Miniature M1 Garand Model
Nicknamed "PATTON" | 1:3 Scale World War 2 Model | NOW OFFICIALLY RELEASED VETERANS DAY 11/11/2022!
General Patton named the M1 Garand the 'Greatest battle implement ever devised". Blow the dust off your hands before picking up this piece of history. In the short history of GoatGuns, making this has been an act of love and patience. We began work in early 2019 with an expected finish date of late 2020. Sarge is proud to get the historic M1 Garand after 3 long meticulous years.
- Real leather sling (and assembly significance)
- Clip with 8 dummy rounds included
- Ejectable clip!
- 100% diecast metal with wood grain finish
- Butt stock plate opens/closes
- Sight adjusts up and down with turn of knob
- Operating rod (bolt) pulls back
The M1 Garand, designed by John Garand in the 1930s, is a semi-automatic rifle that served as the standard-issue infantry rifle for the United States during World War II and the Korean War. Chambered for the .30-06 Springfield cartridge, it replaced bolt-action rifles and offered faster firepower. The M1 Garand is known for its distinctive "ping" sound when the en-bloc clip is ejected. It is celebrated for its reliability and accuracy, earning praise from soldiers. The M1 Garand's legacy includes its significant role in U.S. military history and its influence on the development of modern semi-automatic rifles.
Buy and display your piece of American history with a mini M1 Garand GoatGun model today!
SIZE & COLOR
- 13" Length 2" Height
- Wood grain with matte black metal internal parts