Well not mine but Dad's. I just saw it the first time on Saturday. I'm not a Garand guy and Dad's extent to knowing about them is "just like the one I carried in Korea". God love him.... At 85, he forgets where he left his watch, but still remembers how to strip down and clean a Garand. I guess when that rifle was the only thing between you and thousands of Chinese you remembered how to take care of it. It's one of the CMP rifles. The markings I found on it- Reciever; U.S. Rifle Cal.30M1 Springfield Amory 2172616 On the stock; Left side of pistol grip- S.A. EMcF, with the Springfield logo next to it. Underside of pistol grip- P with a circle around it. Paperwork; Muzzle reading 1+ Throat reading 4+ Rifle Grade RMI Service-SA BBL; SA 12/43 Date 10-11-17 Those are the only markings I could find on it. I get most of that stuff but not the details. I know it's not a match grade rifle but it's in pretty good shape for a service grade. Stock is in amazingly good condition and all the metal looks good with expected normal patina. Sorry no pics I didn't have a camera. I told Dad I knew just where to go to find out some more about his rifle "just like the one he carried in Korea". So I come here of course.