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Fulton Armory Service Grade 30-06 Springfield

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This is what a new Garand looked like, back in WWII. The fine walnut stock sets off the dark Parkerizing of the historic and thoroughly inspected and reworked (as necessary) parts of the Fulton Armory Service Grade Garand.

Fulton Armory Service Grade 30-06 Springfield

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The nice walnut of the Fulton Garand stood above the metal everywhere. Some may think it was too high, but it was apparently authentic. We liked the near-black color of the Parkerizing.
This rifle shot better than its guaranteed accuracy, and didn't need match ammo to do so. Everything worked perfectly, on this and on all three Garands.

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