though they may not be correct or collectors grades, the ROKs would be sought after by collectors none the less. though many of us find the century import marks ugly and distracting from the otherwise unadulterated history that comes with these guns, an import marked M1 would be a sure sign that it was a ROK garand and has a special story all it's one. after a while many collectors cherish the stories that go with their guns as much as the guns themselves and not everyone can say that they know for a fact that their M1 served in 2 major conflicts, many ROKs can say that if the serial range is correct.
ignore my complete lack of capitalization. I still have no problem correcting your grammar.
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