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M1 Garand

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M1 Garand with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
M1C with M82 scope - .30-06
M1C with M84 scope - .30-06
M1D with M84 scope - .30-06. Note the different type of scope mount. The T-37 flash suppressor is an option on both models; an earlier conical flash hider also exists.

The M1 Garand was the standard rifle of the United States military during the Second World War and the first semi-automatic rifle to be issued as a primary arm by a major armed force, officially replacing the bolt-action Springfield M1903 as the US Army's standard rifle in 1936.

The Garand features a distinctive loading method where the entire 8-round en-bloc clip is inserted into the action, automatically ejecting when expended and locking the bolt open for a rapid reload. The sharp closing of the bolt when a clip was inserted could result in the bolt slamming shut on the operator's thumb, resulting in a condition given names such as "rifleman's thumb" or "Garand thumb." In videogames, the Garand is often depicted as impossible to reload without expending the entire clip; this is not strictly true, as it is possible to eject a partially fired clip by pressing the clip latch button and operating the action, though this requires the use of both hands. Soldiers were drilled to fully expend a clip rather than attempt this in combat.

Much is made of the "ping" sound that occurred when the metal clip ejects or lands on a hard surface, but this "disadvantage" imagines that wars are fought as one-on-one duels in perfect silence, and was seldom a factor in reality. A survey of users during the Korean War found a small number concerned over the possibility, but far more deemed it a helpful reminder of needing to reload than a potential hazard.

The Garand served in both theaters in WWII and remained the standard US rifle in the Korean War, being replaced by the select-fire M14 Rifle in 1957, though Garands remained in service until the seventies. After WW2, many European countries made use of the Garand during the early days of NATO, both by rearming themselves with US Surplus/Aid and some Italian production. The M14 and Beretta BM59 are essentially Garands redesigned for select-fire operation and use of a detachable magazine.

There were also 2 sniper variants of the M1 Garand rifle being the M1C (formerly M1E7, introduced in June 1944) and M1D (formerly M1E8, introduced in September 1944). The only difference between the 2 models was the mounting system for the telescopic sights, with the first needing to be installed during a rifle's construction and the second requiring only a barrel swap. The M1C could mount the M73, M81, M82 and M84 scopes using a Griffin & Howe mount affixed to the left side of the received, whereas the M1D could mount the M82 and M84 scopes in a Springfield Armory mount attached to the rear of the barrel (for proper identification use the following method: M1C has 2 mounting rings for the sight, M1D has only a single ring). Both served in WW2 and saw relatively limited service in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. The relative inaccuracy of the M1 as an early semi-auto and difficulties with the production of the scoped variants made the sniper variants relatively rare.

At the end of WW2 there were some trials with a shortened M1 Garand carbine version called the T26 Tanker Garand in the Philippines. Although the weapon has never been officially adopted by the US Forces, there are commercial versions available on the market. After NATO's adoption of 7.62x51mm NATO, many M1s were converted to use the new ammo (either by a total rebarreling or less reliable barrel sleeve) and produced in the caliber to start.

The Garand is popular today, because of its design, effectiveness and historical presence. The rifle's legacy is significant enough that original spec M2 Ball (required to run the rifle reliably without modification) is still produced in significant numbers. General George S. Patton described the Garand as "the greatest battle implement ever devised".

M1 Garand


(1936 – 1963)

  • Type: Battle Rifle
  • Caliber: .30-06 Springfield, 7.62x51mm NATO
  • Weight: 9.5 lbs (4.3 kg) - 11.6 lbs (5.3 kg)
  • Length: 43.5 in (110.5 cm)
  • Barrel length: 24 in (61 cm)
  • Muzzle velocity: 2,800 ft/s (853 m/s)
  • Capacity: 8-round "en bloc" clip
  • Fire Modes: Semi-Auto

The M1 Garand and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:


