Finally, in 1936, a civilian employee of the Ordnance Department named John C. Garand gave the Army the rifle it had been looking for. ... Keep the chamber clean and put a little rifle grease on the four places indicated by the Field Manual and the rifle will shoot. ... In the 1952 Wimbledon service rifle match, the winner, using a government-issue M1, put 16 of his 20 shots into a 36-inch bulla#39;s eye 1, 000anbsp;...
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