NRA Gun of the Week: Springfield Armory M1 Garand Rifle

Just a few years before the United States entered the second global war, airsoft red dot sight the U.S. service rifle changed from the bolt-action M1903 Springfield, to the gas-piston-operated semi-automatic M1 Garand. This standard issue rifle changed the game for our troops with its ability to fire repeatedly, shots of .eotech replica for sale 30-’06 Springfield, as fast as one could squeeze the trigger. Loading was fast and easy facilitated by en-bloc clips that held eight rounds and evacuated the action once empty. eotech 551 replica John C. Garand’s rifle system saw production numbers over 5 million units. The M1 Garand faded from standard issue in 1960s with the introduction of the M14, a select-fire rifle chambered for 7.62×51 mm, but modeled after the M1 Garand. eotech 553 clone for sale Mark Keefe hosts this week’s NRA Gun of the Week–a vintage rifle that some may say changed modern warfare.

Specifications:
Make: U.S. Springfield Armory
Model: M1 Garand
Chambering: .30-’06 Sprg.
Action: gas-operated semi-automatic rifle
Receiver: forged steel, Parkerized
Barrel: 23.5”, Parkerized
Magazine: eight-round, en-bloc clip
Sights: fake eotech for sale rear aperture adjustable for windage and elevation; protected post front
Trigger: 7-lb., 3-oz. pull
Stock: walnut

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