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If you could own one US WWII rifle, which would it be?

M1903 variant
9 %9 %9 %
9.62% (358)

M1917
5 %5 %5 %
5.67% (211)

M1 Carbine
20 %20 %20 %
20.90% (778)

M1 Garand
63 %63 %63 %
63.81% (2375)
  
Comment made by drew on 2017-11-17 10:20:22
I am fortunate enough to own a Korean war vintage Garand as well as a WWII era M1 carbine and both are exceptional rifles. In the past I have owned a sporterized 1917. I would love to find an 03A3 unmodified if I could find one for a decent price. The Garand is still my all time favorite semiauto rifle to shoot, with the Carbine a close second.

Comment made by Frederick on 2017-11-17 17:35:05
The Lord has blessed me many times more than I deserve, I own an M1 , two carbines, a 1917 (rifle and revolver) and a couple 1903's. Not bragging just saying one of the many ways the Lord has blessed me.

Comment made by glenn on 2017-11-20 10:24:34
1917 - improved 1903..sweet rifle

Comment made by Joseph on 2017-11-22 22:26:08
The M1 rifle is excellent. Mine is a Springfield . I also own all the rifles in the survey. The M1 shoots a cal.30 m2 round which has a chamber pressure of about 47,500 as compared to the 30-06 at about 51000 lbs of chamber pressure. Do not shoot a 30-06 in your M1 because it will eventually bend your operating rod.

Comment made by antonio on 2017-11-26 11:17:17
i love my m-1 grandes i have two of them ww2 models i also have three m-1 carbines 1 is a para troopers model 2 are standard models i love them all

Comment made by Ronnie on 2017-11-29 11:23:19
what about the m1a1 Thompson sub-machine gun?

Comment made by LAMONT on 2017-12-01 14:30:03
WHY CAN'T YOU FIRE 30-06 IN AN M-1?

Comment made by LAMONT on 2017-12-01 14:31:26
WHAT ELSE WOULD YOU FIRE?

Comment made by Lloyd on 2017-12-01 20:45:59
I own all of em !................

Comment made by on 2017-12-08 13:33:39
I do own just one of these rifles and I'm happy and fortunate to have it - a friend sold it to me at an affordable price. My 1903 is the only 30.06 I own. The rest of these rifles are sold at prices that are way above my budget and I doubt I will ever own any more of them for exactly that reason. I rarely see these old warhorses brought out to the range anymore. Sad to say that they are virtual relics, given that they are priced above most folks price range and use ammunition that is becoming less and less common every year. I know a few people that own a rifle or two, but don't have any modern ammunition to fire through them - fear of blowing up their rifle is part of it. I always thought it would be a neat idea for a company to manufacture a line of bolt-action .22LR rifles that each closely resembled/imitated/copied a bolt-action rifle that was used in WWII (bayonets and all). All of them could be miniaturized 16" Bbl. models, and the closer the copy, the better. Maybe that way folks could own an Enfield, Mauser, Mosin, Springfield, and Arisaka all together in one very affordable and usable display. Can you imagine a line of Cricket or Rascal rifles modeled after WWI & WWII rifles? I will bet they would sell easily enough - especially for Christmas. If you were given one of them, you would probably feel obligated to own all the rest, am I right..?!?

Comment made by Robert on 2017-12-09 22:25:46
I voted for the 1903 because I have a 1917 and it may not be wise to obtain a centerfire autoloader, since I live in CA. The donkeys in charge of the state government are trying to get as many guns as they can declared to be "assault weapons" even though they are not full-auto.

 
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