M1 Garand Rifles Disassembly & Reassembly Guide

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Brand: Gun Guide, LLC

All Models

FEATURES:

•  The only current printed manual that includes information on ALL models.
•  Easy to use -- Comb binding lies open and flat on your  work  surface.
•  16 pages & 20+ high-resolution grayscale images. 

•  Cardstock cover. Bright white paper.

Brief History
Exploded Part Diagrams
(59 parts - 2 Pages)

Disassembly

- Clear Rifle
- M1 Thumb
- Trigger Group
- Barrel / Receiver
- Follower Rod Pin
- Operating Catch
- Follower Arm Assembly
- Bullet Guide
- Operating Rod
- Bolt
- Ejector & Spring
- Extractor

Disassembly (cont.)
- Extractor Plunger & Spring
- Gas Cylinder
- Gas Cylinder Lock Screw
- Gas Cylinder Lock
- Handguards
- Trigger Housing
- Trigger Pin
- Trigger / Sear

- Hammer Spring
- Plunger
- Hammer Pin
- Safety
- Trigger Guard
- Clip Ejector Spring
- Clip Latch

Reassembly Tips
- (5) Very Important Tips!

Accessories

 

Excerpt from this Guide:

“In my opinion, the M1 Rifle is the greatest battle implement ever devised.” LGEN George S. Patton, Jr.

The U.S. rifle caliber .30, M1 is an air-cooled, gas-operated, clip-fed, semi-automatic shoulder weapon. This means that the air cools the barrel; the power to cock the rifle and chamber the succeeding round comes from the expanding gas of the round fired previously; it is loaded by inserting a metal clip (containing a maximum of eight rounds) into the receiver; and the rifle fires one round each time the trigger is pulled.

Weight: 9.5 pounds Length: (over-all) rifle only: 43.6 inches
Length of barrel: 24 inches
Type of mechanism: Gas operated, semi-automatic
Loading device: En-block clip
Sight radius: 27.9 inches at 100-yard range
Sights: Front: Fixed blade
Sights: Rear: Adjustable peep. One click of elevation or windage
moves the strike of the bullet 1 inch at 100 yards.
Trigger pull: Minimum 5 1/2 pounds - Maximum 7 1/2 pounds
Ammunition types: Ball, armor piercing, tracer, grenade
Muzzle velocity (M-2 ammunition) 2,800 feet/second
Maximum range: 3,200 meters (3,450 yards)
Maximum effective range: 500 yards.

Maximum effective range is the greatest distance at which a weapon may be expected to fire accurately to inflict casualties or damage. Maximum effective rate of fire 16 to 24 rounds per minute. Although there is no prescribed maximum rate of fire, a trained rifleman can fire 16 to 24 aimed rounds per minute.