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Mountain Aerospace Machining M1 Thumbsaver

Recognizing a void in the market for a modified M1 Garand operating rod catch, machinist Clint Whitehair has developed the new M1 Thumbsaver.

From Flush Nut To T105: The Evolution Of The M1 Garand Rear Sight Assembly

Of all the features of the M1 Garand, its rear sight is one of the most recognizable and went through some notable changes. Here, we take a brief look at what changes were made to the rear sight design from the pre- to post-World War II era.

From the American Rifleman Archives: "In the System:" M1 Garand Rebuilds

From the Dec. 2003 American Rifleman, Bruce Canfield explains how hundreds of thousands of M1s had their useful life extended by several decades through the efforts and dedication of the skill ordnance personnel "in the system."

Rifleman Q&A: How Do I Avoid 'M1 Thumb?'

Anyone who's handled or fired an M1 Garand is likely familiar with the concept of "M1 thumb." Here's how you avoid a painful pinch.

An M1 Carbine for Home Defense?

Inland Manufacturing's M1 Scout is a just-right option if you are looking for an easy-to-operate, low-recoil defensive carbine.

The M1 Garand: History & Disassembly

Learn about the iconic M1 Garand, also known as the "U.S. Rifle, Cal. 30, M1," and learn how to disassemble yours for cleaning and maintenance.

Unexpected Longevity: Foreign Use Of The M1 Garand

More than eight decades after its invention, the M1 Garand rifle continues to see use today fir both ceremonial and combat by foreign nations and militant groups across the globe.

The M1 Garand

Considered one of the finest rifles ever produced by American armories.

Book Review—M1 Garand Photo Essay

The gun that Gen. George Patton called “the greatest battle implement ever devised.”

The National Match M1

The M1 was potentially as accurate as any service rifle ever made.

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