Title Actor Character Note Date
Wake Island US troops 1942
Gung Ho! Marine Raiders 1943
A Walk In The Sun Norman Lloyd Private Archimbeau 1945
John Ireland PFC Windy Craven
The Story of G.I. Joe Various actors Various characters 1945
Battleground Van Johnson Private Holley 1949
Sands of Iwo Jima John Wayne Sgt. John M. Stryker w/ M7 bayonet 1949
John Agar PFC Peter Conway
Forrest Tucker PFC Al Thomas
Richard Jaeckel PFC Frank Flynn
Martin Milner Pvt. Mike McHugh
Arthur Franz Corporal Robert Dunne
US Marines w/ M7 bayonet
The Third Man US troops 1949
Breakthrough Dick Wesson Pvt. Sammy Hansen 1950
Frank Lovejoy Sgt. Bell
Paul Picerni Pvt. Edward P. Rojeck
Richard Monahan Pvt. 'Four-Eff' Nelson
Edward Norris Sgt. Roy Henderson
US soldiers
The Steel Helmet Gene Evans Sgt. Zack 1951
Fixed Bayonets! Gene Evans Sgt. Rock 1951
Go for Broke! Van Johnson 2LT Michael Grayson 1951
Henry Nakamura Tommy
Don Haggerty SFC Culley
Lane Nakano Sam
Akira Fukunaga Frank
Ken K. Okamoto Kaz
Henry Oyasato SSG Ohhara
Harry Hamada Masami
George Tanaguchi Ohhara's brother Uncredited
Halls of Montezuma Neville Brand Sgt. Zelenko w/ M7 bayonet 1951
Richard Hylton Conroy
Bert Freed Slattery
Jack Palance Pigeon Lane
Robert Wagner Koffman
Jack Webb Sgt. Dickerman
US Marines w/ M7 bayonet
Decision Before Dawn George Tyne Sgt. Griffin 1951
Retreat, Hell! Russ Tamblyn Jimmy McDermid 1952
Various actors US Marines Featured with and without M1 bayonet and M7 rifle grenade launcher
Battle Circus US Army soldiers 1953
The War of the Worlds US Army soldiers and Marines 1953
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms National Guard soldiers and NYPD officers 1953
Godzilla Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces soldiers 1954
White Christmas US Army soldiers 1954
Them! US Army soldiers 1954
Beachhead Tony Curtis Burke 1954
To Hell and Back Audie Murphy Himself 1955
Charles Drake Pvt. Brandon
Marshall Thompson Pvt. Johnson
Various Various characters
Battle Cry Various US Marines 1955
It Came from Beneath the Sea Various US Navy sailors 1955
Earth vs. the Flying Saucers Various US Army soldiers 1956
Between Heaven and Hell National Guardsmen 1956
Attack Buddy Ebsen Tolliver 1956
20 Million Miles to Earth Various US Marines and Italian soldiers 1957
Men in War Vic Morrow Cpl. James Zwickley 1957
Invasion of the Saucer Men US Air Force guards 1957
Darby's Rangers Murray Hamilton Sgt. Sims Delancey 1958
Various actors US Army soldiers
The Young Lions Various actors US Army soldiers 1958
Dean Martin Michael Whiteacre
Montgomery Clift Noah Ackerman
When Hell Broke Loose Charles Bronson Steve Boland 1958
The Black Battalion (Cerný prapor) French Foreign Legion 1958
Pork Chop Hill US Army soldiers 1959
Woody Strode Pvt. Franklin
Hell to Eternity US Marines 1960
G.I. Blues Arch Johnson MSG McGraw Only on promotion still 1960
Reptilicus Danish soldiers 1961
Lonely Are the Brave Bill Bixby Helicopter crewmember 1962
Merrill's Marauders Peter Brown Bullseye 1962
Hell Is for Heroes James Coburn Cpl. Henshaw 1962
Bobby Darin Pvt. Corby
Fess Parker Sgt. Pike
Harry Guardino Sgt. Larkin
Nick Adams Homer
Bob Newhart Pvt. Driscoll
Various US Soldiers
The Black Seagull (Chyornaya chayka) Cuban soldiers 1962
Manchurian Candidate, The US Army honor guard 1962
The Longest Day John Wayne Lt. Col. Benjamin Vandervoort 1963
Various actors US Army soldiers
Dr. Strangelove US forces 1964
The Thin Red Line Jack Warden 1st Sgt. Welsh 1964
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - Season 1 Unknown THRUSH agent Used with M7 Rifle Grenade Launcher 1964
Seven Days in May Martin Balsam Paul Girard 1964
I Am Cuba (Soy Cuba) Cuban government soldiers and guerrillas 1964
Kissin' Cousins US Army soldiers With M1 bayonets 1964
Battle of the Bulge George Montgomery Sgt. Duquesne M1C Garand 1965
Various actors US Army soldiers Featured with and without M7 rifle grenade launcher
Help! Various actors Cult member and Bahamian police 1965
None But the Brave US Marines 1965
Cast a Giant Shadow US Army 1966
The Battle of Algiers French soldiers 1966
Poppies Are Also Flowers Brigands, Colonel Salem's men 1966
Is Paris Burning? US Army and Free French Forces soldiers 1966
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? Carroll O'Connor Gen. Bolt 1966
Art Lewis Needleman with and without M1 bayonet
US Army soldiers with and without M1 bayonet
Beach Red Marines 1967
The Born Losers Tom Laughlin Billy Jack 1967
The President's Analyst US Marines white parade slings 1967
