There are still Garands available ay CMP although only one grade:http://thecmp.org/cmp_sales/rifle_sales/m1-garand/
I wouldn't hold your breath for th Garands from Phillippines and the ones from Korea will proably be sold by import ciompanies like AIM as the Koreans appartenly bought and paid for the Garands and Carbines. The CMP can only sell rifles that are US own ed.
If the rifles from the Phillippines do go to CMP then it is going to be quite a while before they are available, read quite a while as several years after they arrive. CMP conpletely reconditions all surplus rifles they sell and they only have a limited staff.
You can now buy only eight rifles per year from CMP. It used to be 12. The completely reconditioned rifles now for sale at CMP are "service grade" and sell for $830. That includes shipping and there is no tax unless you live in Alabama or Ohio. They can also be legally shipped directly to your home without going through an FFL.
It's quite a thrill to see the FedEx truck coming up the drive on a CMP delivery day.
I just ordered another one (and 400 rounds of surplus Greek ammo and 40 more clips) because I think they are an excellent investment and much better than leaving the money in a savings account.
As far as a range report, I haven't taken any pics of me firing but I will try to get my wife to take some while I am firing so I can post them. She thinks it is much to loud so she down't like to be on the line when I am firing it.
Firing a Garand is magical and hearing the "PING!!!" every four or five seconds makes you weak in the knees.