One of my M1's is a Sept '42 (820K s/n) SA. It has the E McF stock with the tapered cut for the clip latch, small wheel and plain pistol grip bottom. Just an fyi.
                  Jon
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