The Devil's Brigade Andrew Prine Private Theodore Ransom 1968
Various actors US Army soldiers
The Green Berets Various actors Mike Force Honor Guards 1968
Various actors Mike Force Honor Guards T26 Tanker Garand
Various actors ARVN troops
Various actors Strike team members
OSS 117 - Double Agent (Niente rose per OSS 117) Tuaregs guard 1968
Anzio Giancarlo Giannini Private Cellini 1968
If.... Combined Cadet Force 1968
Che! Omar Sharif Che Guevara 1969
The Bridge at Remagen Various actors US Army soldiers 1969
100 Rifles Michael Forest Humara 1969
Mexican soldiers
Castle Keep Al Freeman Jr. Private Allistair Piersall Benjamin 1969
Kelly's Heroes Gene Collins Pvt. Babra 1970
Patton American soldiers 1970
Catch-22 American honor guard 1970
Joe Peter Boyle Joe Curran 1970
The Omega Man 1971
Godzilla vs. Gigan JGSDF personnel 1972
Savage Sisters Various actors Philippine soldiers, guerrillas 1974
Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold Thugs 1975
Jaws Roy Scheider Police chief Martin Brody 1975
Robert Shaw Quint
The Muthers Rocco Montalban Rocco 1976
Various actors Pirates, Camp guards
The ... Beautiful Country (il ... Belpaese) Carabinieri 1977
Drummer-Crab (Le Crabe-Tambour) French soldiers, Viet Minh fighters 1977
A Bridge Too Far Ryan O'Neal Brigadier General James Gavin 1977
Death Force Soldiers 1978
Go Tell the Spartans South Vietnamese troops 1978
National Lampoon's Animal House ROTC cadets 1978
Convoy Busters (Un poliziotto scomodo) carabiniers and policemen 1978
The Inglorious Bastards French Resistance member 1978
The Olsen Gang Goes to War Danish Royal Guards 1978
The Outsider Niall O'Brien Emmet Donovan 1980
The Big Red One Mark Hamill Griff 1980
Lee Marvin The Sergeant
Various actors Various characters
Flatfoot in Egypt Bedouins 1980
Enter the Ninja A guard 1981
Stripes recruits 1981
The Border (1982) Honor Guard Detail 1982
Year of Living Dangerously, The US Marine guards 1982
Uncommon Valor Gene Hackman Col. Rhodes 1983
Code Name: Wild Geese Manfred Lehmann Klein M1D with M84 scope and fake suppressor 1984
Ninja III: The Domination Phoenix PD officers 1984
A Soldier's Story soldiers 1984
Volunteers US Marines on TV news show 1985
Nadine Gary Grubbs Cecil 1987
Extreme Prejudice one of Cash's men semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling 1987
Six Against the Rock US Marines 1987
Empire of the Sun US Soldiers 1987
Equalizer 2000 Rebels 1987
The Deer Hunter Matthew Broderick Eugene Morris Jerome 1988
Biloxi Blues Matthew Broderick Eugene Morris Jerome 1988
Hell Comes to Frogtown Borger guards 1988
Return of the Killer Tomatoes US Army soldiers 1988
RoboCop 2 1990
Born on the Fourth of July veterans 1989
Air America soldiers of Laotian General Soong 1990
Cape Fear Various actors US Army soldiers on an allegorical car 1991
Diên Biên Phú Viet Minh 1992
A Midnight Clear Gary Sinise Vance 'Mother' Wilkins 1992
Ethan Hawke Will Knott
Frank Whaley Paul 'Father' Mundy
Forrest Gump Various actors Alabama National Guardsmen 1994
Clear and Present Danger Air Force Honor Guard 1994
Les Misérables US Army soldiers 1995
Mulholland Falls Various actors LAPD honor guard 1996
Life Is Beautiful American soldiers 1996
The English Patient American soldiers 1996
Saving Private Ryan Nathan Fillion Pvt. James Frederick "Minnesota" Ryan 1998
Adam Goldberg Pvt. Stanley Mellish
Vin Diesel Private Adrian Caparzo
Jeremy Davies Cpl. Timothy Upham
Paul Giamatti Sergeant Hill
Tom Hanks Cpt. Miller
Matt Damon Pvt. James Francis Ryan
The Thin Red Line Dash Mihok PFC Doll 1998
Jim Caviezel Pvt. Witt
Matt Doran Pvt. Coombs
Ben Chaplin Pvt. Bell
Various actors US Army soldiers
When Trumpets Fade Zak Orth Pvt. Sanderson 1998
Dylan Bruno Sgt. Talbot
Martin Donovan Capt. Pritchett
Blues Brothers 2000 Militiaman 1998
The Matrix Seen in the Virtual Armory behind Trinity 1999
Harsh Realm Brad Greenquist Captain Wolfe M1-D Sniper Variant with M84 scope 1999
American Beauty 1999
X-Men US Marine Honor Guard 2000
Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies archive footage 2001
Pearl Harbor Newsreel footage US military personnel 2001
A Beautiful Mind US soldiers 2001
Windtalkers Martin Henderson Private Nellie 2002
Mark Ruffalo Private Pappas
The Quiet American Gen. The's soldiers 2002
Secondhand Lions 2003
Saints and Soldiers Corbin Allred Cpl. Nathan 'Deacon' Greer 2003
Deacons for Defense some Deacons 2003
Hellboy Angus MacInnes Sgt. Whitman 2004
Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War South Korean soldier 2004
Siamese Outlaws Polices 2004
