World War II

GARAND’S OWN GARAND SELLS AT AUCTION

THE ONE-MILLIONTH M1 GARAND rifle produced—and the only one that belonged to its inventor—has sold for $287,500 at an auction held by Illinois’s Rock Island Auction Company in September.

The rifle—serial number 1000000—was

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