Soldier holding the U.S. Army's new Garand rifle, on display as part of National Defense week, Los Angeles, February 1940
- Soldier holding the U.S. Army's new Garand rifle, on display as part of National Defense week, Los Angeles, February 1940
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- February 1940
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Soldier holding the U.S. Army's new Garand rifle, called the “deadliest and most efficient rifle in the world.” The Garand rifle went on display in Los Angeles as part of National Defense week. The rifle, which fires 54 rounds per minute compared to its predecessor’s 10 rounds per minute, is named after its inventor, John C. Garand.
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