The Notebook soldiers 2004
The Great Raid Craig McLachlan Lt. Riley 2005
Sam Worthington PFC Lucas
Various actors US Rangers and some Filipino resistance one seen with M7 rifle grenade launcher
Thank You For Smoking 2005
Days of Glory Bernard Blancan Sergent Roger Martinez 2006
Benoît Giros Capitaine Durieux
Free French Soldiers
Flags of our Fathers Jamie Bell Pfc. Ralph "Iggy" Ignatowski 2006
Jesse Bradford Corporal Rene Gagnon
Benjamin Walker Corporal Harlon Block
Adam Beach Corporal Ira Hayes
Paul Walker Sergeant Hank Hansen
Various actors US Marines
Home of the Brave honor guard 2006
Letters from Iwo Jima US Marines 2006
The Good Shepherd Soldiers in the unnamed Central American country 2006
Philosophy of a Knife American soldiers archive footage 2008
The Bridge Lars Steinhöfel Walter Forst with M7 bayonet 2008
US soldiers w/ M7 bayonet
The Red Baron ANZAC troops Mocked as Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* 2008
The Dark Knight Heath Ledger The Joker 2008
David Dastmalchian Thomas Schiff
Various actors Joker's men
Gran Torino Clint Eastwood Walt Kowalski 2008
Bee Vang Thao Vang Lor
Miracle at St. Anna Omar Benson Miller Private First Class Samuel 'Sam' Train 2008
Michael K. Williams Private Tucker
Various actors US Army soldiers
Street Kings LAPD honor guard 2008
Che Part One: Argentine Benicio del Toro Che Guevara 2008
Miracle at St. Anna Omar Benson Miller Private First Class Samuel Train 2008
An American Carol 2008
Brother's War Various actors US Army soldiers 2009
Red and White (Merah Putih) Darius Sinathryah Marius 2009
Lukman Sardi Amir
Donny Alamsyah Tomas
T. Rifnu Wikana Dayan
Dutch/Indonesian soldiers
71: Into the Fire Seung Hyun Choi Oh Jung-Beom 2010
Sang-woo Kwone Ku Kap-jo
Hyeong-tak Shin Dal-young w/ M7 bayonet
Various US Army soldiers
Various South Korean Army soldiers
Various Student soldiers w/ M7 bayonet
Spoils of War 2009
Elephant White several examples in weapons caches 2010
The A-Team (2010) 2010
Djinns (Stranded) Emmanuel Bonami Pvt. Ballant with the optic sight 2010
Oba: The Last Samurai Various actors US Marines and Military Policemen 2011
Memorial Day Reed Sigmund Gorski 2011
Aaron Courteau Frankie Califano
Various 82nd Airborne Paratroopers
The Front Line (2011) Go Soo 1stLt. Kim Soo-hyeok M1D variant; occasionally seen with M84 scope attached 2011
Ko Chang-seok MSgt. Yang Hyo-sam
Da-Wit Lee Pvt. Nam Sung-Sik
Various actors ROK soldiers
Captain America: The First Avenger Chris Evans Steve Rogers 2011
Various actors US Army soldiers
My Way (2011) Various actors US Army soldiers 2011
Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed David Nibley Sergeant Jones 2011
Jasen Wade Corporal Curtis w/ M7 Rifle Grenade Launcher
Various US Army soldiers
Red Tails American troops 2012
German troops
Cockneys vs. Zombies 2012
Emperor American soldiers 2013
Machete Kills On gun wall 2013
Pacific Rim 2013
Diplomacy US Army soldiers 2014
Fury US Army soldiers 2014
Captain America: The Winter Soldier Chris Evans Steve Rogers 2014
The Monuments Men US troops 2014
Far from Men Algerian rebels 2014
Muppets Most Wanted Actors 2014
Bridge of Spies US Army snipers M1D with M84 sniper variant 2015
Mr. Holmes US Army soldiers 2015
War Pigs US Army soldiers 2015
Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk honor guard 2016
Hacksaw Ridge Andrew Garfield Desmond Doss 2016
Vince Vaughn Sergeant Howell
Ben O'Toole Corporal Jessop
Richard Pyros Randall "Teach" Fuller
Luke Bracey Smitty Ryker
Luke Pegler Milt "Hollywood" Zane
Firass Dirani Vito Rinnelli
Ben Mingay Grease Nolan
Goran D. Kleut Andy "Ghoul" Walker
Nico Cortez Wal Kirzinski
US Army soldiers
Neruda Chilean soldiers 2016
Memorial Day Aaron Courteau Frankie Califano 2016
Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk honor guard 2016
Daylight's End Survivors 2016
Triple 9 Seen in archival footage 2016
Free Fire Patrick Bergin Howie 2017
Babou Ceesay Martin
Detroit Michigan Army National Guard 2017
Bye Bye Germany US soldiers 2017
Overlord Jovan Adepo PFC Boyce 2018
A War Within Sebastian Jessen Esben 2018
Daughter of the Wolf Joshua Murdoch Phillip 2019
Gina Carano Clair Hamilton
The Battle of Jangsari South Korean Army, Student-soldiers 2019
To Paris! (Na Parizh) A US Army soldier Possibly a replica 2019
Secret in the Mountain US Army soldiers 2019
Jojo Rabbit U.S. Army 2019
Rambo: Last Blood Sylvester Stallone John Rambo 2019
In Limbo On poster 2021
Black Widow Soldier on parade 2021
Cadet 1947 (Kadet 1947) Dutch and Indonesian soldiers 2021


