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The M1 Garand: World War II, Volume 1 – Covers 1900 through September 1945, including Springfield and Winchester. Updated Second Edition (Soft Cover). All copies signed by Scott Duff!
Volume 1 of the definitive reference set written specifically for the Garand collector. Examines development and production of the M1 rifle from conception through the closing days of World War II. The first Garands, the Gas Trap rifles, are examined in detail. The evolution of Springfield Armory and Winchester produced M1s are chronicled in Data Sheets and photographs detailing original rifles.
The M1 Garand: Post World War II, Volume 2 – Covers September 1945 through June 1957, including Springfield, IHC, and HRA (Soft Cover). All copies signed by Scott Duff!
Volume 2 of the definitive reference set written specifically for the Garand collector. Examines the post World War II rebuild program at Springfield Armory, Korean War production, and continuing development. Manufacture of M1s by Springfield, International Harvester, and Harrington & Richardson are chronicled in Data Sheets and photographs detailing original rifles made by all three manufacturers.
A pocket reference guide to the M1 rifle. Ideal for pocket carry to gun shows, auctions, estate sales, and gun shops. The 8″ x 4″ size makes for easy pocket carry to Gun Shows. Includes 84 Data Sheets.
Two of the most critical factors in collecting the M1 Garand are the determination of dates of manufacture and identification of components correct for specific rifles. This is important whether considering the purchase of an M1 that is being presented as original, or attempting to restore a rifle to its correct configuration. The best way to determine the correct components for a specific M1 is through use of data sheets on original rifles. The purpose of this book is to provide the reader with serial number tables and a large sampling of data sheets to aid in identification and restoration. The M1 Garand: Serial Numbers & Data Sheets is 4″ x 8″, is Perfect bound with soft cover, has 101 pages and 84 data sheets.
The M1 Garand: Owner’s Guide – Disassembly, assembly, inspection, repair, cleaning, zeroing, and more. All copies signed by Scott Duff!
Written specifically for the M1 rifleman. With interest in the Garand at levels not previously experienced, new owners often have questions about their recent acquisition. Most common among them are: “Who made my rifle and when?” “How do I take it apart and put it back together?” “How do I clean, lubricate, and maintain it?”
This book will answer those questions.
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.
History, development, selecting the rifle, disassembly, assembly, inspection, cleaning, zeroing, and much more.
The new second printing of the “M1 Carbine Owner’s Guide” by Larry Ruth and Scott Duff is now available. It’s a comprehensive look at one of the most popular US Service Rifles of the 20th Century: the M1 Carbine.
“How do I evaluate and select an M1 Carbine?” “How do I determine the date of my Carbine’s Manufacture?” These are the questions most often asked by new Carbine enthusiasts. They are answered in “The M1 Carbine Owner’s Guide.”
Along with the history, evaluation, assembly, disassembly, operating and maintenance information expected from Scott Duff Publications’ Owner’s Guides, the “M1 Carbine Owner’s Guide” includes never-before published serial number date tables. The “M1 Carbine Owner’s Guide” 6″ x 9″, is Perfect bound with a laminated soft cover, has 134 pages and 106 photographs and drawings. All copies signed by Larry Ruth and Scott Duff!