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My M1 Garand Rifle

Article about: For those who may not know, the weight is around 10 or 12 pounds. Can you imagine carrying one of these around with you, day after day, for a year or more ? ! ? !

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    For those who may not know, the weight is around 10 or 12 pounds.
    Can you imagine carrying one of these around with you, day after day,
    for a year or more ? ! ? !

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    The M1 Garand has a very akward way of loading. For what reason did John Garand abandon the stripper clip? With a cut down BAR magazine added, he would have had a 10 shot rifle, that could been topped up. No "ping" after the last shot!

    Actually the M14 came close, but late!

    Cheers,
    Emile

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    Anyway, The M1 Garand is a legend of the American weaponology.

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    HDTony
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    Very nice example you have there. Once nipped myself.

    Tony

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    Quote by HDTony View Post
    Very nice example you have there. Once nipped myself.

    Tony
    Thanks

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    Gran Torino baby.....Gran Torino

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