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
Combat! Dick Peabody Little John 1962-1967
Pierre Jalbert Caje
Various actors US Army soldiers
McHale's Navy Navy Shore Patrol, Marines 1962-1965
Ernest Borgnine Lt. Cmdr. Quinton Mchale "The Balloon Goes Up" (S2E18) 1964
Tim Conway Ensign Charles Parker "Lester the Skipper" (S3E2) 1964
Gary Vinson George "Christy" Christopher "McHale's Floating Laundromat" (S3E20), "The Seven Faces of Ensign Parker" (S3E23) 1964, 1965
John Wright Willy Moss
Edson Stroll Virgil Edwards
Billy Sands "Tinker" Bell "The Seven Faces of Ensign Parker" (S3E23) 1965
Carl Ballantine Lester Gruber
Army soldiers and Military Police 1965-1966
Rat Patrol Justin Tarr Pvt. Tully Pettigrew 1966-1968
Various actors US Army soldiers rarely used
Hawaii Five-O USAF Honor Guard Pilot Episode 1968
M*A*S*H Various actors Various U.N. soldiers 1972-1983
Columbo Nate Esformes Hakim "A Case of Immunity" (S05E02) 1975
A Rumor of War Brad Davis Lt. Philip 'Phil' Caputo Dressed up to resemble M14 Rifles 1980
Keith Carradine Lt. Murph McCoy
Michael O'Keefe Lt. Walter Cohen
Various actors US Marines
Mino Austro-Hungarian and Italian soldiers 1986
Tour of Duty Vietnamese Villager S01E03 1987
Vietnamese sniper M1C Sniper Variant / S02E06
Michael Madsen Sgt. Block
The X-Files - Season 1 "The Jersey Devil" (S1E04), "Space" (S1E08) 1993
Star Trek: Voyager Robert Beltran Chakotay "The Killing Game" 1995-2001
Robert Duncan McNeill Tom Paris
Tim Russ Tuvok
Roxann Dawson B'Elanna Torres
Various actors US Army soldiers
The Alsatians or the Two Matildas American soldiers 1996
Band of Brothers Damian Lewis Richard "Dick" Winters occasionally seen with M1 bayonet 2001
Adam James Pvt. Cleveland Petty
Rocky Marshall Earl Clugg
Peter Youngblood Hills Shifty Powers occasionally seen with M1 bayonet
Ross McCall Joseph Liebgott
James Madio Frank Perconte
Bart Ruspoli Pvt. Tipper
Marc Warren Pvt. Albert Blythe
Mark Huberman Pvt. Hashey
Douglas Spain Pvt. Garcia
Matt Hickey Pvt. Patrick O'Keefe
Mark Lawrence Cpl. William Dukeman
Donnie Wahlberg Carwood Lipton
Various actors US Army soldiers occasionally seen with M1 bayonet and M7 rifle grenade launcher
Ghost Whisperer honor guard "Pilot" (S1E01) 2005
Foyle's War - Season 4 US Army soldiers "Invasion" (S4E01) 2006
House of Saddam Aris Sahn Young Uday Hussein 2008
Yigal Naor Saddam Hussein
Mail Call R. Lee Ermey Himself Seen in saddle on his jeep 2002-2009
R. Lee Ermey Himself equipped with M7 rifle grenade launcher / Season 1
Newsreel footage M1C-sniper variant / Season 1
US Army soldier re-enactors Season 1
Eureka American soliders American soliders 2006-2012
Life - Season 1 LAPD Honor Guard 2007 - 2008
My Name is Earl soldiers 2008
Krupp: A Family Between War and Peace US soldiers Ep. 03 2009
The Pacific James Badge Dale Robert Leckie 2010
Ashton Holmes Sid Phillips
Jacob Pitts Bill "Hoosier" Smith
Brendan Fletcher Bill Leyden
Joseph Mazzello Eugene Sledge
Gary Sweet Gunny Sgt. Elmo Haney
Various actors US Marines
Various actors US Army soldiers
Lost - Season 6 one of Jacob's followers "LA X (Part 2)" (S6E02) 2010
CSI: Miami Various actors US Marine honor guard "Come As You Are" 2002-???
Leverage Aldis Hodge Charlie "The Van Gogh Job" (S4E04) 2011
Sanctuary Various actors US soldiers "Normandy" 2011
Falling Skies Extra Resistance fighter 2011
Foyle's War - Season 8 US Army soldiers "Sunflower" (S8E03) 2013
Spies (Razvedchitsy) A US Army soldier Possibly Denix replica 2013
Parer's War US Marines 2014
Agent Carter M1D - sniper model 2015
Policie Modrava Members of the Military History Club In a holster/ "Případ Strnad" (S1E04) 2015
The Last Ship Thorwald's men "Fight the Ship" (S2E02) 2015
Rivals Forever - The Sneaker Battle US Army soldiers 2017
The Crown United States Army episode: "Vergangenheit" (S2E06) 2017
Fear the Walking Dead - Season 3 Black Hat Reservation resident "The Unveiling" (S3E07), "Children of Wrath" (S3E08) 2017
The Walking Dead: Red Machete Jose Rosete David "Behind Us" (S1E01), "Sorrowful" (S1E02) 2018
The Man in the High Castle American Resistance fighters 2019
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier on display in the Museum and propaganda poster; "New World Order" (S1E01), "One World, One People" (S1E06) 2021
The Last of Us - Season 1 seen in armory; "Long Long Time" (S1E03) 2023
The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon - Season 1 seen in armory; "L'ame Perdue" (S1E01) 2023
American Soldiers "Coming Home" (S1E06)
Echo - Season 1 Seen in gunshop; "Lowak" (S1E02) 2024

