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Ordnance Drawings - .30 M1 Caarbine, .30 M1 Garand Rifle

Ordnance Drawings - .30 M1 Caarbine, .30 M1 Garand Rifle

Ordnance Drawings - .30 M1 Caarbine, .30 M1 Garand Rifle

I'm looking for Ordnance Drawings for U.S. .30 Caliber Gas Operated Carbines and Service Rifles "M1 Garand". I have Jerry Kuhnhausen "A Shop Manual" books Vol.1&2, Vol.3&4 containing most of parts and drawings but has some serious errors. I need to see original(maybe from DOD) draings.
Do someone knows how to get those drawings and how much is the cost for? NARA could not locate the place to have darwing. Springfield Armory did not want to show to public.  

RE: Ordnance Drawings - .30 M1 Caarbine, .30 M1 Garand Rifle

I'll check my collection of obsolete Field and Technical manuals for drawings on the weapon.    It's a bit simplistic, but ebay usually has a selection of FM's and TM's on the M1 for sale all the time.

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