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#61 15 years ago

For some reasuion my pic disabered. All repost them and wooly bully. Thos m1 garand are the same one just from driffent views. M1 Garand (USA)

m1gar_1.jpg M1 Garand rifle - left side view

m1gar_2.jpg same rifle - right side view

m1gar_d.jpg M1D Garand sniper rifle

m1gar_6.jpg Close-up view on the receiver, bolt in closed position, charging handle and rear sight of the M1 Garand

m1gar_5.jpg M1 Garand stripped action; clearly seen are the magazine housing, operating rod and a part of the return spring behind the operating rod

m1gar_4.jpg .30-06 caliber ammunition in the 8-roun M1 clips

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#62 15 years ago

Also check out the carbine m1car_l.jpg US M1 carbine, left side

m1car_r.jpg same M1 carbine, right side

m1a1car.jpg M1A1 carbine, a "paratrooper" version with side-folding buttstock

m2car.jpg M2 carbine, a select-fire modification with enlarged, 30-round magazine 30car_c.jpg .30 M1 carbine cartridge (left) shown next to 7.62x39mm Russian (center) and 5.56mm NATO (.223 Rem, right)




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#63 15 years ago

lol at the time alos another usa rifle johnson1941.jpg Johnson M1941 rifle johnson1941r.jpg close-up view on the receiver and magazine of M1941. Note the horizontal loading gate with stripper clip guides, located between the magazine and the bolt handle / ejection slot.

johnson1941mag_p.jpg schematic drawing of the M1941 rotary magazine, from Johnson's patent

Caliber: .30-06 (7.62x63mm) Action: short recoil operated, rotating bolt Overall length: 1156 mm Barrel length: 558 mm Weight: 4.3 kg empty Magazine capacity: 10 rounds




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#64 15 years ago

lol this is most likeley spaming but i dont care check out the bar bar1918.jpg Browning BAR M1918, original version bar1922.jpg Browning BAR M1922 - the light machine gun for US Cavalry

bar1918a1.jpg Browning BAR M1918A1, with its spiked bipod and hinged buttplate

bar1918a2.jpg Browning BAR M1918A2, the final and most popular version. Often was used with bipod removed

bar1918cut.jpg the cut-out drawing of the Browning BAR M1918. showing its bolt locking and feeding system




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#65 15 years ago

lol why do the pic diaapper?




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#66 15 years ago

Yes, we can't see any of your pictures there....




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#67 15 years ago