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notes Release Date
Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines Seen only in cutscenes; unusable 1998
WWII G.I. "Grenade Garand" Fitted with M7 rifle grenade launcher 1999
Medal of Honor 1999
Medal of Honor: Underground Multiplayer Only 2000
Fallout Tactics "M1 Garand" 2001
World War II Online: Battleground Europe "M1 Garand" Released with 1.34 update 2001
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2002
Medal of Honor: Frontline "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2002
Battlefield: 1942 "M1 Garand" Added with the release of patch v1.6; primary weapon of the American Engineer class; cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2002
Forgotten Hope M1 and M1C with M84 Garand 2003
Vietcong M1C with M84 sniper variant 2003
Day of Defeat "Garand Rifle" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2003
Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory 2003
Hidden & Dangerous 2 "M1 Garand" 2003
Call of Duty "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2003
Medal of Honor: Rising Sun "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2003
Call of Duty: United Offensive "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2004
Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault "M1 Garand" Fitted with bayonet Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2004
Call of Duty: Finest Hour "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2004
Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2005
Day of Defeat: Source Primary weapon of the American Rifleman class; cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2005
Medal of Honor: European Assault "M1 Garand" With and without scope Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2005
Call of Duty 2 "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2005
Call of Duty 2: Big Red One "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2005
Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2005
Call of Duty 3 "M1 Garand" Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2006
Commandos: Strike Force Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2006
Company of Heroes 2006
Darkest Hour: Europe '44-'45 "M1 Garand" Can be fitted with M7 bayonet Standard weapon of the American Corporal, Rifleman, Artillery Officer, RTO, and Mortar Observer classes 2006
Alliance of Valiant Arms Appears as an unlockable weapon 2007
Medal of Honor: Vanguard "M1 Garand" Can be upgraded to an M1D sniper variant by finding a scope M1 Garand and M1D sniper variant, Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2007
Medal of Honor: Airborne "M1 Garand" Upgrades give it a match barrel, adjustable sights, and an M7 rifle grenade launcher 2007
Forgotten Hope 2 "M1 Garand" Can be fitted with two types of bayonets and M7 rifle grenade launcher 2007
Hour of Victory 2007
Death to Spies 2007
Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway "M1 Garand" M1C variant with M82 scope in multiplayer Cannot be reloaded until the entire clip is emptied 2008
Call of Duty: World at War "M1 Garand" / "M1000" Can be fitted with flash hider, bayonet, M7 rifle grenade launcher, and a sniper scope 2008
Call of Duty: World at War - Final Fronts "M1 Garand" 2008
Battlefield 1943 "M1 Garand" Standard weapon of the American Rifleman class; can be fitted with M7 rifle grenade launcher; modified model stands in for the Japanese Type 5 rifle 2009
Death to Spies: Moment of Truth 2009
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 "WWII M1 Garand" Unlocked by registering as a Battlefield "Veteran"; modified model stands in for the Japanese Type 5 rifle 2010
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker "M1C" M1C with M82 sniper variant 2010
Mafia II "M1 Garand" 2010
Fallout: New Vegas "Battle Rifle" / "This Machine" 2010
Karma Online "M1 Garand" 2011
7554 (VG) "Garand" 2011
Sniper Elite V2 M1-D M1D with M84 variant 2012
State of Decay "M1 Garand" 2013
Payday 2 "Galant" Optional T62 Tanker short barrel, railed top and cloth ammo pouches Added in Update #153 2013
Project Reality: Normandy With optional M7 rifle grenade launcher 2013
M1C with M82 sniper variant
Company of Heroes 2 M1 and M1C Sniper Variant; added with "The Western Front Armies" 2014 2013
Enemy Front M1 GARAND 2014
Sniper Elite III M1D with M84 sniper variant 2014
Counter-Strike Online M1 Garand Chambered for 7.62 NATO 2014
World of Guns: Gun Disassembly M1 Garand scope, bayonet and cheekpad 2014
Mafia III 2016
Heroes & Generals "M1 Garand" unscoped and with M84 scope (M1D) 2016
Hot Dogs, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades 2016
Day of Infamy M1 and M1C 2017
Call of Duty: WWII "M1 Garand" 2017
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Normal variant 2017
TheHunter: Call of the Wild "M1 Iwaniec" 2017
Squad 44: Letters From The Front Can mount bayonet and used with M7 launcher 2018
Gun Club VR 2018
Battlefield V "M1 Garand" added in the "War in the Pacific" chapter (2019) 2018
Insurgency Sandstorm "M1 Garand" can mount M7 Launcher M1 and M1D variants 2018
Battlefield 2042 2021
Enlisted "M1 Garand" with M1 bayonet 2021
"M1C Garand" M1C with M82 scope
"Sniper M1 Garand" M1D with M84 scope
"M1 Garand with grenade launcher" with M7 Grenade Launcher
Military Conflict: Vietnam M1 Garand & M1D Garand 2022


