Garand Goodness!

American Workhorse A Warrior may become lost but never forgotten. (This is probably the most ambitious shot I’ve done to date. The full res looks even better.

American Rifleman | The Unknown M1 Garand

Published first in the January 1994 issue of American Rifleman, the author explains how the rifle so familiar to millions of Americans wasn’t John C.

M1 Garand: Caliber: .30-06 (7.62x63 mm)  Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt  Overall length: 1103 mm  Barrel length: 610 mm  Weight: 4.32 kg  Feeding: non-detachable, clip-fed only magazine, 8 rounds

Garand: Caliber: Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt Overall length: 1103 mm Barrel length: 610 mm Weight: kg Feeding: non-detachable, clip-fed only magazine, 8 rounds. American standard semi auto rifle of and Korea.

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Sighting in your M1 Garand or M1A rifle

With the of July coming up really quick, it’s time for a post about one of the finest rifles ever manufactured… the Garand (and it’s younger sibling, the Lots of people …

M-1 Cal 30.06 Garand Rifle http://riflescopescenter.com/category/hawke-riflescope-reviews/

Daily Man Up Photos) There is a need for "good guys" to man up and show the way for the next generation.Young men need a narrative that they can connect with. They need ro.

M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06 http://riflescopescenter.com/category/bushnell-riflescope-reviews/

Garand rifles are the most common weapons in the hands of US troops.

from - from - Range day. Running some rounds through the scout. Pictured here resting on my FAST PAC EDC.

An American Marine aiming his Garand M1 rifle, whilst perched on Japanese ammunition crates on the Island of Iwo Jima,

WWII colorized ~ An American Marine aiming his Garand rifle, whilst perched on Japanese ammunition crates on the Island of Iwo Jima, c. February/March (Colourised by Royston Leonard from the UK)

Garand M1 @Thomas Marban Marban Haight's Outdoor Superstore #Firearms

Army airborne load out. Garand, pistol and a KBAR field knife. This is what our heroes trusted their lives to in first and second world wars.

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