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U.S. Infantryman Kneeling Firing M1 Garand

U.S. Infantryman Kneeling Firing M1 Garand

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U.S. Infantryman Kneeling Firing M1 Garand, 1943-45

Experience the precision and power of the iconic M1 Garand with our "U.S. Infantryman Kneeling Firing M1 Garand, 1943-45" toy soldier figurine. This model captures a soldier in action, showcasing the weapon that played a pivotal role in the Allied victory during World War II.

Product Details:

  • Model Number: 25191
  • Scale: 1/30
  • Finish: Matte
  • Set Includes: One figure of a U.S. infantryman kneeling and firing an M1 Garand
  • Craftsmanship: Expertly hand-painted to highlight the authentic details of the soldier's uniform and the M1 Garand rifle

Approximately 5.4 million M1 Garands were produced during World War II, making it the first standard-issue semiautomatic rifle in U.S. service. Its gas-operated, closed rotating bolt allowed the Garand to fire at a rate of 40–50 rounds per minute at a muzzle velocity of 2,800 ft/s. It performed exceptionally well, especially compared to the slower-firing bolt-action rifles typically used by the enemy. The M1 was issued to every branch of the U.S. military. General Eisenhower praised the Garand, calling it the weapon that won the war, while General Patton emphatically proclaimed the rifle as “the greatest battle implement ever devised.”

Additional Information:

  • Historical Context: This figurine represents the critical role of the M1 Garand in World War II, highlighting its impact and effectiveness in various combat scenarios.
  • Collector's Appeal: Ideal for military history enthusiasts and collectors of WWII memorabilia, this piece offers a realistic portrayal of a U.S. infantryman using one of the most renowned rifles of the era.

Add this meticulously crafted U.S. Infantryman Kneeling Firing M1 Garand figurine to your collection to honor the bravery and firepower of soldiers who wielded the M1 Garand during World War II.





Care information

These are not play toys. They are collectables. Recommended for 14 yrs old and older.

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