Film Title Character Notation Date
The Iron Giant US Army soldiers With M7 rifle grenade launchers 1999


Title Character Notes Date
The Cockpit US Marines Ep. 3 "Knight of the Iron Dragon" 1993
Zipang US Marines 2004–2005
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Springfield Armory M1E5

A prototype battle rifle produced in 1944 designed to reduce the dimensions of the full-size M1 Garand by reducing the barrel and using a folding stock.

Springfield Armory M1E5 with stock folded - .30-06. The first variant without a pistol grip.
Springfield Armory M1E5 with stock extended - .30-06
Springfield Armory M1E5 with stock folded - .30-06


(1944 - 1944)

  • Type: Battle Rifle
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Caliber: .30-06 Springfield
  • Weight: 8.4 lb / 3.81 kg
  • Length: 37.5 in / 952 mm
  • Barrel length: 18 in / 457 mm
  • Capacity: 8-round "en bloc" clip
  • Fire Modes: Semi-Auto

The Springfield Armory M1E5 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Video Games

Title Appears as Mods Note Date
Enlisted "M1E5 Garand" The second variant with a pistol grip 2021

Springfield Armory T20

M1 Garand (selective-firing version) - .30-06. An early prototype of the selective-firing Garand.
Springfield Armory T20 - .30-06
Springfield Armory T20E1 - .30-06
Springfield Armory T20E2 - .30-06

Already in the 1930s, John Garand was developing a selective-firing version of his rifle, equipped with a barrel and a 20-round magazine from BAR. Due to the use of a longer magazine, there were problems with overheating. The project was shelved for several years due to more pressing matters, as there are only a few sporadic reports of further development of the project during later 1942 and much of 1943. However, in early 1944, the project was resurrected and became the subject of greater attention for the Springfield Armory.

However, in early 1944 the design was resurrected and became the focus of much attention at the Springfield Armory. The Ordnance Department's Technical Committee recommended that Springfield Armory work hastily to develop a selective-firing version of the M1 rifle with a detachable magazine. The weapon was marked T20.

One of the first problems that had to be solved was problems with loading the 20-round BAR magazine. The difficulty was simple physics. A stack of 20 rounds is heavy and therefore difficult to carry in the bolt. John Garand advocated lengthening the body, which was ultimately chosen.

The production staff at Springfield Armory strongly advocated keeping the original design of the M1 rifle as unchanged as possible, each subsequent permutation of the new weapon resulted in further changes to the basic operation of the M1.

The original design was intended to be capable of semi-automatic fire from a closed bolt (as with the standard M1 rifle) and automatic fire from an open bolt (as with the BAR and most other automatic weapons). However, tests in Aberdeen showed that, although theoretically desirable, such a mechanism was impractical and the requirement was therefore dropped. It should be noted that one of the few World War II selective fire weapons that successfully used both a closed bolt (for semi-automatic action) and an open bolt (for fully automatic action) was the Johnson light machine gun.

In any case, these problems, combined with the need to redesign some parts to increase their strength, resulted in the T20 being replaced by the T20E1 in January 1945.

The wartime Aberdeen Proving Ground found the basic operating principle satisfactory, admitting that "recorded power failures were mainly due to battered and deformed BAR magazines." They recommend specific, relatively minor changes and strengthening of individual elements, stating that these modifications should be undertaken immediately.”

After evaluating the test reports, John Garand began working to incorporate various recommended fixes into an improved version of the weapon designated the T20E1. The new design was evaluated, and the results were so encouraging that ten rifles were produced for further testing, after which another 100 were to be produced.

The T20E1 rifle mounted an adjustable bipod on the gas cylinder, but this bipod was not easy to remove.

From January 22 to 26, 1945, the T20E1 rifle was tested at the Ordnance Research Center at the Aberdeen training ground. This model was complete in every respect and the test results, apart from power failures, were exceptional. These misfeeds were caused by the soft bolt bearing surface in the barrel. The following minor changes and improvements were authorized for the 10 T20E1 rifles produced for service testing: • Induction hardening of the end of the lock barrel. • Increase bipod length to allow for greater command height. • Redesign the gas cylinder and gas cylinder securing screw assembly to allow easy attachment and removal of rifle accessories. • Refine the bed to prevent charring.

The magazine was also redesigned and was no longer interchangeable with the BAR.

