Garand rifle

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Synonyms for Garand rifle

a semiautomatic rifle

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30 MI Garand rifle and the MI911A1 pistol, which they referred to as "Cal.
But it needed to be lighter and more compact than the M1903 or the recently adopted M1 Garand rifles.
62x51mm M14 became a relatively popular successor to the legendary M1 Garand rifle when it entered service with US armed forces in the late 1950s.
With the Garand rifle shooters would shoot two rounds, then reload with a full eight-shot clip and fire the remaining rounds.
Army adopted the semiautomatic M1 Garand rifle, although teething problems caused its general issue to be postponed several times.
military aid and the Argentine navy obtained M1 Garand rifles chambered for the .
The White House's refusal to allow Century International Arms to re-import the World War II-era M1 Garand rifles is an apparent result of new rules set up last summer concerning requests to ship military-grade firearms back into the United States.
The president's new gun control measures, announced today by Vice President Joe Biden, will prevent the recovery of thousands of military-surplus M-1 Garand rifles that are valued by collectors, competitors and historic reenactors.
30 caliber M I Garand rifles or M1 carbines and a mix of .
Then there were the clips for their M-1 Garand rifles, ammunition belts, entrenching tools and bayonets.
They were provided with weapons by the USA, including M1903 and M1903A3 Springfield and Ml Garand rifles and MI Carbines.
The M73 (Lyman Alaskan) was later designated the M81 (with crosshair) or M82 (post reticle) for use on the M1C and M1D Garand rifles.
30/06 M1903 Springfield and the M1 Garand rifles and served us into World War I1.
When the USA entered the war, it supplied the Free French with large quantities of arms, including M1917, M1903 and MI Garand rifles and M1 and Ml Al Carbines.