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M1 Garand MK2 Mod1, Navy Grade B Match rifle : Semi Auto Rifles at GunBroker.com

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M1A1 Paratrooper Carbine.  cal .30 carbine. Over 6 million M-1 carbines were made for the U.S. Army until 1945. Not to be confused with the M-1 rifle. The carbine is much lighter and shorter, and uses different, lower power ammunition. 15 and later 30-round magazines. This is the paratroop version, with folding stock.

The Carbine paratrooper. The original personal defence weapon!

WWII collection: M1 Garand, M1 carbine, M1911, Winchester Model 1897, and Thompson submachine gun

WWII collection: Garand, carbine, Winchester Model and Thompson submachine gun. The Springfield 1903 was a heavily used sniper rifle at the time and is noticeably missing from this collection in my opinion.

A Collection of US Battle Rifles

from the left is the Garand, then the Carbine, then the My favorite battle rifles and a really cool mini version of one of them.

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.

M-1 Carbine variants

Under appreciated by most, but one of my personal favorites.

The M1941 Johnson Rifle was an American short-recoil operated semi-automatic rifle designed by Melvin Johnson prior to World War II. The M1941 competed unsuccessfully with the U.S. M1 Garand rifle, though it was manufactured and issued in limited numbers to U.S. forces.

The Johnson Rifle was an American short-recoil operated semi-automatic rifle designed by Melvin Johnson prior to World War II. The competed unsuccessfully with the U. Garand rifle, though it was manufactured and issued in limited numbers to U.

This little .30 semi-auto proved to be one of the most popular military arms of all time. Garry James takes a look at the M1 Carbine.

This little semi-auto proved to be one of the most popular military arms of all time. Garry James takes a look at the Carbine.

Springfield Armory - M1 Garand Rifle & M1 Carbine

Springfield Armory - Garand Rifle & Carbine Two rifles, two pieces of history I really really want! Both rifles served out country well and preceded the which is still in use today.

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