Yes, I got a few thousand rounds of that from the CMP a couple of years ago. Not pretty, not particularly good for much other than it's original purpose and target practice, but it works. Had zero issues with it.
Be wary of the M2 Ball sold on the internet. I ordered a 300 round can of Korean surplus packed loose in an ammo can.
The batch had different head stamps (dates), and about 80% had been de-linked from ammo belts intended for machine guns.
After sorting through the batch, I found five different head stamps. Pulled the bullets from each lot: Some had ball powder, and others had stick powder. Even found different powders in the same head stamps of the same year. (Rifle vs. MG ammo).
I condemned all 300 rounds, dumped the powder, popped the primers, and will re-load the cases with fresh powder and primers suitable for the M-1 Garand.
The good news: It will be far cheaper to rehab this batch of ammo than to buy new ammo, and it surely will not be corrosive.