Berreta Garand?

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Berreta Garand?

Postby oneshooter » Thu May 06, 2010 5:01 pm

A lady friend of mine is selling her late fathers collection. I went to her home and looked at them today. There was a M1 Garand , Danish marked on the reciever, however the reciever is not marked on the right side as a Breda made. Instead it is marked on the right side, below the woodline with a PB over D6528201. Many parts, trigger group,reciever and gas block are marked PB. The barrel is marked B.Sid 1954 with a crown over PB.
Is this a Beretta made Garand? Some of the parts, like the bolt are marked BMB, which I understand is a Breda mark.

Any info would be appreciated, as this rifle will be sold soon.

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Re: Berreta Garand?

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