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Complete Guide to the M1 Garand and the M1 Carbine
Complete Guide to the M1 Garand and the M1 Carbine
by Bruce N. Canfield
Hardcover - 297 pages (October 1, )
Andrew Mowbray Inc., Publishers; ISBN: 0917218833
The world's most popular and respected author on World War II firearms presents his most complete examination of the M1 Garand and the M1 Carbine ever. It's absolutely huge - nearly 300 pages packed solid with the kind of useful, hands-on knowledge that readers have been demanding. Detailed, close-up photographs show the specific features that separate valuable rarities from fakes and rebuilds. Covers all the manufacturers, with easy-to-understand explanations of all the components, parts, variations and markings. Learn which parts are proper for which guns and avoid being fooled. Over 300 clear, large photos show you features, markings, overall views and actions shots of the guns being used in battle. 33 tables give you instant reference to the facts you need the most. This is simply the most complete and useful guide to these very important military firearms. 
 
The Complete M1 Garand
The Complete M1 Garand
by Jim Thompson
Book Description: The only full-power, semiautomatic standard infantry rifle in existence during World War II, the M1 Garand remains the most popular high-powered target semiautomatic in the world - and arguably the most rugged and durable. This sequel to The Complete M1 Garand is an up-to-date guide to admiring, shooting and collecting this World War II legacy well into the 21st century. Part One examines its tactical, developmental and industrial history; takes a realistic look at the rifle's perceived "flaws"; and presents savvy advice on buying parts and parts kits for the M1 in today's marketplace. Plus, in response to overwhelming demand, this book incorporates information detailing the M1's World War II and postwar delivery chronology, to be used as a general guideline when restoring an M1. The second half of the book, dedicated to the enjoyment and maintenance of the M1, addresses some common questions about the rifle and offers detailed instruction on some expert procedures for maintaining and smoothing this wartime classic. 
Paperback 
Paladin Pr; ISBN: 0873649842
 
Classic M1 Garand : An Ongoing Legacy For Shooters And Collectors
Classic M1 Garand : An Ongoing Legacy For Shooters And Collectors
by Jim Thompson
Paperback from Paladin Press
 
Precision Shooting With The M1 Garand
by Roy Baumgardner Ten consecutive chapters on the topic of "low cost accurizing tips for the M1", followed by ten additional chapters dealing with America's great battle rifle. The author has been a regular competitor at The Camp Perry (Ohio) National Matches for many years as well as a columnist writer for Precision Shooting magazine.
Paperback from Precision Shooting, Inc

 
The M1 Garand, 1936-1957, 3rd Edition
The M1 Garand, 1936-1957, 3rd Edition
by Joe Poyer, Craig Riesch, Joe Poyer, Lee A. Rutledge
Paperback from North Cape Publications
 
Know Your M-1 Garand Rifles
by E. J. Hoffschmidt
Paperback from Blacksmith Publishing Corporation
1994
Special Order

Fighting Garand
by Us Government
Paperback from Desert Pubns
1984
Special Order

US Rifle M14 - from John Garand to the M21
by R. Blake Stevens
Hardcover from Collector Grade Pubns
1991

Book of the Garand
by Julian S. Hatcher
Hardcover from Rutgers Book Center
1983

The Fighting Garand Owner's Manual
by Nolan Wilson
Paperback from Paladin Press
1984
Out of Print - Try Used Books

The l'il M1 .30 cal. carbine
by Duncan Long
from Desert Publications
1994
Out of Print - Try Used Books

Operator and organizational maintenance repair parts and special tool lists for caliber .30 US rifle M1 (National Match) (SuDoc D 101.11:9-1005-222-12 P/1)
by U.S. Dept of Defense
from Headquarters, Dept. of the Army
1992
Out of Print - Try Used Books

The gas trap Garand
by Billy Pyle
from Collector Grade Publications

Out of Print - Try Used Books

The M1 does my talking! : the U.S. M1 Garand rifle in pictures : World War Two and the Korean War, also origin, development, and postwar experimentation from World War One to the M14
from Robert Bruce Photography
1992
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