After incorporating the above improvements into the design, the revised T20E1 rifle was subjected to further testing. These tests resulted in several additional recommended changes that were significant enough to warrant redesignating the weapon as the T20E2.

When the Japanese resistance came to an end, the selective rifle project was still far from complete. While the cessation of hostilities did not mean an immediate end to the T20 project, it did eliminate the sense of urgency. Post-war work on the M1 selective rifles was limited to completing and testing the designs. Land Forces personnel decided to support the implementation of projects to modify the M1 rifle for selective fire.

Improved T20 variants introduced after 1945 were developed at various levels during the 1950s. Ultimately, the United States settled on the M14 rifle as the successor to the M1 Garand. However, the T20 provides an interesting insight into efforts to modernize and update the classic M1 Garand rifle, and likely helped lay the groundwork for the M14.


(Production: 1944 – 1948)

  • Type: Battle Rifle
  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Caliber: 7.62mm
  • Cartridge: .30-06 Springfield (7.62x63mm)
  • Weight: 9.6 lbs (4.4 kg)
  • Length: 48.3 in (122.6 cm)
  • Barrel length: 24 in (61 cm)
  • Capacity: 20 round box magazine. The T20 version had a magazine from BAR. The T20E1 and T20E2 versions had their own magazine.
  • Rate of fire 750 rpm

The Springfield Armory T20 / T20E1 / T20E2 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Video Games

Title Appears as Mods Notes Date
Company of Heroes 2 T20E2 2013
Call of Duty: WWII T20E2 2017
Raid: World War II T20E2 2017
Call of Duty: Vanguard T20E2 2021
Enlisted "T20 rifle" with M1 bayonet T20 2021
"T20E1 rifle" Bipod T20E1

Springfield Armory T26 Tanker Garand

M1 Garand variant: 18 in (457 mm) barrel and standard stock, 1 prototype made by Springfield Armory used for testing, proposed use for aerial and jungle operations. While never adopted, the ease of implementation has led to many commercially produced M1s being made as "tanker" rifles. This configuration is relatively common for commerical 7.62x51mm NATO Garands, as 18 inches is already a preferred barrel length for the caliber.

Springfield Armory T26 Tanker Garand - .30-06


(1944 - 1944)

  • Type:: Battle Rifle
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Caliber: .30-06 Springfield (prototype and commercial production) 7.62x51mm NATO (commercial production only)
  • Barrel length: 18 in / 457 mm
  • Capacity: 8-round "en bloc" clip
  • Fire Modes: Semi-Auto

The Springfield Armory T26 Tanker Garand and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:


Title Actor Character Note Date
Green Berets, The 1968

Video Games

Title Appears as Mods Note Date
Payday 2 2013
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare 2016
Call of Duty: WWII 2017

Type 4

Type 4 - 7.7x58mm
Type 4 - 7.7x58mm

The Type 4 (Japanese: 四式自動小銃, Yon-shiki jidousyoujyuu), also referred to as the Type 5, is an experimental Japanese semi-automatic rifle, a copy of the M1 Garand. It is chambered in the Japanese 7.7x58mm Arisaka cartridge and fed via a 10-round fixed magazine, which is loaded with 5-round Arisaka stripper clips. Japan experimented with several semi-automatic rifle designs throughout the 1930s, but none were found suitable for combat. When the war in the Pacific broke out, Japanese forces found their bolt-action Arisaka rifles outgunned by American troops with M1 Garands and sought to introduce a more modern design to compete. Rather than building a new weapon from the ground up, it was decided to simply copy the M1 Garand instead. While cosmetically distinct from the Garand, the Type 4 functions as almost an exact replica of the M1 Garand.

Design of the Type 4 began in 1944, with full-scale production slated for later in 1945. However, the surrender of Japan meant production ceased without the rifle ever seeing any reported combat use, leaving much of its merits as a service rifle unknown. Approximately 250 were produced, with only about 125 actually assembled. 20 were taken by the victorious Allies for study and display, with a few turning up on the private market to this very day. Most recently, a Type 4 was sold at auction in August 2020 for $31,500 USD.


(1944 - 1945)

  • Weight: 9.13 lb (4.14 kg)
  • Length: 43.25 in (1,099 mm)
  • Cartridge: 7.7x58mm Arisaka
  • Action: Gas-operated, Rotating bolt
  • Muzzle velocity: 2,740 ft/s (840 m/s)
  • Feed system: 10-round internal box magazine loaded via two 5-round stripper clips

The Type 4 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Battlefield: 1942 Magazine incorrectly depicted as detachable 2002
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Image of rifle incorrectly used for M1 Garand in weapon page 2010
Call of Duty: WWII Incorrectly reloads with 10-round en-bloc clips, functions exactly the same as the M1 Garand; Added in Blitzkrieg update (2018) 2017
Enlisted "Type 4 rifle" with Type 30 bayonet 2021

See also

  • Beretta BM59, an Italian Garand descendant with a detachable magazine.
  • M14 Rifle, a rifle developed from the Garand in the 1950s firing 7.62 NATO from a detachable magazine.

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