Garand


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Synonyms for Garand

a semiautomatic rifle

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Among the best examples of a well cared for rifles with numerous dings in my safe is a Beretta-produced Ml Garand rifle and a Winchester Model 94 .
It may have been final, but as WWII loomed, the Garand wasn't in its final form and other designs, most notably the Johnson rifle, were advocated.
THE FIRST OF THESE TWO war-winning firearms to appear on the scene was the M1 Garand rifle.
30-06 Springfield Garand, over six million M1 Carbines were nevertheless manufactured during the war.
Brandon, Garand and Graham alleging violations of federal securities laws.
30 M1 Garand and the leaf-type rear sight (L-shaped flip-type) had two settings only.
I greatly enjoyed Duke Venturino's article on the MI Garand in the February issue.
Born in Linwood on April 4, 1922, she was the daughter of Margella and Antoinette (Poulin) Garand and has lived in Linwood all of her life.
276-caliber Pedersen cartridge], both the one designed by Pedersen and the one designed by Garand, were never designed as light, smaller-caliber rifles to replace the Springfield.
At another point, Bradshaw used his Garand to neutralize an enemy machine gunner 150 yards distant.
The chairmen of Barangays Luuk Tulay, Sangkap, Nyog-Nyog, Kamawi and Andallan in Pata turned over an M16 and eight M1 Garand to the 31st Marine Company of the Marine Battalion Landing Team 1 led by Lt.
Mion and Bareo yielded their two US M1 Garand rifles to the troops.
Sobejana said the bandits also turned over eight firearms like M16, M14 rifle and Garand rifles.
A clean, arsenal re-conditioned MID Garand sniper rifle sold at the March 15, 2016, James D.